Hypnosis may accelerate recovery from serious injuries and surgeries. A Harvard Medical School study showed that the fractured bones of patients who received regular hypnotherapy were fusing at an advanced rate -- 6 weeks after the break, their bones appeared to have been healing for 8-1/2 weeks. A separate Harvard study also found that the incision wounds of women who were hypnotized before and after breast-reduction surgery healed more quickly. The hypnotized women also had less pain.
OUR BODY AND MIND IS ONE
- Name:Seth-Deborah Roth
- Certified Medical Hypnotherapist, Master NLP Practitioner, Faculty Member National Guild of Hypnosis, Instructor of Medical Hypnosis at The Hypnotherapy Center, Results Coach, Advanced Reiki, Memeber of the Order of Braid of National Guild of Hypnotists
Seth-Deborah has an extensive medical background being a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist and Registered Nurse. She found hypnosis to be an effective way to communicate with the mind/body connection and an effective compliment to clinical medicine. She has appeared on the Discovery Channel's "MythBusters" segment on hypnosis. She teaches the medical applications of hypnosis.She is a member of the National Board of Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists
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