British surgeons should hypnotise patients for some operations says academic

As part of our ongoing PR campaign there is a fantastic article in the Telegraph.

“Professor David Spiegel, of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences at Stanford University, wants the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) to sanction sweeping changes.

He will tell the Royal Society of Medicine on Monday that Nice should add hypnotherapy to its list of approved therapeutic techniques for the treatment of conditions ranging from allergies and high blood pressure to the pain associated with cancer treatment and bone marrow transplantation.”

We were asked for our comments on this story and we were given a lot of great coverage. See the link below read the full article.

This article nearly doubled the hits our website received compared to a usual Sunday.

The NCH gives you more.

Hopefully I will see some of you at the Hypnotherapy Extravaganza in a couple of weeks

Paul Howard
Marketing Director

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