pain management

Swift Hypnosis - Pain Management

Hypnosis can be defined as "induction" followed by suggestion or multiple suggestions, there really is nothing to fear or worry over about hypnosis, you will have a pleasant experience followed by results

Pain relief (incl Chronic) management through hypnosis uses several techniques:

  • Direct Hypnosis - bypassing critical factor and using power of the mind to relieve - trance inducement
  • CBT - Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - no trance state required
  • Combination of Both -
  • Old Pain removal - memory based pain (expected or prolonged)


It is Steven’s mission to take this methodology world wide so that no-one, where-ever they live, needs to continue suffering


About Pain - process Usually pain is just a temporary thing. We hurt ourselves, it’s painful, we get appropriate medical attention, it gets better and the pain goes. In the case of long term pain, something causes that initial pain message to stick around, still treating you as though there is a need to keep you informed that you have a problem.



Whilst we all have different thoughts and feeling stored, we all process those thoughts in predictable ways. This Methodology of working with the unconscious aspects of the brain respects the client’s thought processes and doesn’t need a trance to work effectively. It is readily acceptable to you with no fear of external control issues. OldPain2Go™ is you, working on you, under guidance of a practitioner.

Your practitioner will help you discover the possible reasons the pain has continued long beyond it being helpful and then will ask your brain to safely eliminate the pain.

Eliminating pain messages

OldPain2Go™ works on eliminating Old Pain Messages that are no longer appropriate, this includes; arthritis, surgical, accident damage, ongoing degenerative disorders, pains in the back, leg, hip, arm, wrist, hands, ankles, feet, sciatica, migraines, headaches, neck shoulders, IBS, Crohns, Fibromyalgia, ME, CFS, trapped nerves, scars etc. Depending on the practitioners experience and training in other modalities, it may also cover a massive range of emotionally based issues and thought processes, including phobias, anxiety issues, allergies, over reactions, under reactions etc. Please discuss with your local practitioner to see how they may help you.

Clinical and experimental research indicates that hypnosis is very useful for severe and persistent pain relief. Pain relief via hypnosis/CBT is becoming more prevalent as people now are realising the conditions brought about by opioid/chemical/drug use to combat pain.

While drugs can be a short term solution to relieve pain, it is not advisable to keep taking drugs long term in order to stay on top of it, to that end other sources should be looked for at your earliest convenience, this is where Hypnosis and Complimentary therapies come in.

For more information on studies and articles regarding the viability of pain relief - click here


Types of Pain:

  • Chronic = Persistent (greater than 6 months old)
  • Acute Pain = Short term for longer periods
  • Breakthrough Pain = Often appears between scheduled pain killers
  • Bone Pain = Happens when infection or cancers affect bone

When we feel pain, such as when we touch a hot stove, sensory receptors in our skin send a message via nerve fibres (A-delta fibres and C fibres) to the spinal cord and brainstem and then onto the brain where the sensation of pain is registered, the information is processed and the pain is perceived.

This is where Hypnosis and CBT therapies step in and do their work - the processing of pain within the brain system.

Frequently Asked Questions

Pain, can you see an end to it, i can help!

If you’re picturing a stage act led by a man with a swinging watch who gets volunteers to walk like a chicken or bark like a dog, forget that.


Clinical hypnosis is a real therapy in which you learn how to use the power of your mind to help make positive changes. And you’re in control.

During hypnosis, you’ll focus on relaxation and letting go of distracting thoughts. You may become more open to specific suggestions and goals, such as lowering pain.

After your session, your therapist will go over the things that you can do to help you reach those goals. Research shows that medical hypnosis can help with both sudden (acute) and long-term (chronic) pain from cancer, burns, and rheumatoid arthritis. It may also ease the anxiety some people feel before surgery.

When researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York analyzed 18 studies, they found moderate to large pain-relieving effects from hypnosis, supporting its use for pain management.For more information or if you are still unsure if hypnosis can help you, read this study, or why not get in touch

"Tracy is available to help you with your pain needs, contact us to see what we can do for you, hypnosis works - let it work for you"

Pain relief Techniques
  • Foursquare breathing. Breathe deeply, so that your abdomen expands and contracts like a balloon with each breath. ...
  • Guided imagery. Breathe slowly and deeply. ...
  • Self-talk. Change how you think about your pain and yourself. ...
  • Hypnosis. ...
  • Mindfulness meditation.
Body reacts to stress

This is a natural necessary process, You can actually feel your body's response when you're faced with a sudden, stressful event, such as fearing that a car is about to hit you. The car misses you and, in time, your system returns to normal. You relax.
fight or flight response causes this - Tracy will teach you how to deal better with the causes

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Relaxation helps

Relaxation Techniques for Natural Pain Relief

Relaxation exercises calm your mind, reduce stress hormones in your blood, relax your muscles, and elevate your sense of well-being. Using them regularly can lead to long-term changes in your body to counteract the harmful effects of stress. Learn how, contact Tracy today - dont suffer further

Not to be ignored

Do not ignore the following:

  • Chest pains
  • Weak tired arms or legs
  • Tenderness in the back of lower legs
  • Excessive Headache/Migraine pain
  • Pain the persists longer than 6 months (Chronic)