CFQ Qigong 超 意 返 还 功
Since 2008, a number of research studies and clinical trials have been conducted in Halifax, Nova Scotia
to measure the affect of CFQ Qigong on fibromyalgia and chronic pain.
Links to research articles, clinical perspectives and articles published in various medical journals are below:
*2019 Research Article: OBM INTEGRATIVE AND COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE, Volume 4, Issue 2
Case Series of Multiple Health Benefits in Those Undertaking Extended Qigong Practice
as a Complementary Self-care Practice in an Outpatient Pain Clinic
Conclusions: This case series reveals multiple health benefits of extended qigong practice. Given that these
occurred in those who practiced the most, one of the barriers to potential health benefits achieved by qigong is
commitment to the practice. In appropriate circumstances, health care professionals can recommend qigong as a
complementary practice for successful chronic pain management.
*2017 Qigong and Fibromyalgia circa 2017
Qigong and Chronic Pain: Three Cases of Pain Resolution, Other Health
Benefits and Improved Vision with Long-term Practice of Qigong
This is a report of the
experiences of three individuals with chronic pain and multiple other
health problems who undertook instruction in CFQ Qigong and went on to
practice over extended periods of time (hours/day, 8-15 years). All
three report resolution of their chronic pain and multiple other health
problems, as well as improvements in vision, during the course of their
long- term practice. Health benefits occurred progressively over time.
Improvements in eyesight were gradual. These experiences indicate that
long-term (CFQ) Qigong practice can transform health trajectories and
individual lives in those with chronic pain.
*2015 Clinical Perspectives on Qigong and Health
*2013 Research Article: Extension Trial of Qigong for Fibromyalgia: A Quantitative and Qualitative Study
practice of CFQ, a particular form of qigong, produces sustained
benefits in fibromyalgia as indicated by quantitative
assessments in core domains for fibromyalgia. Qualitative comments
indicate health benefits in other areas as well. Benefit is related to
extent of practice.