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Since 1999, Dr. Lazarus has been practicing medical hypnosis to address issues not effectively treated by traditional medicine. Although he treats patients of all ages, Dr. Lazarus is one of only 8 pediatricians in the U.S. who is certified by The American Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
I find my greatest enjoyment in guiding people to a sense of self-reliance, allowing them to confidently manage their health issues and increase comfort.”
— Jeff Lazarus, MD, FAAP
Hypnosis is an effective therapy technique that uses the power of the patient’s mind to treat, manage, and cure various conditions.
There are no prescriptions, no side effects, and practicing these techniques allows patients to regain control over their minds and bodies.
For patients suffering from tics or tourette syndrome, the key is to identify and control the premonitory urge before a tic occurs. Patients receiving medical hypnosis often find themselves able to control their tics at their first visit.
For children and adolescents with IBS, hypnotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) provide greater short-term & long-term relief when compared with medical therapy.
We created an online IBS treatment program just for you! Check it out here →
Hypnotherapy and CBT help students, athletes, musicians, dancers, actors, and public speakers achieve their “zone of optimal performance” by controlling their anxiety and increasing their self-confidence.
Bedwetting is a common pediatric issue that can have significant impact on a child or adolescent’s life. Motivated patients (without other underlying conditions) typically see improvement after only 2 to 3 visits.
We created a medically proven online bedwetting treatment program just for you! Check it out here →
Self-hypnosis has been shown to be effective in both the treatment and prevention of headaches. Studies have shown repeatedly that the use of self-hypnosis decreases the frequency, duration, and intensity of migraines and other types of headaches.