Tomasz Kopec who works as a GP at The Groves Medical Centre, New Malden, Surrey has created an exercise which helps to dissolve physical pain. It is a mind exercise which is based on Open Focus theory as formulated by American scientist Dr Les Fehmi. Dr Fehmi researches electrical brain activity using biofeedback machines of his own design (please see link http://openfocus.com ).
The exercise lasts about 10 minutes. It leaves the person in a calm, relaxed state. It does not involve hypnosis or subliminal messages. It has no negative side effects and no contra-indications.
Many of my patients have already participated in the exercise with steady, good results. Pain is usually reduced for 60-70% of these patients after the first time, and in about 10% of people the pain dissolves completely. Most of the patients achieve significant pain reduction after 4-5 days of regular exercising.
These good results can be explained by a unique approach towards pain. According to Open Focus theory, pain originates in the brain and can be dissolved by restoring synchrony between particular areas of the brain. You can see a short presentation explaining the mechanism behind the exercise, and the exercise itself, on my website http://www.openfocustraining.co.uk/exercise.html