A Nurse Hypnotherapist and Chronic Back Pain Sufferer to Be Interviewed on the Holistic Health Show

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On Saturday, Dr Carl O Helvie, Host of the Holistic Health Show will interview Seth-Deborah Roth (left) and Karen Hummel, (right).

Seth-Deborah is a certified instructor and faculty member of the National Guild of Hypnosis and a Nurse Anesthetist. She is a member of the National Board of Certified Clinical Hypnotherapists, the International Hypnosis Federation, the American Board of Hypnosis, the International Medical and Dental Hypnosis Association, Imagery International and the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists.
She is an instructor of medical hypnosis at the Hypnotherapy Center in Oakland, California and received the 2005 “Award of Excellence” in the category of Health Care from the International Hypnosis Federation. She has been featured on the discovery Channel’s “Myth Busters” segment on hypnosis.
She has also presented to the National Guild of Hypnosis, the International Medical and Dental Hypnosis Association, the International Hypnosis Federation, the American Board of Hypnosis, the Institute for the Advanced Studies of Health World Conference, and the Dermatology Nurses Association on the many uses of hypnosis in the area of health. She lectures at hospitals on medical hypnosis including St Rose Hospital, Seton Hospital, and the Bay Area Cancer Forum at Sutter Hospital. Seth-Deborah teaches a teleseminar course on Medical Hypnotherapy Certification and often speaks on the San Francisco radio station KEST “Seeing Beyond” with Bonnie Colleen. She also writes a blog called “Hypnotic Health” at www.hypnotichealth.blogdpot.com

Karen Hummel is a wellness coach whose passion is helping others with pain. She holds a masters degree in Health Service Management and a baccalaureate degree in Nutrition and Exercise Physiology. Karen is a Certified Personal Trainer with eighteen years of training experience and has served as a Wellness Director for several large corporations.

In 1998, after years of perseverance to reach her own fitness goal she was seriously injured in an automobile accident and told prior to surgery that she would almost certainly be a paraplegic. Karen refused to believe this and after three surgeries her surgeon told her that had it not been for the muscles she had developed from years of exercise she would not have walked away.
Several years later after excruciating pain, doctor’s visits, and medical tests, a piece of hardware from her original surgery was found to be piercing the spinal canal. This had caused tremendous nerve pain throughout her spine and eventually the loss of feeling in her right leg. Another surgery was scheduled but the chronic pain continued. One year later, testing found that a second device in her back had broken and the area had not healed properly., Karen had her last back surgery to correct the problem in 2006.
Karen has made tremendous improvements since her last surgery and is happy to be back at the gym, but still lives with chronic pain daily. She is in the process of writing a book about her experiences and hopes it will be an inspiration to others battling pain. More information is available at: http://www.karenhummel.com

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