Looking for Relief From Your Pain? Longing for deeply satisfying long-term comfort?
The greatest evil is physical pain. - Saint Augustine
Here and now, you will find hypnosis an effective method to ease your discomfort! You may be referred to your physician to qualify that your pain is not caused by a medical problem if you have not already been to one. Michelle will be very happy to work with your doctor to find a positive solution for you. If you have been told nothing more can be done, hypnosis has been proven to be effective in easing and controlling pain.
As a person that has successfully dealt with many years of chronic physical discomfort, Michelle knows all too well the difference between the lower quality of life pain causes and the satisfactory relief hypnosis provides. We will work together to find a way to bring you relief.
Michelle has successfully worked with many different clients in the area of pain control since 2007. She was the first hypnotherapist/hypnotist in San Diego to specialize in the area of medical hypnosis and specifically pain control. She continuously trains in advanced techniques to achieve the highest good for her clients.
The pain control process is a step-by-step process to eliminate the faulty signal and most likely will take more than one session to achieve optimum relief and address every associated issue. Normally relief at some level is achieved immediately. The client is taught versatile tools to use for a lifetime of comfort. Michelle does everything possible, and pulls out every tool in her toolkit, to successfully alleviate your discomfort.
Hypnotherapy for the Management of Chronic Pain
This article reviews controlled prospective trials of hypnosis for the treatment of chronic pain. Thirteen studies, excluding studies of headaches, were identified that compared outcomes from hypnosis for the treatment of chronic pain to either baseline data or a control condition. The findings indicate that hypnosis interventions consistently produce significant decreases in pain associated with a variety of chronic-pain problems. Also, hypnosis was generally found to be more effective than non-hypnotic interventions such as attention, physical therapy, and education. Most of the hypnosis interventions for chronic pain include instructions in self-hypnosis.
International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 2007