Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster Training
Sept. 24-25, 2022, Saturday & Sunday
Nov. 19-20, 2022, Saturday & Sunday
Hours are noon-5pm, ET on Saturday. Sunday is noon-6pm, ET.
Trainings offered by computer using Zoom.
Training is $585. Please pay using this link to my website.
Let me know if you’d like to talk about my upcoming Training.
My email is Peggy.Huddleston@gmail.com.
My phone is 781-864-2668.
If you would like to be notified of future trainings, please send me an email.
Nurses receive 15 CEUs. Approved by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
“I recommend this program to all who require surgery and want to recover faster.”
— Andrew T. Weil, MD
Author, Spontaneous Healing Director, Program in Integrative Medicine College of Medicine, University of Arizona
Peggy Huddleston will show you how to give a one-hour workshop using mind-body techniques for people facing surgery. The training is based on her book, Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster: A Guide of Mind-Body Techniques and its companion Relaxation CD or MP3.
Research shows that Huddleston’s method of preparing for surgery helps people significantly reduce anxiety, use 23-50% less pain medication and heal faster.
You will learn to use mind-body techniques to give four one-hour workshops:
- Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster Workshop
- Reduce Anxiety, Headaches and Insomnia Workshop
- Lessen the Side-Effects of Chemotherapy Workshop
- How to Reduce Pain and Speed Healing Workshop
You also learn how to implement in a hospital setting and in a private practice Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster Workshops.
Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster Workshops are recommended in hospitals across the US including, Brigham and Women’s Hospital which is a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital, NYU Langone Medical Center in New York and Kaiser Permanente Santa Clara Medical Center in Santa Clara, California.
A controlled study at the Lahey Clinic in Burlington, MA with 56 patients having colorectal surgery showed patients had significantly less anxiety before surgery, left the hospital 1.6 days sooner than the controls. By day two at home, they used 60% less pain medication.