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Preparing the patient for surgery
  Management of pre and postoperative pain and anxiety

Capital Care - Management of pre and post-operative pain and anxiety Geneva

At Capital Care, we understand that having surgery can be a stressful experience. That's why we've developed an innovative method to help prepare your body and mind for surgery. We think it's normal to feel anxious about the anesthetic or the surgeon's scalpel, and you shouldn't be ashamed of those feelings.


Our goal is to reduce your anxiety and help you feel more comfortable with the surgical process. We will work with you to manage your worries and emotions. Our medical team is committed to providing you with the best care possible, and we will do everything we can to make sure you feel calm and prepared before the operation.

This involves setting realistic goals and being transparent with your surgeon about your medical history and current remedies. It is also important to mentally prepare for the operation. This can be done through visualization exercises, where you imagine yourself with your body after the operation, but also by adopting a very effective psycho-emotional method, with the practitioner Didier Wehrung.


These techniques can help reduce anxiety and increase confidence. Finally, it is essential to be “patient” also after the operation. Final results will take time to appear, and it is important to take care of yourself during this time. By following these tips, you can contribute to the success of the operation.

Capital Care has developed a method to help prepare the body and mind of patients to surgery.

The techniques practiced with the intention and purpose of the well-being of the person, in the absence of diagnosis and therapeutic treatment, are in no way similar, neither in content nor in objectives, to medical practice.

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