Everyone understands the concept of pain, as we have all at some stage experienced it. Often pain is temporary, perhaps the result of an accident or illness. It hurts all the same, but there is light at the end of the tunnel and short-term responses can see us through to full recovery. However, Sometimes, pain becomes persistent, through problems that cannot be remedied completely, For example with Fibromyalgia and ME. This is known as ‘chronic pain’ and it can adversely affect every activity of daily living. I have worked in the field of pain management for over 20 years working with people who experience phantom pain or neurological pain, some of my patients reported extreme pain even though they were paralysed from the neck down. Some people experienced trauma and the body seemed to heal but the pain was still very real and present. I use a combination of techniques including hypnosis, EFT, NLP and IEMT to help you to manage and overcome pain.