The Miracle Healing Power Of Therapeutic Touch Plr Ebook

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Table Of Contents


Chapter 1: About Therapeutic Touch

Chapter 2: About The Session

Chapter 3: Chronic Pain

Chapter 4: Alzheimer Treatment

Chapter 5: The Dilemma With Today’s Healthcare Provider

Chapter 6: Alternatives For Cancer Treatment

Wrapping Up

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Chapter 2: About The Session


A therapeutic touch session calls for the patient sitting or lying down while the practician moves his or her open palms over the patient’s body, detecting the energy field, and arriving at an assessment inside a matter of minutes.

What It Entails

Actual therapy starts out with the practitioner putting his or her hands over particular areas of the body and moving them in a sweeping movement.

A few individuals report a sense of warmth or even a pleasant sort of vibration. The intention of the practician is considered all-important to the therapy’s potency, and he or she must consciously will that the person become healed.

Practitioners argue that there’s nothing mysterious about the healing that takes place, and states that their therapy for some reason alters the blood’s hemoglobin levels. They likewise explain the body’s energy field as comprising an electromagnetic phenomenon.

Critics state that no instruments have ever discovered this field and claim that therapeutic touch is merely proof that there’s such a phenomenon as the placebo consequence (healing established on psychological factors).

They in addition to that state that whatever ease or pain relief patients might go through is due to the fact that they trust in the therapy and wish it to work. While the American Medical Association takes no official position on therapeutic touch, it says that no scientific grounds exist to indicate that one individual may in reality transfer energy to some other.

Chapter 3: Chronic Pain


For individuals dealing with chronic pain and immune system troubles, the healing modality called Therapeutic Touch (TT) might supply relief that traditional medicine can’t. It might likewise supply healing advantages for individuals suffering from emotional tension and anxiety.

Dealing With Pain

Therapeutic Touch is a present-day interpretation of many ancient healing practices. It was formulated in the early 70’s by Dolores Krieger, a RN and PhD Professor Emerita at New York University and Dora Kunz, called a natural healer. The process is based on the hypothesis that our bodies are established of energy, and that disease is a condition of energy instability and disorder.

Therapeutic touch seeks to bestow balance and order to the body’s power field through a procedure of energy exchange with which the practitioner utilizes the hands as a center to facilitate the healing procedure.

It’s stated to alleviate pain, enhance well-being and comfort while bringing down stress and anxiety, thereby advancing composure and the body’s power to heal itself. It has been utilized as a complementary therapy in treating people with arthritis, fibromyalgia, MS, headaches, hypertension, chronic fatigue, pre and post surgery, HIV/AIDS and depressive disorder.

It is utilized to help bring down the symptoms of chemotherapy and radiation therapy in cancer patients and in addition to that for treating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in returning war vets.

It’s said to be the power to heal the entire individual.

True healing implies healing the body, mind, emotion and spirit. Therapeutic touch authorizes the body to heal itself. It treats the entire being.

Key to the procedure is the compassionateness and intention of the practician, which may be one reason why so many of them are nurses.

The procedure calls for being ‘centered,’ and altogether present with the patient. Then the practitioner supplies an assessment and an energetic plan of care.

How does a therapy session function? The practitioner moves her hands in flowing rhythmic motions within a couple of inches of someone’s body, commenting on the assorted levels of energy that they may detect. They may as well do some “hands on” smoothing out of the upper back and shoulders and stimulate the arches of the feet to enhance the flux of energy.

The procedure is always individualized and doesn’t exceed half-hour for the real treatment. A few of the sensations that might be experienced are alterations in temperature, tingling, and relaxation.

Some people don’t feel any significant shifts during the session, although they will feel more relaxed. However later they may notice that that their chronic pain is lessened.

While a few dismiss therapeutic touch as quackery, practicians point to clinical studies that document the favorable effects of the practice for cutting down pain and anxiety in the aged population, for reducing pain in amputees suffering from “phantom limb” pain, and a late study that demonstrated the favorable effects of therapeutic touch on the proliferation of normal human cells in a lab setting.

Therapeutic touch is practiced at many hospitals and clinics across the nation, and in private practice.

Chapter 4: Alzheimer Treatment


Agitated behavior in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) exhibits a challenge to present interventions.


Late developments in neur-oendocrinology hint that shifts in the hypothalamic-pituitaryadrenal (HPA) axis change the reactions of individuals with Alzheimer’s reactions to tension. Given the injurious effects of pharmacological interventions in this vulnerable population, it’s crucial to explore noninvasive treatments for their potentiality to decrease a hyper-responsiveness to tension and indirectly decrease damaging cortisol levels.

That within-subject, interrupted in a time-series study that was conducted to test the efficaciousness of therapeutic touch on diminishing the frequency of agitated conduct and salivary and urine cortisol levels in humans with Alzheimer’s disease.

10 participants who were seventy-one to eighty-four years old and lived in a special care unit were watched every twenty minutes for ten hours a day, were supervised twenty-four hours a day for physical action, and had samplings for salivary and urine cortisol taken every day.

The study happened in four stages: 1) baseline (four days), 2) treatment (therapeutic touch for five to seven minutes two times daily for three days), 3) post-treatment (eleven days), and 4) post-“finishing treatment” (three days).

An analysis of variance for duplicated measures showed a significant drop-off in overall agitated conduct and in two particular behaviors, vocalization and pacing or walking, with treatment and post-treatment.
A diminishing trend over time was observed for salivary and urine cortisol.

While this study doesn’t supply direct clinical evidence to confirm dis-regulation in the HPA axis, it does indicate that environmental and behavioral interventions like therapeutic touch have the likely possibility to lessen vocalization and pacing, prevalent behaviors, and might mitigate cortisol levels in individuals with Alzheimer’s disease.

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