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182. Integrative Therapies During and After Breast Cancer Treatment

in patients with breast cancer due to potential harm. (Grade H) Pain Acupuncture, healing touch, hypnosis, and music therapy can be considered for the management of pain. (Grade C) Quality of Life Meditation is recommended for improving quality of life. (Grade A) Yoga is recommended for improving quality of life. (Grade B) Acupuncture, mistletoe, qigong, reflexology, and stress management can be considered for improving quality of life. (Grade C) ASCO Discussion Point: The mistletoe trials cited

2018 American Society of Clinical Oncology Guidelines

184. Noninvasive Nonpharmacological Treatment for Chronic Pain: A Systematic Review

, low-level laser, Alexander Technique, acupuncture. o Knee osteoarthritis: Exercise, ultrasound. o Hip osteoarthritis: Exercise, manual therapies. o Fibromyalgia: Exercise, CBT, myofascial release massage, tai chi, qigong, acupuncture, MDR. o Chronic tension headache: Spinal manipulation. • Most effects were small. Long-term evidence was sparse. • There was no evidence suggesting serious harms from any of the interventions studied; data on harms were limited. iii This report is based on research (...) ). Evidence was sparse on interventions for hip and hand osteoarthritis. Exercise for hip osteoarthritis was associated with slightly greater function and pain improvement than usual care short term (SOE: low). The effect on function was sustained intermediate term (SOE: low). Fibromyalgia: In the short term, acupuncture (SOE: moderate), CBT, tai chi, qigong, and exercise (SOE: low) were associated with slight improvements in function compared with an attention control, sham, no treatment, or usual care

2018 Effective Health Care Program (AHRQ)

187. Cognitive and Mind-Body Therapies for Chronic Low Back and Neck Pain: Effectiveness and Value

Yoga (n=61) Viniyoga method, 24 classes, 45 mins each, over 3 months. Exercises were adapted to meet Qigong (n=58) Control (n=57) Qigong group received 12 classes over 3 months; 90 mins each. 176 6 Age =65 years; chronic low back pain =6 months; intensity of back pain according to the pain item of the Functional Rating Index Acute disc prolapse or protrusion with acute neurological symptoms within last 3 months; severe organic or psychiatric disease; cancer/cancer-related pain in ©Institute (...) exercises from the Training System Liu Ya Fei used. Also included was instruction on self- massage. Control group participants received no additional intervention for 6 months, although offered free participation in qigong or yoga after trial completion. =2 over past week; written informed consent provided. bones; use of pain meds that works over the central nervous system pain agents (e.g. opioids); drug and/or alcohol use disorder; participation in another clinical trial within past 6 months

2017 California Technology Assessment Forum

189. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

transplantation may be considered for patients who have BODE scores from 7-10 (Table 10) without comorbid 21 UMHS COPD Guideline, November 2017 conditions that would otherwise limit their expected lifespans. Consideration of transplantation potential requires co- management with a pulmonary specialist for detailed assessment of baseline pulmonary physiology and potential contraindications. 89 Complementary and Alternative Medicine Recommendation: Yoga, tai chi, qigong, and nutritional supplements have (...) not been demonstrated to be of greater symptomatic benefit than a standard healthy diet, walking, and breathing exercises for persons with COPD. While complementary and alternative medical therapies have been proposed for the treatment of COPD, little evidence of significant specific clinical benefit exists. For example, yoga, tai chi, and qigong have been investigated as interventions to reduce dyspnea and improve quality of life, but benefits have not been demonstrated to be greater than those

2017 University of Michigan Health System

191. The effectiveness of physical exercise for people with cancer

participants) evaluated the effect of exercise on cancer survivors. The cancer diagnoses of the study participants included breast, colorectal, cervical, lymphoma, lung, prostate, and other cancers. The most common form was breast cancer. The mode of exercise intervention was a combination of activities such as weight exercise, different forms of endurance training and stretching. Some studies investigated the effect of walking, cycling, yoga or Qigong. The exercise interventions lasted approximately 12

