As well as offering a comprehensive chiropractic treatment, Cornwall Chiropractic Clinic also offers complementary therapies which focus on overall health and well-being. These treatments can work alongside chiropractic or completely separately.
Hypnotherapy is a wonderful way to deal with stress, fears, phobias and addictions. A safe and effective therapy, hypnotherapy brings about a deep state of relaxation, which we all need from time-to-time. In a nutshell, hypnotherapy can ease any problem you’re finding it hard to handle on your own.
A course of treatments can help you clear your mind and learn to relax, enhancing your life and assisting you in making life changes.
The Story of Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy has been used for healing by ancient cultures and civilisations for over 6,000 years.
Documents from the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Indians, Chinese, Persians and Sumerians show extensive studies in hypnosis, altered states of consciousness and parapsychology. Hypnosis was considered as a cure for many physical and emotional ailments and disorders.
Benefits of massage
- Relieves stress, insomnia, tense muscles and back pain, as well as improving circulation, digestion and the immune system. Also helps to eliminate toxins and tone the skin
- Regular massages can improve overall health, and prevent illness
- Massage is a good way to combat stress, and ease anxiety
- Full body massage
- Back, neck, shoulders, and head massage
- Aromatherapy massage
- Indian head massage
- Hot stone massage
Other treatments also available
Counselling and Psychotherapy
Counselling usually focuses more immediate, present difficulties that can be resolved relatively quickly. It is generally a shorter term treatment.
Psychotherapy on the other hand tends to take longer and gives you more time to consider your past history and explore it in more depth. It will help you to address places where you are getting stuck in old patterns that are impacting your current wellbeing.
Sometimes couples can get into habits of how they behave towards each other. This can lead to tension and sometimes difficulties that feel unresolvable. A therapist can help you recognise these patterns and support you to communicate with each other. This can lead to a happier relationship where you both feel heard, respected and valued.
EMDR (Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing)
Although not strictly speaking a talking therapy, I will take a detailed trauma history before using this technique. EMDR is a NICE recommended treatment for trauma’s and phobias. It is as effective as cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) for PTSD and is believed to help you to move stuck trauma memories into the part of your brain that can process them.