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One technique that utilizes neuroplasticity to reprocess pain is called “SynapGen Pain Neural Reprocessing Pathway.” , a treatment developed by myself Dr Terry.This approach involves actively engaging with the pain experience and retraining the brain to perceive pain differently. The SynapGen Pain Neural Reprocessing Pathway begins by encouraging individuals to become aware of their pain sensations without judgment or resistance. This involves acknowledging the pain and observing its qualities, such as its location, intensity, and any associated sensations. By bringing mindful attention to the pain, individuals can start to develop a different relationship with it. Once individuals have established this awareness, they can begin to explore the underlying emotions and thoughts associated with the pain. Often, chronic pain is accompanied by fear, frustration, or negative beliefs about the body’s ability to heal. By identifying and challenging these emotions and thoughts, individuals can start to reframe their pain experience. During the reprocessing phase, individuals are encouraged to engage in activities that promote neuroplasticity and create new neural pathways. This can include physical exercises, such as gentle stretching or low-impact movements, that help the brain and body develop new patterns of movement and reduce pain. Cognitive exercises, such as journaling or guided imagery, can also be beneficial. These exercises help individuals reframe their thoughts and beliefs about pain, replacing negative or catastrophic thinking with more positive and empowering perspectives. Additionally, mindfulness practices play a crucial role in the SynapGen Pain Neural Reprocessing Pathway. By cultivating a non-judgmental and accepting attitude towards pain, individuals can reduce the emotional suffering associated with it. Mindfulness meditation, deep breathing exercises, and body scans can all help individuals develop a greater sense of calm and resilience in the face of pain. It’s important to note that the SynapGen Pain Neural Reprocessing Pathway is a process that takes time and patience. Consistent practice and a multidisciplinary approach to pain management are key to achieving long-lasting results.
Dr. Terry McIvor is the founder of the International Guild of Hypnotherapy,NLP and 3 Principles Practitioners and Trainers. (IGH3P)
IGH3P is a professional development body which develops the skills of coaches, Hypnotherapist and NLPers.
He is an educationalist of over 20 years experience and has been accredited as a STEM and Science expert at level 6 and 7 by the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation (OFQUAL) in the U.K.
Dr. Terry is also an NLP trainer, Master Hypnotist, a qualified Hypnotherapist and 3 Principles Coach.
He is trainer for most of the leading hypnosis professional bodies in the U.S including IACT, ICBCH,IMDHA, and the Elman Institute,
Connect with her through the social media:
Twitter/X – @IGH3P_
Facebook – www.facebook.com/TerryIGH3P
YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/@IGH3P
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