There are no pills to treat your PTSD, but you may be able to learn how to get on the right side of a therapist.
The article in the September edition of The Guardian features a discussion of how physiotherapy can help treat PTSD and the article itself contains the following quotes:”Physiotherapy can be a powerful tool for dealing with the traumas of childhood trauma.
It can also be a good option for people with a chronic medical condition or people suffering from PTSD.””
The biggest benefit of physiotherapy is that it can make people feel better in a very short space of time.
In my experience, there is a significant increase in mood and self-esteem within a few days.””
You need to get a therapist to go to the point where you are comfortable with them as a therapist and to understand how they can help you to feel better.””
People who have a lot of PTSD may not be able or comfortable being in physical environments.
Physiotherapy is a great way to change that.””
One of the most important things you can do is not make a big deal out of what you’re feeling or thinking.”
You can find out more about physiotherapy at the NHS and NHS Choices website.