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Cellular Release Therapy

Hello. I have severe Thoracic back pain that hasn't responded to injections, surgery, medication, eastern style treatments, etc. Now I hear about Cellular Release Therapy for chronic pain and am skeptical, but (like all of us) will try just about anything to get relief. Has any tried this/have a comments, please? Thank you!


  • From what I just read, it is a hypnotherapy based on the idea that hypnosis is going to allow you to release previous trauma and unhappiness and this is going to bring about a feeling of wellness.
    I believe that hypnotherapy can work in some situations, such as smoking cessation, and weight loss, possibly help us change how we percieve and cope with pain a bit, but I am really unsure about how hypnosis is going to relieve you of pain.....or change your medical condition. I don't doubt that it might be helpful in aiding you in coping with it , just as Rikki, and massage can change our sense of well being for a time, but I suspect that it will cost a lot of money, and you will see very little in the way of long term improvement......
    Why not try meditation or yoga instead? Both require focus and concentration and you may find that both offer you more in terms of more options for coping with the pain.
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