Rigorous Integrative Health Practice Research
A team of eight researchers working on this study that shows that SET resulted in statistically significant, clinically meaningful, and long-lasting pain remission and interference compared to the OT-TENS and AE-BRT. These results suggest that BRS modification was the primary mechanism of improvement. Replication with larger samples and extension to other chronic pain conditions appears to be warranted.
This paper by Dr. CJ Rhoads explores a comprehensive list of pain management therapies and ranks them based on a variety of factors, most especially economic factors. While only preliminary, the result shows that healthcare economics values would dictate use of low-cost, high-effectiveness therapies before high-cost therapies. This paper was presented at the International Congress for Integrative Medicine and Health in Baltimore MD on May 5, 2018,
This poster session and workshop by Dr. CJ Rhoads introduces a mnemonic qigong that outlines the pain mechanism within the body, and the pain relieving steps that allow qigong practitioners to lower their pain levels. This poster session and workshop was presented at the International Congress for Integrative Medicine and Health in Baltimore MD on May 6, 2018,
Penelope Klein, George Picard, Joseph Baumgarden, and Roger Schneider Qigong on Cancer Care: International Expert Panel Consensus Guidelines for Structure and Delivery of Qigong Exercise for Cancer Care ProgrammingClick here to read or download the journal article on the Movement, Energetic, and Physical Analysis of 3 Qigong Exercises.
Penelope Klein, George Picard, Roger Schneider, and Byeongsang Oh. Qigong on Cancer Care: International Expert Panel Consensus Guidelines for Structure and Delivery of Qigong Exercise for Cancer Care ProgrammingClick here to read or download the journal article on Guideline for Qigong Exercise in Cancer Care.
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This article is published on open source, and can be found on the original journal's website (The Journal for Pain and Relief ) here: https://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/mechanism-of-pain-relief-through-tai-chi-and-qigong-2167-0846.1000115.php?aid=12373