Reiki in Hospitals

At hospitals and clinics across America, Reiki is beginning to gain acceptance as a meaningful and cost-effective way to improve patient care. Personal interviews conducted with medical professionals corroborate this view. As a Reiki Healing in Kharghar, Reiki accelerates recovery from surgery, improves mental attitude and reduces the negative effects of medication and other medical procedures.

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Reiki masters across America include Reiki with regular nursing procedures. Because the patients like Reiki, one of the masters has attracted a lot of attention from other patients through word of mouth, as well as from members of the hospital staff. As a Reiki Healing in Navi Mumbai, Patients have asked her to do Reiki on them in operating and recovery rooms. She has also been asked to do Reiki sessions on cancer patients at Memorial Sloane Kettering Hospital, including patients with bone marrow transplants.

The general public is turning with ever-increasing interest to complementary health care, including Reiki. A study found that one in every three Americans has used such care, spending over 14 billion out-of-pocket dollars on alternative health care in 1990 alone.

A survey conducted in 2007 indicates that in the previous year 1.2 million adults and 161,000 children in the U.S. received one or more energy healing sessions such as Reiki.

As a Theta Healing in Navi Mumbai, Reiki is also gaining wider acceptance in the medical establishment. Hospitals are incorporating it into their roster of patient services, often with their own Reiki-trained physicians, nurses and support staff. Reiki was in use in hospital operation rooms as early as the mid-90’s. Since then its acceptance in medicine has grown. It is now listed in a nursing “scope and standards of practice” publication as an accepted form of care, and a 200 USA Today article reported than in 2007. 15% of U.S. hospitals offered Reiki as a regular part of patient services.

Hospitals are undergoing major changes. They are experiencing a need to reduce costs and at the same time improve patient care. As a Theta Healing in Kharghar, under the old medical model based on expensive medication and technology, this posed an unsolvable dilemma. Not so with Reiki and other complementary modalities. Reiki requires no technology at all and many of its practitioners offer their services for free. Reiki is therefore, a very good way to improve care while cutting costs.

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