Pain management with hypnotherapy and OldPain2Go®

Pain management using hypnotherapy can help you effectively manage and control pain. If the pain is still serving a function, hypnotherapy and OldPain2Go® can help you reduce it to a more manageable level. If the pain is old chronic pain, and no longer benefits you in any way, hypnotherapy and OldPain2Go® can sometimes help you remove it altogether.

Why do we have pain?

Pain is a message, a call to action. All pain is real, even though often it isn’t made where it appears to be from. Pain is manufactured in the brain and sent to the affected area to get you to take action. It is a carefully calculated message, and the brain will adjust the volume to increase the pain message to be relevant to the degree of damage. The right pain message will get you to take the right action so that healing can start, and after an appropriate time the pain should go - even before you are fully healed. New pain is a good idea! If we didn’t have the ability to feel pain, we would cause terrible injuries to ourselves and be unaware of escalating damage.

Why has my pain stuck?

Pain can remain long after it is no benefit. If you have been in pain for longer than 3 months, it 's likely to be of no use to you - in fact your Doctor is likely to have suggested or prescribed pain killing medication. Old, chronic, persistent pain is your own internal defence mechanism deciding that it is still beneficial. It will have a sound, logical reason for doing so, even though this may not be obvious. It's my job to find that reason, and persuade it that it is doing more harm than good. While you hold on to pain, it may stop you noticing new pain at a lower level than your current pain. As we don’t numb the area, it is always safer to remove the old pain than it is to stay in it.

How does OldPain2Go® pain management work?

OldPain2Go® method of pain management is a talking therapy that simply helps you to challenge the aspect of your mind in charge of pain messages. We check if that original calculation for the level of pain is still appropriate, which is unlikely after diagnosis and treatment has been completed. This negotiation typically results in dramatically lower pain levels, or total removal of your old, out-of-date, unnecessary pain messages. Whether you leave with a reduced level of pain, or totally pain-free, is not down to me: it's whatever level of pain your body believes to be safest for you in that moment.

OldPain2Go is based on sound logic. It uses the latest in understanding of the mind/body connection and the fact that neural connections in the brain are the same for physical and emotional pain.

What does the OldPain2Go pain management session involve?

Pain is complex and doesn’t just relate to cell damage. We work together to help you find the reason as to why the pain has lingered on when it really should have gone by now.

OldPain2go method of pain management is a non-medical intervention that simply involves a discussion between us. No trance, no medication, no exercises, no physical manipulation, no follow-on purchases. Just a deep discussion with you and the part of you that controls pain messages.

The OldPain2Go® website provides a lot more information: a Q&A page, a page about Fibromyalgia, ME and CFS, a page with well over a hundred clients giving feedback of their experience in video reviews - everything you might want to know before contacting me. I suggest that you go to the OldPain2Go website and have a good look around until you feel comfortable to call about it. Click here to visit the OldPain2Go® website

Fees

An OldPain2Go pain management session costs £120. It typically takes only one session to find out what result you may be able to achieve. The session length can vary in time, depending on the complexities or simplicity of why the pain has remained. The fee includes a follow-up session 2 weeks later.

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Is OldPain2Go® pain management method for you?

For OldPain2Go® to have the best chance of working for you:

  • you must have been diagnosed by a medical professional, and they have prescribed or suggested pain control.
  • you must WANT to be pain free and have no advantage in keeping the pain.
  • you must be willing to stick to the aftercare advice.
  • you need to be willing to cease doing the thing that causes the problem.