Hypnosis for Pain Control
Using the power of your mind, through hypnotism, to reduce chronic pain in Salem, Oregon
Pain affects hundreds of thousands of people that suffer from chronic conditions such as arthritis, diabetes, fibromyalgia and more.
This pain often causes people to become more stressed, depressed and feel out of control.
As a person that lives with arthritis, bursitis and tendinitis, I know first-hand how difficult it can be.
I was amazed at how hypnosis changed my life. Pain management, decreased stress, and the ability to make good decisions about my life habits were all helped with hypnotherapy.
In fact, all of the people that have come to me for pain control have left after the first session substantially more comfortable. Usually just 2 sessions are required to learn how to control your discomfort with self hypnosis.
If you are currently working with a physician to control your pain then I will require a written authorization from that physician before we begin working together. Your doctor will monitor your progress throughout our sessions in order to ensure that you receive optimal results.
Each person is different so every hypnotherapy session is tailored to meet your specific needs.
Skype is available for people living outside the Salem area. Call Joni directly at 503-910-7186 or email Joni@BrewerHypnosis.com.
Hypnosis and Cancer
I'm proud to provide hypnosis services to those with cancer. Initial studies have shown hypnosis to be extremely beneficial for cancer patients and loved ones who battle anxiety, difficulty sleeping, and other secondary symptoms associated with traditional cancer treatments. Aggressive cancers like mesothelioma can have harmful side effects associated with radiation and chemotherapy regimens. Hypnotherapy has been shown to demonstrate improved capacity to manage these symptoms in mesothelioma patients as well as that of other types of cancer.
To view a longer article about cancer and hypnosis please click here.
To learn more about mesothelioma cancer go to the mesothelioma website.
a. The hypnotist does not treat, prescribe for, or diagnose any condition.
b. The hypnotist is a facilitator of hypnosis and in this role does not practice any other profession that requires a license under the laws and regulations of the state of Oregon.
c. Hypnosis is not a replacement for medical treatment, psychological services, or counseling.