Pain Management

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Subconscious Therapeutic Elimination of Pain Signals and Symptoms

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S.T.E.P.S. is an amazing therapy that can eliminate pain very quickly.  This process works directly with the unconscious mind but doesn’t even need a trance state.  Your unconscious mind is exceptionally powerful and can change the pain signals that you’ve been receiving. 

It is very useful for old pain which is no longer serving a purpose.  Sometimes our bodies get locked into pain by continuing to pulse pain signals that are no longer required.  

This process will address that part of the mind which is working on old, outdated patterns so that the unnecessary pain can be released.  

These techniques are so successful I also give a guarantee.  

Don’t pay a single penny unless your pain has either been significantly reduced reduced or completely eliminated during our S.T.E.P.S. session.

Traditional Hypnotherapy for Pain Relief

We can also work in a more traditional way.

Hypnotherapy for pain management has long been regarded as a very effective treatment.  As far back as the 1800s, Scottish surgeon, James Braid, was using hypnosis during procedures to help people with pain management whilst working in India.  He enjoyed a great deal of success  and gained a reputation for painless surgery.  In those early days the process was referred to as mesmerism and was quite different to how we work today.  In fact, pain was one of the very first useful applications for hypnosis.  

Sometimes our pain is there for a reason and the best we can hope to do is manage it.  If the unlikely even that the fast pain relief method has not worked for you then this option is an alternative.

A course of hypnotherapy sessions can help to trigger the relaxation response so that our bodies can produce more endorphins and other good chemicals.  Endorphins are our body’s natural painkillers, working by blocking the pain receptors in the brain. 

We are all aware of times when the pain doesn’t feel as bad – perhaps when we are distracted or having a good time doing something else.  This, in itself, shows how pain doesn’t have to be present and ongoing all the time.

Hypnosis for pain relief can help people manage their own condition in a way that gives them responsibility without relying on painkillers. NICE (the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) reports that long term use of painkillers can actually make headaches worse.  Prolonged Paracetamol usage has also been indicated to increase the risk of heart attack, kidney failure and strokes.    

I can also work using S.T.E.P.S. – a fast pain eliminating protocol that can wipe out pain so quickly it can leave people feeling amazed!  Scroll down to find out more about this type of therapy.

Pain can feel different for everyone

How does hypnosis work for pain?

Pain is a very subjective experience – we have so many words to describe our painful experiences:  

  • Nagging
  • Burning 
  • Hot
  • Sharp
  • Intense
  • Niggling
  • Constant
  • Searing
  • Sore
  • Prickling
  • Agonising
  • Swollen
  • Heavy
  • Pulsing
  • Aching
  • Tender
  • Pressing
  • Shooting
  • Dull
  • Intermittent
  • Throbbing
  • Itchy
  • Superficial
  • Prickly
  • Annoying
  • Spasm
  • Acute
  • Drilling

I don’t know if you’ve ever wondered why we can’t feel other people’s pain… we can gain an understanding by some of the descriptive words listed on this page, but we can’t really know what someone else is going through.  

The fact is that some people can easily dismiss intense pain of a very serious nature, whilst others feel agony if they stub a toe.  My migraine may be entirely different to somebody else’s but we still use the word “migraine” to describe the experience.

It is known that if we are feeling stressed, upset or are anticipating pain then those sensations will be more pronounced.  Muscles will tense in readiness for the future pain and this will make things worse.  

Signals are transmitted through the nervous system to the brain, where they can be processed.  We might imagine how an electrical current runs through the wiring of a house from switch to socket.  

Hypnosis can change the way we modulate our pain, in the same way adding a dimmer switch can change the lighting in a room.  





If you are experiencing pain, it is important that you visit your GP in the first instance to rule out any problems that may require medical attention.

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