Asklepios has been involved in many publications. Featured articles can be downloaded for your perusal.

The most recent research is by Dr. Penelope Klein, one of the foremost experts on Qigong in Cance Care.


 

Meditative Movement, Energetic, and Physical Analyses of Three Qigong Exercises: Unification of Eastern and Western Mechanistic Exercise Theory
 Meditative Movement, Energetic, and Physical
Analyses of Three Qigong Exercises

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 Programming

Click here to read or download the journal article on the Movement, Energetic, and Physical Analysis of 3 Qigong Exercises.

 

International Expert Panel Consensus Guidelines for Structure and Delivery of Qigong Exercise for Cancer
International Expert Panel Consensus Guidelines for
Structure and Delivery of Qigong Exercise for Cancer
Care Programming

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 Programming

Click here to read or download the journal article on Guideline for Qigong Exercise in Cancer Care.

Qigong in Cancer Care: Theory, Evidence, Practice

Qigong in Cancer Care: Theory, Evidence, and Practice. Medicines 2017,

Klein, P.J. Qigong in Cancer Care: Theory, Evidence, and Practice. Medicines 2017, 4(1), 2; doi:10.3390/medicines4010002. (available online at http://www.mdpi.com/2305-6320/4/1/2

 

 


Qigong on Cancer Care: A systematic review

Qigong on Cancer Care: A systematic review and construct analysis on effective Qigong therapy

 

 

Klein, P.J. & Rhoads, C.J. Qigong on Cancer Care: A systematic review and construct analysis on effective Qigong therapy
Click here to read or download the journal article on Qigong in Cancer Care.

 

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The mechanisms of Tai Chi and Qigong in Pain Relief

 

 

Rhoads, C.J. The Mechanism of Pain Relief through Tai Chi and Qigong

Click here to read or download the journal article on Tai Chi and Qigong in Pain Relief.

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