Science is teaching us now, that physical and emotional pains stimulate the same part of the sensory motor cortex of the brain. This means that when we feel stressed, it can stimulate a pain pathway that already exists due to an existing or old injury. It becomes such an easy pathway to trigger that only a small amount of physical movement is required to cause that pain again and believe it or not, even stressful thoughts can trigger the same pathway and cause pain.
Essentially any stress you feel can trigger a ‘fight or flight’ response and this can occur without you even noticing it. This response can continue for years. The only thing you are aware of is the current level of pain and because of what you believe or understand, you think that the pain has an entirely physical cause. Once you understand that stress is a driver for the ongoing pain and that your body is merely in a protective state running an overprotective programme, then with OldPain2Go® you can target that programme as a way of helping yourself let go of the pain.
A specific technique that is used within the approach unlocks the mechanism behind releasing the pain and allows the body to totally relax. It does not take long and once completed the signs and symptoms are reassessed.
An OldPain2Go® initial Assessment lasts about an hour and includes treatment, which is a simple process where you will be in total control. No hypnosis is required, just a logical explanation for the basis for the pain and how it no longer serves you a purpose.
You do not need to believe in the technique, but you have to want to let go of your pain.
I trained as an OldPain2Go® practitioner with Drew Coverdale, a Specialist Physiotherapist at Norton Physiotherapy.
If you would like a chat please call or email me for more information. You will be so glad you took that next step.
The OldPain2Go® treatment approach is currently carried out via Zoom.
The session typically lasts about 1 hour and includes:
Follow up - usually a week later
Watch the short video below:
Source: Norton Physiotherapy: