In 1987, the American Medical Association recognized Fibromyalgia as a true physical illness and major cause of disability. Yes, we all know that this condition has been around much longer than this and in all reality there was an illness in the 1800’s called neurasthenia where people developed the symptoms of Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Since the dawn of time patients have looked to their physicians for answers and treatments to alleviate their symptoms or put this condition into remission. Instead they are told over and over again that there is no cure and are given no hope.
I had a Fibromyalgia patient come to me to complete a, ‘one week intensive’ in August, 2014. She had been surviving with the condition for 30 years of her life. She had tried most of the traditional treatments and nothing worked to alleviate the pain/discomfort that comes with this condition. For those of you that live with Fibromyalgia, you know it is very debilitating at best. It took away her ability to have the quality of life that she dreamed of, it stole from her the ability to share precious moments with her family, stopped her from enjoying shopping or having the capability to do a full shopping trip, much less enjoying a concert or any other function dealing with large groups of people, etc. When she came to me her average “Pain Level” was 9/10 and her “Sleep Quality” was 9/10 [0 being the best and 10 being the worst]. At the end of the week she rated her “Pain Level” at 0/10 and her “Sleep Quality” at 1/10 [0 being the best and 10 being the worst]. She was at a ‘0’ (zero) in all of the areas in her body from her head to her toes for the first time in 30 years. She had her life back, she had the ability to start to pick up the pieces and to do the things that she had wanted to do for so long and more!
Fibromyalgia is a medical condition known for chronic pain throughout the body, accompanied by tenderness around the joints, muscles, tendons and soft tissues. This causes those who are suffering from fibromyalgia to constantly feel tired, with aching bodies and sore areas that become more painful from contact. This condition can lead to a whole host of physical ailments that can make it difficult for people to go about their daily routines. The chronic aches and pains along with other complications related to Fibromyalgia result in a very debilitating condition.
Too many patients hear the words that there is no treatment that can help them, there is no cure, or there is no hope. Yes, the reality is there is no “cure” at this time, but at the same time there are treatments available that are non-invasive and drug-free that can significantly decrease pain levels and for many patients even completely alleviate their pain.
Hypnosis Combined Therapy has the ability to break the chronic pain loop using hypnosis/hypnotherapy, biofeedback, light/sound therapy, neuroplasticity training, cell memory and etc. This is the protocol that was utilized with the Fibromyalgia patient that I referred to above. Today, she is enjoying a new life, pain free. She is a whole new person! She is spending quality time with her family, going to family functions, traveling, going to concerts, shopping with ease and has the energy to complete her tasks without thinking about it.
“I went through a week of treatment with Traci in August, 2014, after being close to disabled for many
years. The treatment worked wonders, partly because of the nature of the treatment, but also because of Traci’s customizing each client’s treatment to their own interests and goals. Now, I’m fully functional and making up for the years’ worth of that I’ve missed…” Colleen G.
Here is a link to an audio file of when Colleen called into a radio show that my husband was hosting:
If you or a loved one is living with Fibromyalgia or another chronic pain condition please take a moment to visit our website or contact us for additional information. This is not a one off success story. We are seeing these types of results on a weekly basis with Fibromyalgia patients, CRPS/RSD, chronic migraines, PTSD, and other debilitating chronic pain conditions.
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