2016 Norwegian Institute of Public Health

192. Therapies for cognitive impairment in breast cancer survivors treated with chemotherapy: A protocol for systematic review. Full Text available with Trip Pro

impairment.Six randomized controlled trials with a total of 305 patients were included in this review. A total of 6 randomized controlled trials using various treatments (Tibetan sound meditation, donepezil, memory and attention adaptation training, aerobic exercise, acupuncture, Qigong) for chemotherapy-related cognitive impairment met the eligibility criteria and were included. This review showed that meditative interventions (Tibetan sound meditation, Qigong) and cognitive therapy (memory and attention (...) adaptation training) may partially improve some aspects of patients' perceived (self-reported) cognitive functioning, particularly patients' perceived cognitive impairment and ability.In this systematic review, the results showed that meditative interventions (Tibetan sound meditation, Qigong) and cognitive therapy (memory and attention adaptation training) may be optional therapies. We hope to have more randomized controlled trials to support this result in the future.

2020 Medicine

193. Exercise or sport activities for patients with cancer: A protocol for overview of systematic reviews and meta-analyses. Full Text available with Trip Pro

treated by all of exercise or sport activities such as running, gymnastics, taichi, and qigong, will be included. The following information will be extracted from each included SR: first author, year of publication, country of origin, number of primary study; the number of patients enrolled, participant characteristics, duration of cancer diagnosis, cancer types. Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-analyses (PRISMA) and A Measurements Tool to Assess Systematic Reviews 2 (AMSTAR-2

2020 Medicine

194. Effects of Qigong on glucose control in type 2 diabetes: a randomized controlled pilot study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Effects of Qigong on glucose control in type 2 diabetes: a randomized controlled pilot study. 20040671 2010 03 19 2009 12 30 1935-5548 33 1 2010 Jan Diabetes care Diabetes Care Effects of Qigong on glucose control in type 2 diabetes: a randomized controlled pilot study. e8 10.2337/dc09-1543 Sun Guan-Cheng GC Lovejoy Jennifer C JC Gillham Sara S Putiri Amy A Sasagawa Masa M Bradley Ryan R eng ClinicalTrials.gov NCT00885846 Letter Randomized Controlled Trial United States Diabetes Care 7805975

2010 Diabetes Care Controlled trial quality: uncertain

195. Effectiveness of a Tai chi Qigong program in promoting health-related quality of life and perceived social support in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease clients. (Abstract)

Effectiveness of a Tai chi Qigong program in promoting health-related quality of life and perceived social support in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease clients. This paper evaluates the effectiveness of a 3-month Tai chi Qigong (TCQ) program in promoting the psychosocial functional health of clients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) in Hong Kong.This study employed a single-blind, randomized controlled trial. Two hundred and six COPD clients were randomly assigned into three (...) Respiratory Questionnaire-Hong Kong Chinese version and perceived social support using the Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support-Chinese version.The TCQ group showed greater improvements in the symptom (F4, 404=3.351, P=0.010) and activity domains (F4, 404=2.611, P=0.035). No differences were detected in perceived social support among the three groups.Tai chi Qigong promoted health outcomes with respect to clients' perception of their respiratory symptoms. Moreover, TCQ decreased disturbances

2010 Quality of life research : an international journal of quality of life aspects of treatment, care and rehabilitation Controlled trial quality: uncertain

196. Impact of medical Qigong on quality of life, fatigue, mood and inflammation in cancer patients: a randomized controlled trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Impact of medical Qigong on quality of life, fatigue, mood and inflammation in cancer patients: a randomized controlled trial. Substantial numbers of cancer patients use complementary medicine therapies, even without a supportive evidence base. This study aimed to evaluate in a randomized controlled trial, the use of Medical Qigong (MQ) compared with usual care to improve the quality of life (QOL) of cancer patients.One hundred and sixty-two patients with a range of cancers were recruited. QOL

2010 Annals of oncology : official journal of the European Society for Medical Oncology / ESMO Controlled trial quality: uncertain

