Hypnosis – Clinical & Research
Clinical Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy Research
“…between 60 to 90% of all the population’s visits to doctor’s offices are stress-related and probably cannot be detected, much less treated effectively.” – Dr. Benson
The following medical research articles represent a very small segment of healthcare research and medical headlines involving clinical hypnosis and hypnotherapy.
Hypnosis for Pain
Hypnosis for Pain Using Hypnosis with Children for Pain Management. Self-hypnosis for patients with cystic fibrosis. Adjunctive non-pharmacological analgesia for invasive medical procedures: a randomised trial. Adolescents with cancer. Hypnosis for the reduction of the acute pain and anxiety associated with medical procedures. A multidisciplinary approach to nonpharmacologic pain management. Hypnosis for the control of HIV/AIDS-related pain. A meta-analysis of hypnotically induced analgesia: how effective is hypnosis?
Hypnosis & Cancer
Hypnosis & Cancer Using hypnosis with children for pain management. Adolescents with cancer. Hypnosis for the reduction of the acute pain and anxiety associated with medical procedures. Behavioral intervention for cancer treatment side effects. Clinical hypnosis versus cognitive behavioral training for pain management with pediatric cancer patients undergoing bone marrow aspirations. The use of hypnosis with cancer patients. A meta-analysis of hypnotically induced analgesia: how effective is hypnosis?
Hypnosis & Childbirth
Hypnosis & Childbirth Complementary and alternative therapies for pain management in labour. Self-hypnosis: alternative anesthesia for childbirth.
Improved obstetric outcomes using hypnotic analgesia and skill mastery combined with