Keep up-to-date on current medical research for Reiki and energy-work – become an IARP Registered Reiki Professional Member. Members have access to current Reiki research topics and abstracts from within your Members Area and we keep you current on any new developments regarding Reiki efficacy and medicine.
IARP Professional Members get current information and links to over 60 Reiki Research articles, topics, and abstracts from within your Members area.
A sampling of research topics below:
Pilot crossover trial of Reiki versus rest for treating cancer-related fatigue
The effect of Reiki on pain and anxiety in women with abdominal hysterectomies: a quasi-experimental pilot study
Using Reiki to decrease memory and behavior problems in mild cognitive impairment and mild Alzheimer’s disease
A pilot study: Reiki for self-care of nurses and healthcare providers
Personal interaction with a Reiki practitioner decreases noise-induced microvascular damage in an animal model
In vitro effect of Reiki treatment on bacterial cultures: Role of experimental context and practitioner well-being
The increasing use of reiki as a complementary therapy in specialist palliative care
Reiki–Japanese art of curing and its position in schemes of holistic therapeutics in Poland
Autonomic nervous system changes during Reiki treatment: a preliminary study
Long-term effects of energetic healing on symptoms of psychological depression and self-perceived stress
A phase II trial of Reiki for the management of pain in advanced cancer patients
Reiki Therapy: The benefits to a nurse/Reiki practitioner
Changes in the isoprenoid pathway with transcendental meditation and Reiki healing practices in seizure disorder
Reiki: A supportive therapy in nursing practice and self-care for nurses
Reiki: A starting point for integrative medicine
Experience of a Reiki session
A complementary therapy for nursing practice
Working with survivors of torture in Sarajevo with Reiki
Biological correlates of Reiki Touch(sm) healing
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