Qigong therapy | definition of qigong therapy by Medical dictionary
qigong therapy Fringe medicine
A therapy based on the Chinese practice of qigon and which assumes psychokinesis exists and can occur over short distances; physical contact with the patient is minimal or absent.
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Classical Acupuncture & Herbs (www.classicalacupunctureherbs.com) in Louisville provides all-natural solutions for patients' physical and emotional health needs with a wide array of treatment options, including moxibustion, yoga instruction and qigong therapy
. The clinic specializes in gentle acupuncture techniques, blended with both modern and ancient Chinese techniques, to heal current health problems as well as providing preventative medicine.
Sometimes when he starts feeling agitated, he knows what is happening and comes over and asks for a 'pat-pat,'" one of the massage motions that is part of the qigong therapy
A pilot study of external qigong therapy
for patients with fibromyalgia.
is effective but mysterious, for there are still many phenomena that are difficult to explain by modern science.