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Pain Mangement Trigeminal Neuralgia

Chronic Pain Story

“It saved my life,” he said. I knew I had to help more of the general public and professionals know about hypnosis for pain management.

He was now pain-free. He said he doesn’t even really remember the pain. Not remember the pain? I remembered it. I remember watching him lose more than 35 pounds in a month. I remember him being in so much pain that he couldn’t eat dinner. I remember making him shakes that he barely could choke down. I remember him not being able to talk from the intense pain.

I also remembered the over medication and the side effects. I recall staying home with him and not wanting him to go to work because he was acting so strangely. He was shaky, looked frail and unstable. He had hives and a cough. I remember fighting with the neurologist who was on vacation and couldn’t be bothered to call us back and just gave him more medication. That doctor actually refused to see my husband because of a review I left online. But the medication he was on had to be monitored by a doctor! What do you do with that?

I recalled the sinus operation he had that he didn’t need. I remember the pain that didn’t go away, but worsened after the operation. I remember the countless office visits that didn’t help. I remember going to the dentist, who said it was nothing and it should resolve itself.

All of this and dealing with the insurance company was so stressful!

Through all of these visits, we had to wait weeks before we could be seen by the primary care physician before we could be referred back to another specialist. Sometimes he might have a full calendar or be on vacation. And the person we were referred to often had a full calendar. There were months and months and months of visiting doctors. And testing.

And etched into my mind was the first time he winced from the pain. I know where we were and what we were doing. At the time I never could imagine what would happen.

I’m not bashing medicine or medical doctors. Quite the contrary. I have great respect for the neurosurgeon and team that helped my husband become pain free. You have to get the right diagnosis and the right doctor.

Most people and some doctors never even heard of Trigeminal Neuralgia. It was challenging to find the right doctor to help him. But we ultimately found the right medical team to resolve his medical problem.

After the overmedication fiasco, we were referred to an excellent neurologist in our local area who immediately contacted the neurosurgeon for my husband after he spoke with him the first time. He said he had a feeling that he was an excellent candidate for it and that it would resolve his problem.

In just a few days, we spoke with the neurosurgeon on a video call. He scheduled the surgery in Philadelphia for three days after the call. On Friday we went for pre surgical testing. On Monday he had the five and a half hour operation that changed his life. And mine. Some people might have been upset by the arrangements that had to be made in such a short period of time. But both of us were willing to do whatever it took to get him relief.

Upon visiting the first neurologist, we finally got a diagnosis of Trigeminal Neuralgia. But the relief didn’t come until more than six months later. Nicknamed the suicide disease, TN is no joke. Chronic pain is no joke….for those who are suffering and for the loved ones watching. I knew when we spoke about it after the fact that he was right. Hypnosis and Self-Hypnosis really did save his life.

It gave him the time and relief to find the help he needed!

This is a true story or synopsis of the impact that hypnosis and self-hypnosis had on my husband when it came to chronic pain. -Tina Pineiro

Hypnosis Pain Mangement

Pain Management

It has been proven scientifically that there is a mind/body connection. Quite often hypnosis can be helpful for pain management.

This service requires a doctor’s approval and written consent saying that there are no contraindications. Hypnosis is not used as a substitute for good medical care. It is offered as a complement to help you manage.

How Pain Management Hypnosis Helps

Hypnosis can help you to be in control of the pain. Hypnosis can help you by decreasing the stress caused by the chronic pain, helping you to decrease the pain level and have more control,

About the Mind/Body Connection

The mind/body connection is powerful. Our brain controls all of our body functions including pain. But it’s not just your imagination! Our brain sends out useful pain messages when there is a threat. If you touched something hot, your brain would send a pain message to let you know to move your hand.

Hypnosis vs. Self-Hypnosis

You can choose to work with a hypnotist or have the hypnotist teach you to use self-hypnosis. When you work with a hypnotist, especially the first time, you understand the process and can ask questions for clarification. The hypnotist is trained to guide you with their words and then give you suggestions for managing your pain and relieving your stress.

Self-hypnosis lets you be the guide. Especially when it comes to managing pain, you get better as you learn to use your mind to achieve the results you want. It is so important to learn and use this skill. You feel so empowered when you are able to control the outcome.

Pain and Stress

Chronic pain can leave people to feel vulnerable and desperate. As they seek answers, each time they fail to find relief, their feelings of helplessness, stress and worry grow alongside the pain.

pain management hypnosis

If you are experiencing chronic pain and you haven’t gotten any relief, you can learn self-hypnosis and decrease your stress levels related to your pain. We can show you how during your appointment and you can have a proven strategy for pain.

Our Pain Management Hypnosis appointments require your doctor’s approval. In order for us to schedule your appointment, you will need a note indicating that there are no contraindications.

Call (570) 352 3048 for information or to schedule your hypnosis appointment.

Pain Mangement Trigeminal Neuralgia

Trigeminal Neuralgia

Most people have never even heard of Trigeminal Neuralgia. I have because my husband literally suffered with it. It took quite a while and quite a few doctor visits to get the diagnosis. Even when we did, the first neurologist we saw really wasn’t helpful in treating him or getting him the additional help he needed.

Hypnosis & TN

If it were not for hypnosis, I don’t know exactly where he would be today. I wish I could say it was an exaggeration. The intense pain, the low or no quality of life, the constant doctor scheduling and visits (and waiting in between), multiple prescriptions and changes in medication and ultimately being unable to eat….hypnosis is the only thing that regularly brought him some relief. With a level ten (10) pain, he could usually get it down low to a 2. Sometimes it was even a zero. We are so grateful he understood the role hypnosis and self-hypnosis could play in his pain management.

Today after an operation to correct his problem, he is pain free. He says he no longer remembers the pain. Here’s the best part. He made it through the hard part and got to the relief! You can too! You can use hypnosis and self-hypnosis to find some relief until you are able to resolve the medical issue!

Call (570) 352 3048. We get it!

Loved Ones of TN Sufferers

There are a range of emotions that come with being the supportive person or persons of someone diagnosed with Trigeminal Neuralgia. In addition to watching him or her suffer and not being able to help, you have added responsibilities. I know you want to support your loved one. Of course, the first thing is getting them the right medical care. But in between that, I suggest you learn self-hypnosis with your loved one. It will be good for you and it will be good to help them calm and learn to less the stress associated with this pain.

For those who are called to become practitioners, I offer Hypnosis training.


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