Manage Your Pain
Do you suffer from chronic pain through a debilitating condition? Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Spondylitis are just a few conditions that are long term and can result in chronic aches and pains. You may be taking large amounts of pain killers just to get some relief….EVERY DAY! Sadly at present such conditions have no cure just medication prescribed by your Dr. It is important to follow a programme of medication to help your condition, however reducing your intake of painkillers could be way forward too. How would you like to manage your pain and reduce your pain killing medication? At Total Image Clinic in Keyworth we are really encouraging positive health through education and a healthy life balance. If you really want to improve your health and happiness;
Please read on.
Body Correction Balance and Restore
An initial consultation and assessment of your condition is carried out followed by a body posture and alignment check. A personalised and bespoke treatment is chosen to help to start to enable you to strengthen your muscles and posture. This is a gentle but positive process to encourage your muscle memory to restart. For the sufferer this may seem inconceivable and understandably so. Unfortunately long term pain can cause the individual to literally shrink down and in turn the muscles are used less and less. If you really want to try to find a way to take charge of your pain factor you really can. This methodology is using only holistic and natural techniques. Of course there are no magic cures just a desire to take charge and be prepared to regularly practice gentle movement techniques at home. A course of treatments may be needed before some balance is restored. You should feel some benefit from the first visit and will be offered other self-help advice depending on your particular situation.
This can help anyone presenting with joint, muscular pain or stiffness.
Massage is primarily the application of a treatment targeted to the specific problem.
What it’s good for: Back pain, osteoarthritis, tension headaches, fibromyalgia, neck pain, and surgery-related discomfort.
What the experts say: “Massage therapy has been shown to boost levels of endorphins and serotonin—the body’s natural painkillers and mood regulators—and to reduce stress hormone levels,”
Hypnosis and Guided Imagery
What it’s good for: Lower-back pain and possibly fibromyalgia
Hypnotherapy is now among the recommended treatments for lower back pain. Here’s how it works: “Hypnotherapy is used to induce a state of consciousness marked by deep relaxation yet increased intensity of awareness,” “It is often likened to daydreaming.” You are then guided by a qualified therapist to focus on the idea of promoting healing and relieving pain.
“Another method, guided imagery, which is a controlled form of deep relaxation. During a typical session, you are guided to concentrate on images held in the mind’s eye that can create positive physiological changes in the body, including the relief of pain.
Our holistic menu includes:
This treatment is non-invasive and is performed on the feet. It is usually a very relaxing treatment that manipulated points on the soles of the feet to help restore balance within the mind body and spirit. I have had many successful sessions with clients reporting a significant change in their health, it also helps to reduce pain. It is normal to book a course of 6 treatments at weekly intervals for the best outcome. Although one treatment can also benefit you.
Aromatherapy, Indian Head Massage, Acupressure Massage, Trigger Point Therapy and Reiki Healing are also very beneficial and are available to you.
You as an individual may be offered one or a combination of therapies to target your particular problem. The best results are achieved with you being fully committed to your health. The cost will average between £30 and £40.00 per session. A short term investment for your long term health and happiness.
We at Total Image Clinic in Keyworth are looking forward to helping you.
For more details please call us on 01159 373999 or totalimageclinic.co.uk