What Ailments Can Qigong and Traditional

Chinese Medicine (TCM) Help?



Before you look at what can be done, take a look at the following YouTube video of what one man does and says about controlling your body. Win Hof is living proof of the capacity of the human body and doing things the scientists said was impossible. Through breathing, meditation, and some other of his simple techniques, he has accomplished the impossible!


So can you with Qigong Self-Healing!


Wim Hof discusses the ability of our minds and bodies to influence our immune system.




Note: This page is a work-in-progress. We are still researching articles to post.


You don’t have to be sick or injured to be able to receive the benefits of a Medical Qigong Therapy treatment. Maintaining good health through wellness treatments is an essential part of ancient traditional Chinese healing philosophy, and is still considered a wise approach today. Waiting to treat those who were already sick was likened to “waiting for thirst before digging a well” or “waiting to go into battle before casting weapons”. 



Qi gong can help many chronic and degenerative diseases and ailments too numerous to mention. They are some of the ones that involve the following systems: Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Immune System, Circulation, Brain, Musculoskeletal, Chronic Pain, Mental Health, and Longevity.


Research suggests that Qigong may be beneficial for Asthma, Arthritis, Cancer, Parkinson's Disease, Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Headaches, and a wide variety of common ailments. See lists below.


Sports Qigong (Wu Gong). In sports and martial arts, qigong is the key to strength, stamina, coordination, speed, flexibility, balance, and resistance to injury. Qigong exercises can improve performance in any sport, improve the golf drive, tackling ability in football, accuracy in tennis, and stamina in swimming.


Spiritual Qigong (Fo Gong, Tao Gong). As a spiritual discipline, qigong leads to self-awareness, tranquillity, and harmony with nature. The spiritual aspect of qigong evolved from Taoism and Buddhism.




Medical Errors Are No. 3 Cause Of U.S Deaths, Researchers Say


A study by researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine says medical errors should rank as the third leading cause of death in the United States — and highlights how shortcomings in tracking vital statistics may hinder research and keep the problem out of the public eye.


The authors, led by Johns Hopkins surgeon Dr. Martin Makary, call for changes in death certificates to better tabulate fatal lapses in care. In an open letter, they urge the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to immediately add medical errors to its annual list reporting the top causes of death.


Based on an analysis of prior research, the Johns Hopkins study estimates that more than 250,000 Americans die each year from medical errors. On the CDC's official list, that would rank just behind heart disease and cancer, which each took about 600,000 lives in 2014, and in front of respiratory disease, which caused about 150,000 deaths.


Medical mistakes that can lead to death range from surgical complications that go unrecognized to mix-ups with the doses or types of medications patients receive.


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Specific Diseases


One of the best and longest lists of medical research on the various diseases, ailments, maladies, afflictions, etc. that we have found are located by Clicking here.


There you will find a database that contains 12,763 abstracts of research concerning the use of Qigong presented by the Qigong Institute. Other research information and links can be found on their homepage.



Another list of specific afflictions with articles of scientific research about how Qigong can help them can be seen by

clicking here.

Nearly 100 common health issues are listed here, offering links to medical research articles to help you and your loved ones learn how Qigong and Tai Chi can help cancer, Alzheimer's, dementia, "high blood pressure," "ADHD," "depression," "chronic pain," "type 2 diabetes," "heart disease," "arthritis," etc.


When you check the above list chart with the links for a particular affliction such as cancer or any other diseases, please keep in mind that when they refer to Tai Chi, that it is actually a subset of Qigong. Tai Chi is a slow form of martial art and is mainly exercise oriented only while medical Qigong is directed toward healing through special exercises, nutrition, meditation, acupuncture, TCM, etc.





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Qigong: A Cure For Cancer And Chronic, Degenerative Diseases?

This is the full text of the paper presented at the Second World Congress on Qigong held in San Francisco from 21st to 23rd November 1997 by Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit, the recipient of the “Qigong Master of the Year” award.



A Comprehensive Review of Health Benefits of Qigong and Tai Chi :

An article by the National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine:


A compelling body of research emerges when Tai Chi studies and the growing body of Qigong studies are combined. ….....

....When both Tai Chi and Qigong are investigated together, as two approaches to a single category of practice, meditative movement, the magnitude of the body of research is quite impressive.



The following are two examples of large public facilities that employed the use of Qigong in the curing of incurable diseases.


1.   Huaxia Zhineng Qigong Clinic & Training Center*

This hospital is the largest of its kind in China and probably in the world. The Center avoids medicines and special diets in favor of exercise, love, and life energy. It is a non-profit organization and is recognized by the Chinese government as a legitimate clinic. Over the years, the Center has treated more than one hundred and eighty diseases, the overall success rate being more than 95%. * Due to political reasons, the Center was closed in 2001.


It has since reopened under the guidance of one of the doctors who studied and graduated from there. It is the destination of our future tours.



Wikipedia note: In 1999, in response to widespread revival of old traditions of spirituality, morality, and mysticism, and perceived challenges to State control, the Chinese government took measures to enforce control of public qigong practice, including shutting down qigong clinics and hospitals along with banning groups such as Zhong Gong and Falun Gong.


The below indicated original Guolin center was closed down in the purge mentioned above but reopened under the following name:


2.   International Guolin Qigong Culture Research Association:

This is an organization dedicated to curing cancer with Qigong and other techniques. It is a non-profit making organization and a Charity endorsed by the Government of Hong Kong.



General Articles


The Huffington Post: Qigong: Unleash Incredible Healing Powers






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