Use hypnosis in your medical profession to augment the patient's preoperative and postoperative experience. This workshop gives you all the tools needed to be comfortable in preparing a patient or client for surgery. Decrease pain and recovery time naturally,
YOU WILL LOVE THIS WORKSHOP PRESENTATION!
This is a workshop that gives you all the tools needed to be comfortable in preparing a client for surgery.
CD # 1 Preparing Patients for Surgery with Hypnosis Part 1
CD # 2 Preparing Patients for Surgery with Hypnosis Part 2
CD # 3 Syllabus, PowerPoint presentation and other Data CD
DVD Actual Session of Preparing a Client for Surgery
Blue Shield of California has a new tactic to ease surgery:
My Generation, an AARP Publication November-December 2002 Health Tips, Page 14 Find your Happy Place, Pre-Op
Blue Shield of California has a new tactic to ease surgery: The insurer sends members a 20-minute guided-imagery tape or CD. Patients listen to it several times before surgery. A soothing voice instructs them to visualize an operating room complete with a team of competent surgeons and a cheering section of their family and friends.
Next it guides them into a recovery room where they calmly awaken as their body continues to heal. It sounds a little strange, but studies have shown that patients who listen to the tapes experience less anxiety before surgery, and less blood loss and pain after surgery. They even need less medical care and medication (saving the insurer $2000 of expenses per patient).
Blue Shield also offers guided-imagery material to members with persistent conditions, such as heart disease, asthma and chronic pain.
Check with your insurance company to see if it offers a similar benefit.
RI.1.2 Section of the JCAHO Standards calls for patients to be involved in all aspects of their care and requires that they be provided with a statement of their rights. They are given information about pain and pain relief measures that are available to include a special emphasis on non-pharmacological methods of pain management. Because of these standards many hospitals, such as Columbia, Harvard, and Yale, along with freestanding pain management centers provide complementary care as a part of their pain management programs. Hypnosis, Acupuncture, Massage, and Biofeedback are the standards for these clinics. However, hypnosis, as evidenced by its multi-century history, is one of the first and most enduring modalities in the management of organic pain problems.
In proper perspective, hypnosis may not only relieve pain, but may also help to maintain the dignity and the well being of the patient without dependence on large quantities of medication.
Hypnosis is evidenced based. Hypnosis works!