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Western & Eastern Therapies Working Together
Complementary therapy now being used with success in hospitals
Doctors started to see that their patients were needing less pain medications. They also observed less stress and anxiety in their patients as well as a reduction of side effects from chemo, radiation and medications. Dr. Evers, director of the Markey Cancer Center in Kentucky, got together with Jennifer Bradley and together they received a $49,000 grant from the Lexington Cancer Foundation to implement and study the effects of Jin Shin Jyutsu in a hospital setting. The results have been nothing short of amazing.
Jin Shin Jyutsu is becoming a desirable complementary therapy offered to patients in conventional medical practices and hospitals like the Markey Cancer Center in Kentucky, the California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, Marin Oncology Associates and Marin General Hospital. Jin Shin Jyutsu has provided significant relief to patients suffering from a variety of complaints, while easily supporting whatever treatment regimen their medical doctors have prescribed. As an effective complement to conventional medicine, Jin Shin Jyutsu has earned its way into hospitals as a non-invasive therapy with well-documented results for patients with diverse health challenges.
As a time-honored Japanese healing art, JSJ, though having conceptual similarities with acupuncture, acupressure and massage, is a gentle, non-invasive, over the clothing therapy that works without needles, pressure or rubbing. The practitioner will check your pulses and then conduct the appropriate “flows”. A flow is a series of predetermined holds the practitioner applies with a light touch along the 52 energetic points to redirect or unblock stagnant energy. It is the stagnation of energy that is said to contribute to illness and disease.
According to doctors, JSJ has been helpful with autoimmune issues, back pain, leg cramps, neuropathy, fatigue, anxiety, nausea, stress, sleeplessness, pain management (chronic and acute), negative side effects from chemo, radiation and medications, allergies, asthma, depression, headaches, respiratory problems and a host of other conditions.
To see a video of Jennifer Bradley’s story, including feedback from doctors, or to find a Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner in your area, visit: www.jsjvideo.com
It’s important to share such information with your doctor, or health care provider and always consult with them before starting anything new. If inclined, share the video with your doctor so that they will have a better understanding of Jin Shin Jyutsu and how they might incorporate it to benefit you and other patients in their practice. The more that local hospitals (such as Adventist Health, Kaweah Delta, Tulare District) become aware of and integrate Jin Shin Jyutsu (as did Marin General Hospital, California Pacific Medical Center and Markey Cancer Center), the more the public will benefit from this complementary therapy that is safe, tested, effective and without side effects.
Jin Shin Jyutsu is not currently covered by health insurance so the more that hospitals and doctors incorporate JSJ, (as was the case with acupuncture)
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