At Blue Phoenix Wellness it’s our belief that neck pain, both chronic and acute, is best treated using an alternating combination of acupuncture and hypnotherapy.
When we talk about an attitude shift we are talking about going into our core, the unconscious, in order to modify behavior. In a way it’s not unlike any coach giving his team a pep talk, drilling his message into them until they can ‘say it in their sleep’.
I just came across several interesting articles on the melding of acupuncture and hypnosis within a single therapeutic session. One of these articles was authored by Andrew Weill. The other was by Steven Gugevich, Ph.D., who experienced this modality, which I use consistently in my own practice. That they both acknowledged the synergistic effects of these two amazing therapies only served to underline what experience tells me is true.
Neck pain, both chronic and acute, is best treated using an alternating combination of acupuncture and hypnotherapy.
People, and companies, are paying for benefits that they rarely receive. A case in point: Acupuncture. I am a provider for three major companies, and for a host of smaller ‘providers’. Which is great, because they come to me through their directories. My negative experiences in attempting to ‘collect’ my fee up and above the co-pay, has both tainted my ability to go this route, and clarified for me one thing: Insurance Companies are perpetrating a racket.