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The Qigong and Energy Medicine Database™ contains abstracts collected by the Qigong Institute since 1984. Use the form below to search for the abstracts you are interested in and read them or print or export them in text format for offline reading.

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Title Author Journal Date
Therapeutic Touch in Hospitals Field FD 1995 VIEW
Therapeutic Touch Inner Workbook Krieger, Dolores 1997 VIEW
Therapeutic Benefits of Qigong Exercises in Combination with Drugs Sancier KM J Altern Complement Med 1999 VIEW
Healing of Hearts Ornish Dean 1998 VIEW
Reversing Heart Disease Ornish, Dean 1990 VIEW
Miracle Healing from China: Qigong McGee, Charles T//Chow, Effie 1994 VIEW
The Way of Qigong: the Art and Science of Chinese Energy Healing Cohen Kenneth 1997 VIEW
Effects of external qigong on symptoms of arteriosclerotic obstruction in the lower extremities evaluated by modern medical technology Agish T Artif Organs 1998 VIEW
A pilot study of cognitive behavioral therapy in fibromyalgia Singh BB//Berman BM//Hadhazy VA//Creamer P Altern Ther Health Med 1998 VIEW
Somatic dysfunction and the phenomenon of visceral disease simulation: a probable explanation for the apparent effectiveness of somatic therapy in patients presumed to be suffering from true visceral disease Nansel D//Szlazak M J Manipulative Physiol Ther 1995 VIEW
Cultural formulation of psychiatric diagnosis. Case no. 03. Psychosis following Qi-gong in a Chinese immigrant. Lim RF//Lin KM Cult Med Psychiatry 1996 VIEW
Application of intensified (+) Qi Gong energy, (-) electrical field, (S) magnetic field, electrical pulses (1-2 pulses/sec), strong Shiatsu massage or acupuncture on the accurate organ representation areas of the hands to improve circulation and enhance drug uptake in pathological organs: clinical applications with special emphasis on the 'Chlamydia-(Lyme)-uric acid syndrome' and 'Chlamydia-(cytomegalovirus)-uric acid syndrome' Omura Y//Beckman SL Acupunct Electrotherapeutics Res, Intl J 1995 VIEW
Systematic reviews of complementary therapies - an annotated bibliography. Part 1: Acupuncture Klaus Linde 1, 2//Andrew Vickers 3//Maria Hondras 4 //Gerben ter Riet 5, 6//// BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2001 VIEW
Cultures in psychiatric nosology: the CCMD-2-R and international classification of mental disorders Lee S Cult Med Psychiatry 1996 VIEW
Water: Universal Agent of Healing: It's Structure as the key Roy Rustum Whole Person Health Summit, 2nd Qigong Summit 2005 VIEW
Qigong and L-1 straining maneuver oxygen system requirements with and without positive pressure breathing. Ryu H//Lee HS//Shin YS//Chung SM//Lee MS//Kim HM//Chung HT Aviat Space Environ Med 1994 VIEW
Observation of electroencephalogram spectrum changes over one year of Qigong training Ryu H//Lee HS//Shin YS//Chung SM//Lee MS//Kim HM//Chung HT Chung Kuo Chung Hsi I Chieh Ho Tsa Chih 1994 VIEW
Comparisons of pain relief mechanisms between needling to the muscle, static magnetic field, external qigong and needling to the acupuncture point. Ryu H//Lee HS//Shin YS//Chung SM//Lee MS//Kim HM//Chung HT Acupunct Electrotherapeutics Res, Intl J 1996 VIEW
Acute effect of qigong training on stress hormonal levels in man Ryu H//Lee HS//Shin YS//Chung SM//Lee MS//Kim HM//Chung HT Am J Chin Med 1996 VIEW
Spectroscopic Analyses of Healing Water Samples: Instructive Rustum R//Slawecki T//Hoover R Whole Person Health Summit, 2nd Qigong Summit 2005 VIEW
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