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Multimodal pain therapie

in a german hospital

Multimodal pain therapy

About our work in a hospital: During 3 years, most precisely till the end of 2012, we treated chronic and acute pain patients as members of the pain therapist's team using the „multimodal pain therapy“ method in an emergency hospital in Germany’s Sauerland. Some of the patients were also treated in the field of palliative medicine. Our services in the clinic The senior chief doctor of the multimodal pain management was very pleased with our performance in the clinic.

Pain Clinic

Many patients from the fields of ​​orthopedics and psychotherapy suffering from pain of various kinds were sent by resident doctors, psychiatrists and orthopedic surgeons to treat their pain in this hospital, which was referred to in the place as the "pain clinic".

Treatment-resistant patients

During the 3-year-period we worked with patients in this hospital, we were able to help a lot of so-called "untreatable" or "treatment- resistant" patients who had not been able to register any improvement by the "standard therapies". In many cases, the patients we treated could already notice a tangible relief of their pains during the very first therapy session.

Presentation of the multimodal pain

therapy

Excerpt from the introduction of multimodal

pain therapy in the hospital and their

therapists.

Short excerpts from the presentation of the

“multimodal pain therapy” by Dr. Dragan

Jovanovic from St. George Hospital in Bad

Fredeburg.

Presentation of the way we work

Short presentation of the mode of operation

of Michael Prgomet and Rick Kujevic within

the therapists’ team of the "multimodal pain

therapy."

We worked there with a special form of medical hypnosis (non-verbal hypnosis) and special acupressure techniques in the field of pain management since 2009.

Multimodal pain therapy

The declared objective of our work was to

obtain – within minutes – tangible

improvements in chronic pain patients.

Non-verbal hypnosis

The improvements obtained by the

"relaxation/loosening of cramps" of the

medical hypnosis (here the non-verbal

hypnosis) usually last for a few hours, days or

weeks, and are a valuable experience for the

patient.  We often heard such comments from

the treated patients:

"Incredible, I can move again." "It's really still functioning; not everything is broken." “I had already resigned to having to suffer like that for the rest of my days.”, etc.

The impetus for boosting motivation

The positive “results” experienced by the patients generate a strong motivation push to work on their own problem areas and to actively take – much better and more frequently – the therapies offered on site at the hospital in both the psychic and manual areas.
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Multimodal

pain therapy

Our work in the hospital