Lung Cancer

A few years ago I was referred a woman in her 40’s who had pain in her arms following biopsy of her axilla for diagnosis of staging of her lung tumors. She was diagnosed with bilateral malignant tumors eight on the left and 12 on the right lung. Because of a past...
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Victim of oppression

For the past five years I have been a member of an organization called RIVO. It is a network of therapists who treat refugees who were victims of torture and oppression in their home countries, and have come to seek political asylum in Canada. One such refugee was K....
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Nightmares for as long as I can remember

It was a very common explanation before the Tao Shiatsu treatment. The patient explained that she had a hard time sleeping, and her nights were very restless and she always woke up tired in the morning. And she asked me if the treatment would help her sleep and feel...
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Echo of Gratitude

E.Y (female from Japan) I found a book that Mr. Endo wrote and then started to undergo Tao shiatsu therapy. The book curiously writes about Ki, an active principle that exists as part of the human body, namely channels through which energy flows. Although it is...

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ENT disease (otorhinolaryngologic disease)

By Ryokyu Endo First of all, giving a treatment in Oriental medicine is not about diagnosing a disease. However, analyzing “disease” within the physical dimension is attractive to patients, because the explanation of disease in Western medicine is very clear. So, for...

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