Regardless of the cause, pain management is essential to your well-being and recovery. Pain may decrease your desire and ability to walk or move your arms and actively participate in physical therapy.
Research shows that hypnosis works as part of a treatment program for a number of psychological and medical conditions, with pain relief being one of the most researched areas.
Hypnosisis a leading multidisciplinary pain management facility. It offers state-of-the-art pain relief treatment and education to patients with acute and chronic pain from any of a variety of sources.
Our staff has decades of experience in treating injuries and providing neck and back pain relief.
Conditions Treated by Hypnosis include:
Arthritis and painful joint syndromes
Headaches/Accident related injury
Back, neck, head, and facial (dental) pain
Carpal tunnel syndrome/Cancer pain
Chronic abdominal and pelvic pain
Diabetes pain/Foot, leg, and hand pain/Fibromyalgia
Hypnosis is not used to convince you that you have no pain. It is intended to assist you in managing the feelings of fear and anxiety you experience when you feel that pain. Hypnosis helps to relax and calm your nervous system so that you don't notice the pain as much.
If you’re looking for a gentle way to reduce the pain that comes along with chronic conditions like rheumatoid arthritis (RA) or osteoarthritis (OA), hypnosis may just do the trick. Studies show that over 75 percent of people with arthritis and related diseases experience significant pain relief using hypnosis.
Many hypnotherapists will also include self-hypnosis as part of your treatment plan, meaning that they will teach you to practice techniques so that once your sessions have come to an end you will be able to continue using the skills you have learned in your daily life.
While under hypnosis, the client will be in a relaxed state and experience a decreased amount of pain.
The hypnotherapist will install a suggestion – such as: seeing a certain color, humming, or putting their index finger and thumb together – that the client may use to return to the experience of relaxation and peace.