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Billy was hospitalized at 3 for correctional leg surgery, divorced parents, and grew up with his dad on a farm. He became a professional jockey at 15, #1 quarter horse jockey in the nation in 1995, retired in 1996 to become a financial advisor, developed first TMS symptoms that year. Personal divorce in 2008. Brother’s suicide, remarriage and started own business in 2009. Developed chronic back pain soon after. Lasted for 6.5 years. BS degree in Business Administration and Finance. Certified Financial Planner CFP, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA). Own’s 3 businesses. Manages $350 million for approx 320 households through his wealth services business called Peterson Wealth Services. He owns 14 horses and operates a ranch called Buck Way Ranch. He is a high school softball coach. Published a book in 2018. Wife Heather is a mind-body coach- her business is called Pain Free for Good. Billy was diagnosed with Ankylosing Spondylitis.
Heather Peterson, owner and founder of Pain Free For Good, is a Mindbody Coach and Healer who specializes in helping women overcome chronic physical and emotional pain. Heather overcame a myriad of Mindbody Syndromes including Vertigo, Chronic Fatigue, Adrenal Fatigue, Hypothyroidism, Hormone Imbalance, Female Reproductive Issues, Migraines, Back, Neck, and Shoulder Pain, and Plantar Fasciitis. She is passionate about educating others on the origin of their pain and how to overcome and claim the power that has always been within them so they too can live pain-free lives!!
Heather and her husband Billy set down roots in Morgan, Utah, with their 5 beautiful children. She enjoys filling her cup with trail running, gardening, traveling, lattes, and sitting in the sun enjoying nature.
Deena grew up in Pennsylvania USA with her parents and sister. She doesn’t have a lot of childhood memories but remembers always being told she was too sensitive, especially by her mother. Her dad was an alcoholic and her parents fought terribly for the first 4 years of her life. She was bullied a lot in school and found refuge in the art room. She went to college for two years but didn’t earn a degree. She worked in retail and has held jobs as a secretary, a volunteer at a domestic violence shelter and a dental assistant— She is now a sterile processing tech for a medical clinic. She was married and divorced twice. She has a son and two daughters, all grown. She now lives with her partner Larry in Ogden, UT.
Pain and fatigue prevented her from enjoying most things. She quit crafting and watched a lot of tv instead. She was in bed often and I couldn’t be the energetic and fun mom that she used to be. She always worked part-time as a stay at home mom, but after being fired from a call center for too many sick days, she applied for and was awarded social security disability benefits. Fibromyalgia took everything that she once was. It took her vibrancy, her energy, her social life, her mental health, and her physical abilities. However, she is doing much much better now.
Heather Peterson at Pain Free For Good! She was her mind-body coach and really helped her understand TMS and the tools to heal it.
Nowadays, we tend to prioritize our daily tasks over our own well-being, and we need to remember what kind of consequences this could have on our health.
How strong is the connection between our mental and physical health?
Let’s analyze the link between them.
In this episode, Billy, Shaun, and Cade Peterson sit down with Heather Peterson, founder of Pain Free For Good. Heather shares her personal journey and how her husband, Billy’s chronic back pain set her on the path of entrepreneurship and better health.
Do you want to know how to be Pain Free For Good?