Pain Management using Hypnosis Certification Webinar
This webinar was given by Ron Eslinger just before the 2014 NGH hypnotist national convention. The course was a success!
The bonus materials he mentions in the video are no longer available, but for a limited time if you sign up you will get a free pain management eBook by Ron Eslinger and a couple of great videos on using hypnosis for pain management in your inbox over the next few days.
MISSION To encourage and promote excellence in the use of hypnosis and other complementary medicines by qualified individuals; to advance scientific research, education and standards of practice in hypnosis, and to advise others about the value, application and ethical use of complementary therapies.
VISION As a recognized leader in Complementary Medicine, we are our community’s first choice.
GUIDING PRINCIPLES We affirm the following principles as guiding our organization:
Hold our professional conduct to the highest standards of honor and commitment.
Recognize the worth of individuals by earning trust and treating each person with honesty, dignity, and courtesy while respecting their privacy.
Dedicate ourselves as a learning organization by educating our clients, customers and staff in health, wellness and professionalism.
Maintain the receptive attitude through new ideas, thoughts and practices.
Promote and train others in the benefits of complementary and alternative medicine.
Healthy Visions is actually divided into three separate divisions
Our Wellness Center Division:
The Wellness Center is a bustling clinic offering:
Hypnosis for pain management
Treatment for Fibromyalgia
HypnoBirthing® and Hypnosis for childbirth
Anger management and court mandated anger management
Preparing for surgery and dental visits
We have even helped people find rings and once a car. We have helped two women who could not open their eyes. (Click here to learn more)
Our Education and Training Division:
Healthy Visions offers the only Clinical Hypnosis Certification Program that targets nurses and other health care providers. Certification is through the National Guild of Hypnotists and is accepted by the American Board of Hypnotherapy. We are proud that the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists approves our courses for Continuing Education Credits. We also offer many lecture CDs on Hypnosis and a HypnoAnesthesia for Pain Management Home Study Course on DVD. (Click here to learn more)
Our Products Division:
The Healthy Visions Wellness Center has it’s own online store to augment classes and therapeutic sessions. Choose from our Seminars and Workshops series, our Audio CD’s or take a look at our Book Nook containing the works of noted authors in the field of hypnosis like Calvin Banyon, Emile Coue’ and Dr Dwight Damon. (Click here to visit our online store)
Join Ron Eslinger on a short introduction to his successful anger management workshop.
From middle schools to corporations to jails this program has helped participants learn to control their anger.
This program will train to you teach clients or groups how to realize and control their anger using proven hypnosis techniques.
The Cycle of Anger
The Trigger Phase
The trigger phase happens when we perceive a threat or loss, and our body prepares to respond. In this phase, there is a subtle change from an individual’s normal/ adaptive state into his stressed state.
The Escalation Phase
In the escalation phase, there is the progressive appearance of the anger response. In this phase, our body prepares for a crisis after perceiving the trigger. This preparation is mostly physical, and is manifested through symptoms like rapid breathing, increased heart rate and raised blood pressure.
The Crisis Phase
As previously mentioned, the escalation phase is progressive, and it is in the crisis phase that the anger reaction reaches its peak. In the crisis phase our body is on full alert, prepared to take action in response to the trigger.
The Recovery Phase
The recovery phase happens when the anger has been spent, or at least controlled, and there is now a steady return to a person’s normal/ adaptive state. In this stage, reasoning and awareness of one’s self returns.
The Depression Phase
The depression phase marks a return to a person’s normal/ adaptive ways. Physically, this stage marks below normal vital signs, such as heart rate, so that the body can recover equilibrium.
Pain is a perception and a protective mechanism. Therefore if pain is needed to protect us then we can change our body’s physiological response to it.
What is Phantom Limb Pain?
Phantom Limp Pain (PLP) is the sensation that an amputated limb or removed organ is still attached to the body.
Up to 80% of all amputees experience Phantom Limb Pain. The symptoms of this syndrome can range from mild to severe.
How can Phantom Limb Pain be treated?
Properly using hypnosis is to deal with the cause not the symptom of phantom limb pain and proves to be one of the most successful forms of treatment for many of those who suffer from the loss of a limb.
What ever the mind has experienced it can recreate. A person who is good at creating hypnosis and we are talking between 50 to 80% of the population.
The first objective is getting rid of the fear and interrupting the fight or flight response.
Letting a person in hypnosis remember what it felt like when an arm or leg fell asleep or what numbness was like after leaving the dentist allows perceptual biological changes in the body.
I had a young client with phantom limb pain after a broadside motorcycle accident. In hypnosis we discovered that after surgery a nurse ask him what he wanted to do with his amputated leg. In anger he said “Throw it in the trash” A few days later his sister ask him what the hospital did with his leg. He said “The nurse threw it away.” The sister said “Oh No if you don’t burry the leg you will have phantom limb pain.” He did for 2 years. It has been over a year since his hypnosis and his pain has not returned.
I tell you this story to say that all patients that go for treatment are in a state of altered consciousness and there for very open to suggestion.
