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Wednesday
May062015

Relaxation Technique Reduces Anxiety Before Surgery

 

 

Join the many who have used a meditation technique that helped them REDUCE ANXIETY, use less pain medication and recover quicker after a surgery or medical procedure. 

The mind/body technique used by Harvard Medical hospitals is available to learn by phone with a certified facilitator. Studies show it is helpful for anxiety, worry, depression, chronic pain, headaches and migraines. 

Linda Chollar is a trained and certified facilitator of this 5-step technique. Utilizing guided relaxation for each person’s specific situation, listening to a guided meditation tape before, during and after a medical procedure and harnessing the proven power of intention and love of family and friends is the core of the program. Chollar persponalizes the Prep For Surgery technique with a live guided relaxation meditation by phone and provides an mp3 of the session for continued benefit which includes the positive end results each person desires.

Watch this 2-minute film clip
that aired on ABC-TV, interviewing Peggy Huddleston, author of the book, Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster:  
People have successfully used this program for procedures ranging from dental work, knee replacement surgery, mitral valve repair, colonoscopy, biopsies, breast surgery as well as for reducing depression, anxiety and headaches. 
 
Linda Chollar, Certified Wellness Coach, Clinical Hypnotherapist and Pain Management Specialist is fully trained and Certified to teach Peggy Huddleston’s mind/body technique. It is helpful for anxiety, chronic pain, headaches, migraines and preparing for any medical procedure or surgery. Sessions are available by phone or in person if you live in the Los Angeles area.
 
Contact Linda at 310-318-3353 or linda@lindachollar.com . For more details on the one hour session by phone to prepare for a medical procedure by reducing anxiety and stress visit www.PrepForSurgery.com 

 

 

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