Hypnotherapy has proven successful for
Cancer : most people who develop cancer will experience pain at some point. This may be due to the tumours themselves, or the cancer treatment.
Cluster headaches and migraines
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS): this condition typically develops after an injury has been sustained. The pain following the injury is ongoing and tends to be disproportionate to the original injury.
Multiple sclerosis (MS)
Sciatica and back pain
This is a non-exhaustive list.
Stress and pain are intimately related. Pain causes stress and stress worsens pain. Psychological therapies - including hypnosis, meditation, and relaxation - can help break the cycle.
Research has shown medical hypnosis to be helpful for acute and chronic pain.
In 1996, a panel of the National Institutes of Health (USA) found hypnosis to be effective in easing cancer pain.
More recent studies have demonstrated its effectiveness for pain related to burns, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, reduction of anxiety associated with surgery and many other fields...
Studies show that more than 75% of people with arthritis and related diseases experience significant pain relief using hypnosis.
Four main strategies are used in deep hypnotic pain control:
At HypnoPowered, we not only combine these strategies within the session to achieve the most effective results, but we also use the R2C (regress to cause) technique to find and clear the core issues which created this challenge.
When the root causes are identified and erased from your cellular memory, new synopsis can be created and the reduction of pain can be felt immediately.
We approach pain management from two angles:
First: we use advanced hypnotherapy techniques to change your perception of pain. Even if you have been suffering from chronic pain for some time, you will be amazed at how effective hypnosis can be.
Second: you are taught self hypnosis so that you can continue to manage your own comfort. Self Hypnosis can be easily taught in a session or two. It is a valuable life skill that you can use in many ways in addition to pain control.
Please note that pain is a signal that something needs attention. It is vital that you have a full medical assessment if you are in any kind of pain before seeking our assistance.