Donna Moore Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy

Private practice conveniently located in Ormskirk covering Southport, Formby, Maghull, Skelmersdale, Wigan and Liverpool.
Mobile: 07765 258527

Pain Management

Pain Management Hypnotherapy SouthportAlthough pain is something we all experience at some stage in our lives, it can vary greatly from a minor experience to a complete loss of independence. How we respond to the discomfort of pain can be managed by using a combination of hypnotherapy and EFT. These therapies have been well proven and documented to be an effective tool in the management of pain and pain perception. People suffering from acute or chronic pain can experience substantial relief.

A key element of feeling pain is how the mind reacts to it. Psychological factors play a major role in the way you will tolerate, describe and cope with pain. It can often lead to anxiety and the two may become inseparable. Hypnotherapy and EFT cannot remove the injury or an actual cause of physical pain, but they can affect how the mind perceives it by alleviating the associated feeling of pain and reducing any attached anxiety.

Hypnotherapy and EFT can be used successfully in the treatment of all kinds of painful conditions, including headaches, back ache, injuries, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and many other conditions. As pain can be both debilitating and energy sapping, it's highly likely that you have become angry or frustrated with your body or at whatever has caused your pain. This is a natural reaction to pain but, unfortunately, feeling this way doesn't help matters as the anger and frustration we turn against our body does have the ability to make matters worse. However, there is hope and using a combination of therapies, I can help you to tap into your natural internal pain relieving mechanisms to help you to manage and control your pain effectively and to also help speed up the healing process.

It is important, however, to recognise that pain is a warning signal. It is the body's way of communicating that something has changed. Therefore, if you are suffering from pain, you should discuss your symptoms with your G.P. first so that a full medical assessment can be made. Do not self diagnose.

Once you have received a full medical assessment, if you would like further information and a free friendly and confidential mini consultation with no obligation, please call me on 07765 258527. If I am with a client, please leave a message and I will be happy to return your call as soon as I can.