There are many types of pain, and it turns out there are many different underlying causes for pain. Perhaps the most surprising observation that we've made in treating clients with pain for many decades is how often the problems are either directly related to trauma, or due to problems inside the person's cells, instead of due to mechanical damage as we typically assume. This is very good news for pain sufferers, as it means that many, even long term problems can often be eliminated very quickly using the sorts of techniques your therapist will be using. However, not every kind of pain can be treated in this way. Fortunately, many, perhaps even most types of pain can be eliminated with our approaches.
Here are some of the types of pain we've seen that often can be easily treated with our approach:
- Stabbing, burning, or ripping pains: These types of pains often come and go in people. If this is the case, it is quite likely that we will be able to treat this problem very quickly for most people, even if the client has had the problem for many years.
- Pain due to traumatic injuries: When a person is injured in an accident, the trauma can be locked into a person's psyche. What this causes is a constant, low level tension in the body that causes muscular contractions which in turn eventually cause pain. Fortunately, this is fairly simple to treat with modern trauma techniques.
- A pattern of repeated injuries: Some people have a pattern of hurting themselves repeatedly, especially in the same location of the body, Although there can be different causes for this issue, the cause can usually be diagnosed and healed in just a few sessions.
- Headaches/ migraines: There can be different reasons for this problem. Sometimes it is as simple as withdrawal symptoms from coffee, for example. Other times, it is due to issues inside the cells of the body. Fortunately, many of these problems can be treated efficiently and effectively.
Some of the certified Peak States therapists that specialise in treating pain include:
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1.0, Sept 1, 2012: First draft of this webpage.