The Shiatsu Research Group of our school has conducted research every year and has published the results as papers on each theme, under teachers' guidance. The Shiatsu Research Group is an organization in which students of our school voluntarily take part.
The Shiatsu Society is dedicated to research in support of Shiatsu. By research we mean studies that enable us to explore how, why and for whom Shiatsu can be safe and effective. Over the years the Society has engaged in various types of research with the aim of establishing an evidence base for the beneficial uses of professional, therapeutic Shiatsu.
The Shiatsu Therapy Research Lab 1998-2012 Japan Shiatsu College The Effects of Shiatsu on Lower Back Pain. Linda H Brady, Kathryn Henry, James F Luth, Kimberley K Casper-Bruett. First published 1 March 2001 Research Article.Research into shiatsu for cancer. There is no scientific evidence that shiatsu can cure or prevent any type of disease, including cancer. We also need more research to find out how it can help people with cancer control symptoms and side effects. Most of the studies that have been done to date are small.Of 4 papers for dysmenorrhoea, 1 was a systematic review 2 were RCTs, and one non equivalent control group.. This review identified very little Shiatsu research, suggesting well designed studies are needed. The evidence for acupressure and pain is generally consistent and positive.
While finding the basic defining principle of shiatsu is by itself a whole research programme that exceeds the purpose of this paper, there has been a recent attempt to define shiatsu that, even if differs methodologically, could be compatible to such an approach.Read More
Research paper. Effects of shiatsu on the health-related quality of life of a person with secondary progressive multiple sclerosis: A mixed methods N-of-1 trial within a whole systems research case study. Author links open overlay panel Stergios Tsiormpatzis. Show more.Read More
Scientific Study Suggests: Shiatsu Helps with Stress Details Written. .Although complementary therapies are now widely accepted and recognized, and there are many interesting studies and papers on the efficacy of Shiatsu,. 2020 Shiatsu Research Network.Read More
Research shows that shiatsu is both safe and effective. Shiatsu originates from Japan and has a consistent history of evidence that dates back to the 1960s. It is an acupressure therapy which the World Health Organization recognises as founded in Traditional Chinese Medicine and yet the Federal Government denies this.Read More
The Effects and Experience of Shiatsu: A Cross-European Study FINAL REPORT Andrew F Long School of Healthcare, University of Leeds December 2007.Read More
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Research Group. The Shin So Shiatsu Study Group Switzerland meets twice a year for the Graduate Study Day. Info.Read More
The method section of an APA format psychology paper provides the methods and procedures used in a research study or experiment.This part of an APA paper is critical because it allows other researchers to see exactly how you conducted your research, allowing for the reproduction of the experiment and assessment of alternative methods that might produce different results.Read More