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Guigen Qigong Treats Back Pain and Its Action on Infrared Image
The patient at her 50s, complained of pain in her whole back from neck to sacrum areas, accompany with the symptoms of headache, insomnia, irritation. She felt tension or tight and pain in her neck and whole back areas all day. The symptoms are not alleviated by sleep and other exercises, as walking or mountain climbing. She had been diagnosed as Cervical Spondylosis and " internal injury of back muscles caused by overstrain " by her orthopaedist and Menopause Syndrome by her gynecologist with a series of examinations. Her doctors wrote her prescriptions for her problems for pain stop pills and hormones, and she declined with thanks for fear of side effects of the chemicals. After the practice, the patient' symptoms above were significantly alleviated.
Before teaching her practice of Section 4, Soft-dynamic, Guigen Qigong, we took her back picture with infrared camera (WP-95), as a base line (Fig. 1). After 20 min of teaching and practice, she felt relaxed and relieved. We took a infrared picture again at the same condition, showed as Fig. 2. The patient was very happy with the self healing result. She abided by our suggestion that practice the Guigen Qigong 2 times a day, 20 min for each time. After 5 day' practice (a week) , rest 2 days, then we examined with the infrared camera again and got the result as Fig. 3.
Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Fig. 3
Fig. 1 shows the qi stagnation along the whole spinal areas and the abnormal metabolism in the areas. as the saying (theorem) in Traditional Chinese Medicine: "There is qi stagnation, there is pain"
(Note: Qi is one kind of energy loaded with life messages, which is translated as vital energy. Infrared possesses some property of qi, or it is one ingredient of qi. Abnormal infrared radiation reflects the abnormality of qi, or qi stagnation, which is called "bingqi" in qigongology, or ill qi, bad energy.)
Fig. 2 shows the qi stagnation along the whole spinal areas and the abnormal metabolism in the areas are improved.
Fig. 3 shows the qi stagnation along the whole spinal areas and the abnormal metabolism in the areas are much improved. As the saying (theorem) in Traditional Chinese Medicine: "There is not qi stagnation, there is not pain."
Adviser: Wang Shuchen, Huang Yaozhou, Gu Minqi, Li Hao, Wang Kejian
Coauthor: Xu Hongtao, Qi Pei, Zhao Quanli, Li jizhen
----- Dec. 26, 2004.
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