For the past 15 years I have been teaching hypnotherapy to clients for chronic pain in both my Seattle hypnosis and Bainbridge Island hypnosis offices. Typical clients have included Fibromyalgia, cancer, migraines, body aches and injuries as well as pain caused by autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis. If you are living with chronic pain give me a call or send me an email and find out how you too can learn hypnosis for pain control.
Through brain-imaging technology, researchers are finding that clinical hypnotherapy significantly and consistently decreases the experience of chronic pain. Studies indicate that 75 percent of clinical and experimental participants with different types of pain can obtain substantial pain relief through hypnotherapy.
Well-controlled experiments have proven that clinical hypnotherapy for pain, called hypno-analgesia, decreases patients’ sensitivity to pain. Hypnotherapy works by enabling patients to alter the psychological components of their experience of pain. Hypnotherapy has proven to be especially beneficial for people living with cancer, fibromyalgia, headaches, backaches, temporal mandibular disorders, and mixed chronic pain.
Hypnotherapy produces significant reductions in ratings of pain, need for sedation or analgesics, nausea and vomiting, and length of stay in hospitals. During a session, a hypnotherapist might tell an arthritis patient that he or she can turn down the experience of pain in a way similar to turning down the volume on a radio. This process returns a sense of control to the patient who might have felt out of control due to the chronic pain. Hypnotherapy generally is more effective than other pain-management interventions, such as education and physical therapy.
Today, medical professionals, hospitals and clinics are referring chronic pain patients to me and other medical hypnosis professionals throughout the world. Thanks to modern technologies like Skype, I teach hypnosis pain control to people across the U.S. and in several countries throughout the world. You really do deserve to feel perfectly well so learn hypnosis for pain management.
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