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Chronic Pain Relief

The interaction of our thoughts with the physical well-being is of huge interest today and is gaining the attention of academics around the world. There is now a wealth of scientific data showing that one can influence the other, and even more evidence proving that certain emotional states can lead to chronic illness and pain.


The Pain Paradigm is a very easy to learn technique that can provide pain relief. There are two main categories of pain for which this technique works best. Firstly,  the type of pain that, according to your doctor, should have healed by now and is confounding you and the medical experts as to why it is taking so much longer than expected. The second type of pain is that that is always there, niggling you, this could be, for example, back or neck pain. These types of pain may be the ones that we try to live with, but that can stop you doing certain activities.

Until relatively recently, pain relief has been almost exclusively  focussed on drugs, which is incredibly costly and can cause problems with side effects and addiction. Use of the Pain Paradigm can complement current professional advice from doctors and physiotherapists. It is a stunning technique that utilises the psychological component of pain and allows the mind to free itself from neurological blocks that have prevented the natural healing process. In so doing, it can alleviate the symptoms.

If you’d like to know more and whether the Pain Paradigm is suitable for you as a complementary healing process, please complete the form below.

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As with all complementary healing, please be aware that we do not cure or heal. We work towards relieving the symptomology through the use of the mind-body connection, which itself does the healing.

If you are interested to know more about the mind-body connection and the placebo and nocebo effects, take a look at Dr Bruce Lipton’s site https://www.brucelipton.com or Dr Lissa Rankin’s site https://lissarankin.com. If you are interested in learning more about the techniques that can alleviate symptoms of dis-ease, why not enrol for out master’s programme? Click here for more information