Explore the results of research and clinical trials involving Quantum-Touch.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of Quantum-Touch treatment in alleviating both acute and chronic pain.
The purpose of this dissertation is to investigate, through the use of human subjects, whether Quantum-Touch has an impact on chronic musculoskeletal pain and whether this relatively new non-invasive holistic healing modality may be used as an intervention to address chronic pain. This pilot study, experimental in nature, is a collaborative effort with a medical doctor, the second investigator, who specializes in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. The research involved an 8-week pilot study in which the investigators used 12 volunteer adult patients (men and women ages 18-64) who were randomly selected and randomly assigned to an experimental and control group of 6 volunteers in each group. Both groups were blindfolded and received hands-on touch; however, only the experimental group was given the Quantum-Touch energy. This study seeks to determine the impact of hands-on Quantum-Touch energy healing on both genders and any differentiation in pain.