Tired of living your life in constant pain?Sick of worrying about leaving the house because you might get an “attack” at the most inconvenient moment? Living with IBS can be difficult, particularly for those patients who have severe cases, or those who don’t respond well to medication.
If your gastroenterologist has diagnosed you with IBS, you’ve probably discussed and tried a number oftreatment options.
One option that has been highly effective in treating IBS for many years is clinical hypnosis.You wouldn’t usually think of hypnosis to treat a medical problem, but it does. How exactly does it work? Many medical professionals believe IBS is a “miscommunication” between your brain and your intestinal tract. That miscommunication leads to your digestive system misfiring, causing cramping, gas,bloating, diarrhea, and constipation. (If you've been diagnosed with IBS, you’re already quite familiar with thesesymptoms.)
If your IBS is actually caused by a problem in the signals your brain is sending to your gut, the effective treatment is to correct those signals. That’s where clinical hypnosis comes in.
Hypnosis works with your sub-conscious to fix the faulty communication. It’s like a “reset” button, restoring yourgastrointestinal system toa smooth, pain-free, normal functioning. I began treating patients with IBS in 2004. When I started, I did extensive research into the most effective treatment methods available. What I learned convinced me that that treatment protocol devised by Dr. Palsson at the University of North Carolina Medical Center was the most effective approach. I am now one of a select group of hypnotherapists certified to use this protocol.
The Palsson Protocol has been rigorously tested and shown to be highly effective at reducing IBS symptoms for 80% of the patients treated. Even better, many patients report that they are still pain free 2 years later!
IBS treatment consists of eight sessions conducted over three months. The fee for the complete protocol is $2,000.
Want to learn if clinical hypnosis might be the right approach to treat your IBS? Schedule a complimentary 15-minute consultation today.
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