What if you could stop the chronic pain that you’ve been told you just have to live with?
Release the long-term old pain to improve your quality of life
OldPain2Go® is a non-invasive, drug-free technique that helps you communicate with the part of your mind that controls your pain, to negotiate with it to remove the unnecessary pain messages. This is a simple intervention of helping you help yourself and any results that are possible are usually immediate, and do not require repeated sessions. With OldPain2Go®, you may be able to become free from the limitations that chronic pain has placed on your life and reclaim your ability to live without unnecessary pain.
OldPain2Go addresses the chronic pain messages that the brain generates, to create relief from old pain that no longer serves any purpose.
Together we can explore your situation to find out if this method could work for you and improve your quality of life with less pain.
OldPain2Go® is not a medical treatment or a cure for any illness or ailment, it simply helps you and your body have a reassessment of the unconscious processes involved in the need for pain and the level of it.
Providing you are of sound mind and rational – not under the influence of mind-altering drugs or alcohol, this method may well work for you – except where there is more reason to keep the pain than to lose it.
Pain is a message that once it has alerted you to the problem and you have done all you can, it is usually no longer needed – like a tooth ache that alerts you to go to the dentist. Think of a fire alarm, once the fire is out, the alarm bell gets switched off as the alarm is reset. In chronic pain, the alarm signal keeps on alerting, even if the ‘fire’ has already been dealt with. So rather than just managing the chronic pain, OldPain2Go aims to re-set the alarm so that if any new pain needs to alert you, you’ll notice the need for medical attention and the old, unnecessary pain won’t confuse the useful pain signals.
If you have suffered long enough, this is a method worth exploring.
Steven Blake, the developer of the OldPain2Go® methodology says: