Surgery Free Gastric Band Treatment
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Surgery free Gastric Band sensation in Spain attracting visitors from the UK and USA.
Imagine being overweight, and visiting a clinic and asked to lean back in a comfortable chair whilst being gently taken through a process, which included virtual reality, guided imagery, visualisation, hypnotherapy and other techniques, afterwards waking up fully convinced that you had just undergone a medical procedure under general anaesthetic. A dream situation for many, especially if the imagined procedure involved the fitting of a Gastric Band.
Marion Corns, pictured on the clinics web site, has been featured in various UK and USA publications, and was recently interviewed on BBC Radio; She has lost nearly 40lbs following the procedure, which involved four sessions at the clinic.
It is during the final, fourth session that you find yourself holding an actual surgical gastric band and shown just how it ‘mechanically works' before you have a go at inflating it with a syringe, just as if it had been surgically fitted. Then it is time for your Gastric mind Band to be fitted.
Detailed discussions take place about the pre-med, why and how it works and that he or she may start to feel very relaxed, drowsy, and possibly even sleepy afterwards. The level of the lighting is slowly lowered, whilst the client is introduced to the idea of lying on a trolley and undertaking that memorable journey from the hospital ward to the operating theatre. During the process the treatment room has a number of commercial fragrances automatically introduced, each a perfect match to that of a hospital ward, an operating theatre and the recovery suite.
Once at the theatre the concept of them having a general anaesthetic is discussed, it is suggested that the client will possibly feel a gentle scratch on the back of the hand when the anaesthetic is injected (all mentally of course) around this time and without the client being aware digitally produced sound effects are gently introduced to mirror those of the operating theatre.
During this part of the session the room temperature changes, ending up at 21 degrees C, with the room humidity set at exactly 50%, to match the level recommended for all modern and efficient operating theatres! As far as the Gastric mind Band client is concerned this feels very, very real, to them maybe it is! To read the full story or for additional information visit www.gmband.com alternatively you can contact the Fuengirola based clinic direct on 951 311 591.