What do doctors say about Reiki?

How does the medical community perceive Reiki therapy?

  • Because Reiki therapy is safe and non-invasive, it is proving useful in hospice, nursing homes, emergency rooms, operating room, organ transplantation care units, pediatric, neonatal and OB/GYN unites; facilitating and decreasing anxiety and pain.
  •  Reiki medical research is still preliminary. However, Reiki has proven very effect as a supplement therapy in pain management, resulting in significant reduction of pain following the Reiki treatment. Reiki therapy, (Laying-on hands) has been validated by experiments at various research center around the world.
  • Medical experts are seeing Reiki and other laying-on hands healing coming into common use by individuals for themselves and family along with its use in hospitals and doctors offices.
Please visit www.reikmedresearch.org to find out the medical effects of Reiki therapy.  It provides information about the diseases responding to Reiki, so perspective Reiki clients will be able to choose this therapy consciously.
  • The Internet Search company, Google, has 207,000 websites for physical medicine in support of Reiki.  Google also has 148,000 best physical medicine websites in support of Reiki. (as of Jan 2006)

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