197. Effects of Scheduled Qigong Exercise on Pupils' Well-Being, Self-Image, Distress, and Stress. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Effects of Scheduled Qigong Exercise on Pupils' Well-Being, Self-Image, Distress, and Stress. Psychologic problems is increasing among pupils and has become a major problem in Sweden as well as in other Western countries. The aim of this study was to explore whether scheduled qigong exercise could have an effect on well-being at school, psychologic distress, self-image, and general stress.Pupils, 13-14 years, were assigned to either a qigong group or a control group.The qigong group had (...) scheduled qigong 2 times a week for 8 weeks.Self-reported well-being at school, psychologic distress, self-image, and stress were measured pre- and postintervention.The control group had reduced well-being at school during the semester and the qigong group was stable. The qigong group reduced psychologic distress and stress, and had a tendency to improved self-image, whereas no changes were found in the control group. Self-image explains 47% (R(2) = 0.47) of well-being at school, and stress explains 29

2010 Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine

198. Introducing Qigong Meditation into Residential Addiction Treatment: A Pilot Study Where Gender Makes a Difference. (Abstract)

Introducing Qigong Meditation into Residential Addiction Treatment: A Pilot Study Where Gender Makes a Difference. The objective of this study was to explore the feasibility and efficacy of adding integrative qigong meditation to residential treatment for substance abuse.Qigong meditation, which blends relaxation, breathing, guided imagery, inward attention, and mindfulness to elicit a tranquil state, was introduced into a short-term residential treatment program. At first clients chose (...) to participate in qigong meditation on a voluntary basis during their evening break. Later they chose to participate in either meditation or Stress Management and Relaxation Training (SMART) twice a day as part of the scheduled treatment. Weekly questionnaires were completed by 248 participants for up to 4 weeks to assess their changes in treatment outcomes. Participants in the meditation group were also assessed for quality of meditation to evaluate the association between quality and treatment outcome.Most

2010 Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine

199. Qigong for the treatment of tinnitus: a prospective randomized controlled study. (Abstract)

Qigong for the treatment of tinnitus: a prospective randomized controlled study. Tinnitus is a frequent disorder which is very difficult to treat. Qigong is a mindful exercise and an important constituent of traditional Chinese medical practice. Here we performed a randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effect of a Qigong intervention on patients with tinnitus. We hypothesized that especially tinnitus patients with somatosensoric components may benefit from the mind-body technique (...) of Qigong.Eighty patients with tinnitus of at least 3 months duration were randomly assigned to an intervention group (n=40) consisting of 10 Qigong training sessions in 5 weeks or a waiting-list control group (n=40). Tinnitus severity was assessed with a visual analogue scale (VAS) and with a tinnitus questionnaire (TBF-12) before treatment, immediately after treatment, and 1 and 3 months after treatment.Qigong did not cause any side effects and was completed by 80% of the assigned patients. Compared

2010 Journal of psychosomatic research Controlled trial quality: uncertain

200. External qigong for chronic pain. (Abstract)

External qigong for chronic pain. External qigong as a pharmacotherapy adjunct was investigated in 50 subjects with chronic pain (pain lasting > 3 months with pain score of > or = 3 on 0-10 numeric analog scale) who presented to a qigong healing center. Participants were randomized to receive either external qigong treatment (EQT) or equivalent attention time (EAT) in weekly 30-min sessions for four consecutive weeks. Outcomes were assessed before and after sessions. The primary outcome measure (...) had EQT. Participants were randomly assigned to EQT (n = 26) or EAT (n = 24). These groups had no significant differences at baseline except for prior awareness of qigong (EQT 31% vs. EAT 63%; p = 0.025). Compared to the EAT group, EQT participants had a significant decrease in pain intensity in the 2nd (p = 0.003), 3rd (p < 0.001), and 4th weeks of treatment (p = 0.003). At week 8, these differences in overall decreased pain intensity persisted but were not statistically significant.

2010 The American journal of Chinese medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

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