Using Qi flow in Taiji effecting structural change

35 years ago no treatment was available, then using Taiji, Chen style Chan Si Gong (Reeling Silk), and Zhan Zhuang (standing meditation) to relieve chronic pain mobility increased. Using Qi flow in Taiji effecting structural change in feet and reduced pain: a case report is a personal account discussing techniques, thought-processes, methods of practice and the determination needed to enable structural changes to my foot deformities resulting in normal foot shape, and subsequently relief of intense chronic pain.

The report and discussion on the treatment principle of Qigong may provide new insights or strategies for the treatment of chronic or persistent pain.

My report was published on 25th January 2019 in the current issue of Life Research, a peer-reviewed scientific journal of the Traditional Medicine Research group and can be accessed https://www.tmrjournals.com/lr/EN/10.12032/life2019-0125-003

For articles in Life Research journal’s “Mystery of Qigong” edition  https://www.tmrjournals.com/lr/EN/2624-0548/home.shtml

You can also request a free full text PDF of Using Qi flow in Taiji effecting structural change in feet and reduced pain: a case report via https://www.suzanne-newnham.com/-contact.html

 

Author: suzannenewnham

Writer, trance medium, health advocate (chronic pain). author of "Ethics of a Psychic Reading" as well as numerous published short stories & articles. Currently writing 2 non-fiction books: an awesome woman, born in the 1920s, who never believed in staying under a glass ceiling; and transformational stories based on coping, overcoming & living with chronic pain. For 4 years: columnist for PnP Authors Magazine; and since 2016 contributor on psychic ethics for International Psychics Association magazine. Published articles in scientific journal 'Life Research'; Health Care Consumer Association; and spiritual magazines; co-author 3 novellas, working on 4th. Member of various writing groups; pain related organisations; psychic & spiritual associations. https://suzanne-newnham.com f/b; twitter; Linkedin; Goodreads