Clinical Hypnotherapy for Pain Management
Chronic pain is a pain that persists longer than the natural course of healing associated with a particular type of damage or disease. Chronic pain, therefore, is no longer a symptom, but becomes a real disease that requires a specific pain therapy.
The most common types of pain are back pain, arthritis and recurring headaches, post herpetic neuralgia (shingles) in addition to widespread muscle pain (fibromyalgia).
Pain can result from a number of factors. In some cases it is caused by an illness or a trauma and may persist due to stress, emotional problems, incorrect care or hypersensitivity. Sometimes it may occur without any known cause.
Neuroscience research has shown that the perception of pain is regulated by networks whose nodes reside on the cerebral cortex, which changes continually through the experience.
Hypnotherapy induces change in the pain receptors to manage chronic pain and it has proven highly effective in many cases of chronic pain, profound and debilitating, including post herpetic neuralgia, headache, fibromyalgia.