FAQ

FAQ – 

What is different the between a Medical Qigong Practitioner and a Medical Qigong Therapist?

A Practitioner can prescribe exercises and can emit Qi into an acu-point along any acu-meridian.

A Therapist can move Qi and blood that has accumulated or become stagnant anywhere is the body with 8 methods.

Heat & Cold aka Moxa & Ice Therapy

Suction & Scraping aka Cupping & Gwasha

Electro-Stim & Magnet therapy – aka Electro-magnetics

Light & Sound therapy – aka LED & Tuning Forks

Pressure and Plasters – aka Qigong Reflexology & Liniments/poultices

 

#1 Heat – Moxa is folk medicine that does not require a license.
#2 Suction – Cupping is folk medicine that does not require a license.
#3 Sound wave vocalization and Tingsha bells, bowls and gongs are folk medicine that does not require a license.
#4 Magnet Therapy is folk medicine that does not require a license.
#5 LED red light is folk medicine that does not require a license.
#6 Microcurrent is 100 times weaker than TENS that does not require a license.
#7 Direct Pressure is folk medicine that does not require a license.
#8 Scraping (Gwasha) is folk medicine that does not require a license.
#9 Liniments, plasters and medicated oils with wraps and slings
#10 Ice and application of cold therapy

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