It's not in your head, ...well, actually it is. But the pain you're feeling, is real.
Typically we feel chronic pain (whether it feels achy, throbbing, burning, shooting, stiff, stinging, etc.) after our body seems to be healed, but the pain still persists, continually or occasionally. Today's new scientific imaging scans allow us to see that sometimes our nerve signals keep firing, telling our brain that we're hurt, even after we have healed. Our brain is just trying to protect us. It wants to make sure that we know we're hurt so we can let it heal and not further injure our self, so it sends us the feeling of pain. Kind of like the brain's way of hitting us over the head with a 2 by 4 to get us to not use that part of our body until we fully heal. But often, our body is not injured, it is fine. It's just the nerve signals that are confused.
We teach you pain relief tips & techniques that science has proven work for most people, most of the time.
We work in a complementary role with physicians. It's extremely important you see a medical doctor first for persistent pain. Pain is our body's way of telling us something is wrong, something needs to be healed or fixed.
But, as we mentioned earlier, sometimes our body's nerve signals continue to fire, telling our brain that something is wrong, even after it has healed or after a medical doctor has ruled out any legitimate reason for the pain.
So, this is where we can help. Collectively, our Team Members have helped, literally thousands of clients, learn how to "turn off" those errant pain signals and allow our clients to return to truly living a pain-free life once again.
Medical doctors do an amazing job at so many things, but unfortunately, pain management is typically not one of them. And it's really not their fault. Your local vet spent five times as many education hours in vet school compared to the number of hours students spend focused on pain management in medical schools. A 2011 study in The Journal of Pain found that U.S. medical schools allot a median of 9 teaching hours on pain and its management, in the U.S., that's approximately 0.3% of the total curriculum hours, not 3%, but 0.3%.
Meanwhile, pharmaceutical companies make about $2,000,000,000 ($2 billion) in general payments to 618,000 U.S. physicians each year. These payments cover promotional speaking, consulting, meals, travel, gifts and royalties, but not research. (Dollars for Docs project allows you to search by physician name .)
With this lack of education on pain management in medical schools, combined with the large amounts of money pouring in to many physicians from big pharmaceutical companies, it's easy to surmise that it may be more likely for some doctors to just prescribe a pill for pain, even when there are better ways to "turn off" or control it. And with the proven methods that we use, their only side effects are that they'll leave you feeling relaxed, in control and much, much happier.
Next comes enhanced imagery, & this is where the real magic begins.
After you've learned the most effective paint relief tips and techniques, we begin an enhanced imagery session. We lead you into an extremely relaxed state, slowing down your brain frequencies, thereby creating a more open, focused and favorable neurological climate to accept the positive suggestions you desire.
In this state we’re able to help you feel more comfortable, sharpen your intuitive skills regarding what's really happening in your body, embed pain relief techniques into the automatic part of your mind, control stress and more! It’s quick, it’s easy, and you’ll leave feeling refreshed, reenergized, balanced and mentally stronger with a renewed sense of hope and expectation. In other words, we get you primed and ready ...for your life without chronic pain!
Our team at In The Zone Centers is here to help you every step of the way. Whether you want to start by just dipping your toes in the water at one of our mini retreats or you’re ready to jump right in at a private session, …just call, text, email, or register online. The biggest regret our clients always have is wishing they’d done this sooner!