Pain Management 

Client Feedback
April  2023
Backpain since the age of 10, after a car accident 
Feedback: A very unique experience. I was very surprised. When I got up the 2nd time to check, my back pain was gone. I big shock, I would recommend this!

April 2023
Focus: Whole body pain for 5 years, had to give up my job and can't get through the day.
Feedback:  Relaxing, thought provoking experience. Felt totally relaxed and pain free after. 

April 2023                                                                                                                  
Focus: Hip pain from cycling accident, knee pain for the hips over reliance on the 
Feedback: Listened too, understood and cared for.  Process explained before starting, so I felt safe and reassured. Very emotional during the session, but peaceful. Pain level 0, I have no pain.

Are you desperate to remove or reduce the pain you feel in everyday life?

Before you enquire about Chronic Pain Management Therapy you must have a medical diagnoses.
The Medical Health Practitioner has identified: 
  1. Nothing else can be done to manage your pain.
  2. You have a degenerative condition where it is likely the pain will not go away.
  3. You have suffered long enough.
The feeling of pain involves communication between your nerves, spinal cord, and brain. There are different types of pain, depending on the underlying cause.

We all feel pain in different ways, so you may find it difficult to describe the type of pain you’re feeling to others. You can also experience more than one type of pain at a time, which only adds to the difficulty.

Understanding the different types of pain can make it easier for you to talk to your doctor and describe your symptoms. Read on to learn about some of the main types of pain and how they feel.

Acute pain

Acute pain is short-term pain that comes on suddenly and has a specific cause, usually tissue injury. Generally, it lasts for fewer than six months and goes away once the underlying cause is treated.

Acute pain tends to start out sharp or intense before gradually improving.

Common causes of acute pain include:

  • broken bones
  • surgery
  • dental work
  • labour and childbirth
  • cuts
  • burns

Chronic pain

Pain that lasts for more than 12 weeks, even after the original injury has healed, is considered chronic.

Chronic pain can last for years and range from mild to severe on any given day. And it’s fairly common, affecting an estimated 50 million Trusted Source adults in the United States.

While past injuries or damage can cause chronic pain, sometimes there’s no apparent cause.

Without proper management, chronic pain can start to impact your quality of life. As a result, people living with chronic pain may develop symptoms of anxiety or depression.

Other symptoms that can accompany chronic pain include:

  • tense muscles
  • lack of energy
  • limited mobility

Some common examples of chronic pain include:

  • frequent headaches
  • nerve damage pain
  • low back pain
  • arthritis pain
  • chronic fatigue 
  • fibromyalgia pain

 Client Feedback 

Dear Shazia,

 It has taken me a few days to process what took place last Thursday but I just wanted to write to thank so much for the session. You are a wonderful therapist and I felt very safe and supported with you. You are really sensitive and a great guide.

I found the therapy session demanding but rewarding; I was exhausted at the end of it, but slept really well (the first time in ages) and woke the next day feeling remarkably refreshed and able to tackle life's daily challenges with renewed vigour.

 It was if I had been stuck in my old ways, feeling quite stressed and, with your help, I was able to let go and move forward.

 One of the exercises, in particular, really surprised me. I had no idea how invasive negative thoughts can be and how quickly and effectively you turned that around. The result is that I now feel in a much better position to manage my chronic health condition.

 Thank you so much,


What is the structure of the session?

I talk you through the process below, listening to key information and helping you to identify the change that needs to take place in order for the signal of pain to be reduced or removed.  This therapy works by harnessing your  internal resources to delete old, outdated, and unnecessary  pain, inflammation and tension signals. You might need 1 - 3 sessions to reduce or remove the pain depending on the outcomes.

Process to identify pain
  • Finding the story that triggered the pain.
  • Working with the unconscious mind to evaluate the need of the pain in your life today.  How is it impacting on your daily life style?
  • #Brain bargaining - making life style changes 
  • Guided pain  change session.
  • Reviewing how you are now feeling.
  • Check in review - 5 minutes phone call a week later. 

Need help? How the process works.

Please contact me through the link below. I will send you a Client Form (CF)
I will call you to discuss the CF. 
We will arrange an appointment that is convenient for you.
The cost of the pain management appointment is £150.
A deposit is required before the appointment please.
 The appointment will take up to an hour and a half face to face or via an online platform.
We will arrange a client after care phone call. 

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