Private Session is tailored to your individual needs. After an initial assessment, treatment is offered through light, non-invasive touch in a quiet, peaceful setting, fully clothed on a treatment table or sitting in a chair.
The bioenergy treatment may also include a number of relaxation techniques to enhance relaxation such as deep breathing, guided imagery, positive visualization or meditation. The practitioner can also visit you in your hospital room before or after surgery.
ENHANCING QUALITY OF LIFE
Continued pain can interfere with every aspect of your life, including:
Sleep: pain can make it difficult for you to fall or stay asleep.
Ability to work: pain can limit your ability to function or concentrate on the job.
Mood: pain can cause depression and anxiety, especially when the pain is severe and lasts a long time.
Quality of life: pain can keep you from being able to enjoy time with loved ones or do activities that are meaningful.
Healing: pain can get in the way of healing if it keeps you from being able to rest, eat or exercise enough.
Biofield Energy Therapy is a unique mixture of complementary therapies developed to treat the patient holistically and address challenging symptoms.
BENEFITS OF BFET TREATMENT
Patients are able to relax into a comfortable setting, experience relief and often see noticeable improvement in the following:
Biofield Energy Therapy is a gentle, hands-on ,calming and natural biofield therapy developed for pain management of acute and chronic pain, complementing all standard medical care. BFET has been scientifically researched and provided in hospitals and treatment centers as a natural alternative for the ease of pain and promotion of health for stress, neck and back muscular discomfort, joints and extremities, fractures, post-surgical recovery, burn injuries and trauma, cancer treatment symptoms, and palliative care. If you are experiencing issues with pain, stress or trauma recovery, BFET may be a natural alternative for you.
"Using a painless and drug free treatment, is empowering." Terry H., Patient, MedStar Washington Hospital Center