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With over 30 years of experience, Professor Arnold E. Tayam holds a Doctorate in Medical Qigong and offers private clinic sessions using Medical Qigong and Chinese Bodywork practices. The practices are based on Chinese Energetic Modalities, which affect the energy in unique ways and are designed to work in harmony with each other or can be individually applied.
Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on Ancient Chinese energetic medical theory that holds that humans are a complex energy body comprised of an intricate network of energy pathways, or channel. There are twelve main organ meridians, channels, and eight extraordinary vessels in which there are over 360 points that are attributed to individual functions and benefits.
Medical Qigong is one of the five main branches, or clinic modalities, of Traditional Chinese Medicine; the others being acupuncture, herbs, nutrition and body work.
Each of these branches are applied utilizing special techniques and methods and are complete comprehensive approaches. At The Longevity Center, our focus is on Chinese Medical Qigong.
Regardless of the modality, all of these approaches utilize the same fundamental Chinese Medical model.
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If you have scheduled a session, please download and fill out this questionnaire. Then save the document and email the completed questionnaire to firstname.lastname@example.org 24 hours before your session time.
As energetic bodywork, this aspect is applied through light-to-moderate contact methods to correct patterns of imbalance determined from the assessment process.
This table work emphasizes energy projection methods.
(In-Person sessions currently not available)
Practiced for centuries in the Far East, distance healing, also known as remote healing, works similarly to the Medical Qigong table work session, except the practitioner and client are separated.
These sessions can yield several potential benefits, including:
The World Academic Society of Medical Qigong has looked at the last 50 years of research coming out of medical colleges and universities, as well as Traditional Chinese Medicine hospitals and clinics in China. This research has recognized Medical Qigong as effective treatment modality for the following conditions:
Click on the links above to see medical research articles The Longevity Center has been collecting in the Research section of this Web site.
Remember, always consult a licensed health care professional for any diagnosis, treatment, prescription, or cure of diseases or health conditions.
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