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Pain Relief-Chronic Medical Conditions

Living with chronic pain and/or chronic medical conditions can be unbearable. It can impact every aspect of your daily life, limit your activities, and restrict your freedom to enjoy life. At Integrity Coaching & Training Systems, you can find the relief you have desperately been looking for.

 

You can:

  • Change your response to and experience of pain
  • Resolve any past issues that may be related to the pain
  • Learn mindfulness and improve coping skills
  • Feel better mentally, emotionally and physically
  • Improve your health and wellbeing

 

Pain and the brain

 

There is a mental component to pain. You’ve undoubtedly heard stories of heroic soldiers who have rescued others, sometimes demonstrating superhuman strength in spite of being seriously injured themselves. Or maybe you have unknowingly gotten a cut or bruise while working outside all day and then later in the evening, once you see it, all of sudden you feel pain.

What this says is that when we focus on something other than the pain of that bruise or cut, like clearing land for a garden or planting plants etc, our perception of that pain can be reduced, eliminated or nonexistent. And, you probably wouldn’t even notice the pain of that bruise or cut if you just learned you won millions in the lottery.

On the other hand, we can feel that pain more intensely if we focus directly on it.  Without anything to distract us, or change our focus, that pain can become excruciatingly unbearable and all we can think about. This means we have some control over the experience of pain, which is very good to know. And we can learn to switch that pain on or off.

 

“Hypnosis is the epitome of mind body medicine. It can enable the mind to tell the body how to react and modify the messages that the body sends to the mind.” – New York Times

 

Relief for Pain With Hypnosis

 

Hypnosis has been successfully used to relieve pain since the 1800’s when surgeons like John Elliotson, performed major operations using hypnosis in London. In 1846, Scottish doctor James Esdaile performed over 300 major operations and amputations using hypnosis. This reduced post operation mortality significantly.

Hypnosis has successfully been demonstrated to effectively relieve pain related to burns, cancer, rheumatoid arthritis, child birth, dental surgery and reduction of anxiety associated with surgery and it’s been used to ease cancer pain.

If you’ve been suffering from chronic pain for quite awhile, this can sound incredible and unbelievable. But it really is possible. Studies published in the American Psychological Association (APA), by psychologists Guy Montgomery, PhD, Katherine DuHamel, PhD, and William Redd, PhD, with participants displaying different types of pain, demonstrated that they obtained substantial pain relief from hypnotic techniques.

In other studies, pain patients experienced pain relief when they were told they had been given morphine, and instead were given a placebo. This is further evidence of the impact our beliefs have with the experience of pain, and the power of our thoughts.

Using hypnosis, NLP and other energy psychology modalities, Integrity Coaching & Training Systems can help you to conquer that pain. You can learn to reduce tension, stress and change the pain sensation completely to something more tolerable. You can learn to reduce and eliminate fear associated with pain, create a state of calm, comfort and ease you can access at will. And you can boost your wellbeing, learn to feel hopeful, positive, motivated and confident in your life.

 

Purpose of Pain and Caution

 

Please note pain has a crucial and important role. It lets us know something is wrong and perhaps needs to be tended to. It is critical that you have consulted with a medical professional before seeking hypnotherapy for pain relief with Integrity Coaching & Training Systems. Integrity Coaching & Training Systems does not provide medical services.

 

Disclaimer: All information contained in Integrity Coaching & Training Systems website is for your information only. The information should not be used as medical advice or as a substitute for professional medical or psychiatric advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Hypnotherapy is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment. Instead, the intention of these services is to support and complement conventional medicine. Always seek the advice of your medical practitioner with questions you may have regarding a medical or psychiatric condition.

Endorsements and Recognition of Hypnosis by Medical and Psychological Associations:

1955 – The British Medical Association became the first professional organization to endorse the medical use of hypnosis.

1958 – The Canadian Medical Association endorses hypnosis.

1958 – The Canadian Psychological Association endorses hypnosis.

1958 – The American Medical Association states, “the use of hypnosis has a recognized place in the medical armamentarium, and is a useful technique in the treatment of certain illnesses. In addition fundamental advances in neuroscience and brain function in health and illness are made possible by utilizing medical hypnosis in the laboratory.”

1960 – The American Psychological Association endorses hypnosis.

1961 – American Psychiatric Association endorses hypnosis as a therapeutic procedure.

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Disclaimer-Please Note:
While hypnosis has many beneficial effects, hypnosis is not a substitute for appropriate medical attention.  Statements and services offered are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or illness.  Hypnosis is designed to act as an adjunct to more traditional therapies or as part of a holistic approach to self-improvement and good health.  Hypnotists and hypnotherapists are not medical doctors nor are they licensed mental health practitioners and as such do not diagnose or treat any physical or mental disorders. Any individual with a medical or psychological problem should first consult a qualified health care provider for diagnosis and professional advice. Hypnosis should only be practiced by those who have been appropriately trained, who practice appropriately, and within the scope of their training.