Even after nearly three decades I still get excited when I see a patient walk into my office with pain and discomfort and leave with a smile. The feeling, that I made a difference in that person’s life is priceless.

Ani Papazyan

Pain Resolution Specialist - Nutritionist

- Lifestyle Educator - Best Selling Author

Ani Papazyan is a highly experienced Pain Resolution Specialist, Nutritionist, and Lifestyle Educator with close to three decades of expertise in the field. Holding a Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology, and as a former professional athlete, Ani has dedicated her life to empowering individuals to take control of their health and well-being.

As a certified medical massage therapist and practitioner in advanced translational nutrigenetics and nutrigenomics, Ani founded Last Stop 4 Pain, a leading provider of personalized pain relief solutions that focus on nutrition and self-help techniques. Her unique approach is based on the belief that everyone's genetic makeup is unique, and that a personalized approach is necessary to achieve optimal results.

Fun Fact

I had the incredible honor of being Janet Jackson's  massage therapist during her iconic "Velvet Rope" World Tour in 1998-1999. It was a life-changing experience that deepened my expertise and fueled my commitment to delivering exceptional care.

Janet Jackson Tour

RISE - Reveal. Inspire. Support. Empower.

My mission is to reveal the path to pain-free living, inspire individuals to take charge of their health, provide support, and empower them with the tools for lasting transformation.

Recently, I had the privilege of being featured in an insightful article

With nearly three decades of specialized training in advanced pain relief techniques inspired her to create the Precision Pain Resolution Method, which she uses to empower people to live pain-free lives and achieve their health goals, no matter the challenges they face.

Ani has worked with clients from all walks of life, including professional athletes and dancers, to help them recover from injuries, surgery, ailments, and the stress of daily life. Her years of experience and dedication to her craft have made her a highly sought-after expert in the field of pain relief and wellness.

Ani works with clients from all corners of the world, bringing a global perspective to her work and enabling her to help individuals from diverse backgrounds achieve their health goals.

In 1998-1999, Ani was chosen to be Janet Jackson's massage therapist for the duration of the "Velvet Rope" World Tour. Her founding of Last Stop 4 Pain has been instrumental in creating a better experience of pain relief and advocating for the use of comprehensive techniques to achieve wellness and optimize life. Ani continues to be the most highly rated pain resolution specialist in Los Angeles.

Thomas Edison

The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest her or his patients in the care of the human frame, in a proper diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease.

Case of the month award

The 2007 Golden Lion recipient

Outstanding volunteerism as a Chamber of Commerce member

A patient story

Meredith was referred to my office for treatment due to her inability to fully open her mouth for two years. After countless attempts for treatment without any success, she reached out to me as a last attempt, feeling hopeless and doubted she will ever have a fully functional mouth.

About halfway through our session, she started crying, because for the first time in a long time she was able to fully open her mouth. She is now a loyal patient and I’m happy to say that I never had to address her jaw again after that first session.

Veronica was referred to my clinic six weeks after her mastectomy surgery. She’d lost her balance, couldn’t walk a straight line or drive. Initially, she was sent to physical therapy but wasn’t able to do the suggested exercises because she felt dizzy. Her neighbor drove her to my clinic, after her first 45-minute session she regained 50% of her balance, and 2 days later she regained the rest of it. This case was published in the January 2013 issue of Science of Massage Magazine after being voted as “case of the month” by her peers.