Complementary medicine study for infertility
solosilver · 25/11/2018 15:36
I am considering participating in this, has anyone heard or do they know anything it?
Kinjia is a collaboration of traditional health practitioners dedicated to the study, development and provision of complimentary and alternative medicine (CAM) therapies.
We are currently conducting exploratory studies to investigate the effect of energy medicine across a spectrum of physical conditions. The main reason for you to participate in our studies is to experience the potential benefits of CAM therapy at no cost.
Human studies have shown energy medicine to improve pain, anxiety, wound healing, functional status, blood pressure, immune function, relaxation, well-being, cancer outcomes, fatigue, mood, fibromyalgia, phantom limb pain, and carpal tunnel syndrome.¹
We are currently looking for study participants in the following areas:
• Couples who have been trying to get pregnant through regular unprotected sex and that are not considering IVF (for whatever reason).
• Couples who have been unsuccessful at getting pregnant through IVF and are no longer considering IVF (for whatever reason).
Anyone? thanks in advance
AliceScarlett · 25/11/2018 15:52
Never heard of it, but if they have a decent ethics board then go for it. 1/3 of infertility being unexplained needs changing.
solosilver · 25/11/2018 16:07
Thanks for the reply AliceScarlett,
its not pharmaceutical trialling, just distant or contact 'healing'
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