What is said in the holding area or even during surgery and post-op when the patient is completely sedated can make all the difference in the world in a patient’s outcome.
There are hundreds of studies that prove the value of hypnosis, but the money pales in comparison to that of pharmacology.
What can you do?
You can help relieve your patient and/or clients of Phantom Limb Pain using completely natural hypnosis and relaxation techniques.
This program has been prior approved by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists for 40CE credits; AANA Code Number 1025817; Expiration Date 7/31/2013.
Healthy Visions is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Alabama State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (ANCC). Approved for 75 CE Credits Code # 5-133-413.
Pain management can be achieved with the use of hypnosis either in conjunction with medication or as a stand alone method to relieve chronic or short term pain.
Ron Eslinger is an international instructor on hypnosis for pain management and also a practicing hypnotist at Healthy Visions Wellness center in Clinton Tennessee (about 30 minutes from Knoxville and 3 hours from Nashville)
Using Hypnoanesthesia Ron Eslinger has been able to relieve all kinds of pain from mild discomfort to severe chronic pain.
Learning methods of hypnoanesthesia can help you with your pain.
Some of the worlds top hypnotists have named Ron Eslinger as the “Captain of Pain” (management). Partially due to his service as a Capt. and CRNA in the US Navy. Mostly due to his extensive work on using hypnosis to combat all types of pain. He is known as the best of the best in using hypnosis to treat pain.
With over 30 years experience in medical settings working with patients in doctors offices, pediatric clinics, ER, operating room and even providing medical support to troops during the gulf war and more currently in his own hypnosis practice he has seen and helped with almost any kind of pain.
The Joint Commission for Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO). JCAHO set standards for the assessment of pain and states that alternative non-pharmacological methods for pain management may be used by all hospitals.
Contact Ron Eslinger today:
If you are experiencing any of these types of pain or know someone who is then contact Ron Eslinger for an appointment today. Please call 865-269-4616
This weight loss program was put together buy a professional hypnotherapist for other professionals, personal trainers, doctors, psychologists, therapists.
Have the tools and knowledge you need to run a successful weight loss program using proven hypnotherapy techniques. This program will help adjust the mind to have a great attitude towards losing weight.
Works great in conjunction with other weight loss programs (diet and exercise). But great results can be shown just using this program.
If you are a personal trainer, work at a weight loss clinic, hospital or work with diabetics looking to give your clients or patients an edge on losing weight and keeping with a program this program will help you greatly!
Also included in this program are some extremely simple methods to reduce calorie intake.
The requirements for Weight Management Certification are included with this package.
20-Credit Hour Program: Pain Management with Hypnosis
Provider Directed Independent Study (PDIS)
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS
CERTIFICATION AVAILABLE FOR HYPNOTHERAPISTS
To receive CE Credit for this workshop complete the application and review questions located on the Data CD with a score of 80% or higher.
Healthy Visions is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Alabama State nurses Association, and accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation (ANCC).
Here is a script I often use when doing the Lemon Convincer
If you don’t mind let your eyes gently close as you take in a nice abdominal breath.
Imagine or pretend that you’re at home in your kitchen.
Look around the room and pay attention to the sounds the sights and the light.
Listen for the hummm of the refrigerator…
Walk over to the refrigerator and as you do pay attention to your footsteps as you walk across the floor …you may or you may not hear your steps on the floor.
Open the door to the refrigerator… feel the cool air as it spills out onto your body.
Hear that hiss as the vacuum releases as you open the door… now today whether you normally have one or not today there’s a lemon in your refrigerator…
Look at the lemon… pay attention to its color as you reach in and take the lemon.
Notice the texture, the temperature, the size and the shape. Now take the lemon over to a place where you would normally cut up fruits or vegetables…
Take out your favorite knife… now slice the lemon… you may slice it lengthwise from end to end or down the center. If you sliced from end to end then make a second slice creating a wedge. If you sliced it down the center make another slice creating a ring and then cut the ring in half…
You may have noticed the juice as it oozes out on the cutting area … reach down and take either the wedge or the half ring and bring it up and smell the fragrance…you may notice memories being created…
Now open your mouth and take a big bite into that lemon. Feel and taste the juice as it squirts on your teeth and on your tongue… experience the increased salivation and notice the tart and tangy feeling at the corners of your jaw. Now swallow the lemon juice.
Open your eyes. What did you notice? What did you experience? What senses were stimulated?
Increased salivation was a biochemical, physiological response from a thought and every thought that you have creates some type of biochemical, physiological response in some part of your body. What the mind possesses the body expresses.
Have the client clasp both hands together, making sure the palms touch. The thumbs are crossed, and stick both index fingers up like goalpost.
Tell them to focus of the space between the fingers and focus on the space between the fingers only, as you repeat over and over your fingers are like magnets and coming together until they touch your fingers are magnets and they’re coming together until they touch.
In reality, the fingers automatically come together and you praise their success and how that simple concentration and focus allow the subconscious mind a truly believe the fingers were magnets. However, the true purpose of this experience is to see if the fingers stay apart.
If they stay apart than the client is resistant, and that needs to be explored.