September 13

Hospitals Turning To Hypnosis To Help Patients


Major surgeries can leave patients feeling continuously anxious. Hypnosis is being employed to address a variety of hospital-related fears and anxieties including a fear of needles, doctors, anaesthetic, MRI scans and pain management.

Hypnotherapist and motivational coach Carol Barwick wants to offer patients alternatives to traditional treatments, such as sedatives, to help them deal with medical-related fears and phobias.

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