Reiki is used in major hospitals throughout the UK, USA, Australia, Germany, Switzerland, New Zealand, Malaysia - and counting.
The benefits of Reiki is beginning to become universally recognised and an accepted form of healthcare, which is integrative, within the communities of both public and private worldwide - hospitals, universities, schools of nursing, scientific research organisations and centres, health insurances, foundations or charities promoting health or whom support the sick. Offering information, treatments, contribution to scientific research, initiations and treatment repayment. Hospitals and hospices employ Reiki Practitioners for their patients, particularly those with life threatening diseases.
The following is a list of hospitals and other health care establishments in the UK, whom use Reiki to treat their patients and in some cases, treat the families and carers of their patients.
University College London Hospitals NHS:
• Reiki treatments offered to patients with stress and mood disorder
• Reiki treatments offered to complement conventional cancer treatments
• Reiki treatments offered to complement the treatments of endometriosis
Southampton University Hospitals NHS, Southampton: Reiki treatments offered to palliative care cancer patients (day care)
Aintree University Hospitals NHS, Liverpool: Reiki treatments offered by elderly medicine services
Wallace Cancer Care (works with Addenbrooke’s Hospital-Cambridge University Hospitals NHS), Cambridge: Reiki treatments offered to complement conventional cancer treatments
South Tees Hospitals NHS, Middlesbrough: Reiki treatments offered to complement conventional cancer treatments
The Prince's Foundation for Integrated Health (HRH Prince Charles's foundation): Information about Reiki (complementary therapies)
Breast Cancer Care (charity): Information about Reiki in a guide on complementary therapies
Newham University Hospital NHS: Project to offer complementary therapies including Reiki treatments to the staff and later to the patients (newsletter Feb./March 2006, p. 7)
Reiki treatments offered to complement conventional cancer treatments: Great Ormond Street Hospital, London
•NHS Occupational Health Departments
•HIV/AIDS organisations’ holistic health and healing centres
•St Teresa’s Hospice, Darlington
•The Haven Breast Cancer Support Centres in Leeds and London
•NHS Hospitals including Maternity Units, Cancer Wards/Clinics /Centres and Support Groups
•Brain Injury rehabilitation centres
•NHS Medical Centres
•Penny Brohn Cancer Care, Bristol
• Macmillan Centres
•GP & Dental Practices
•NHS Mental Health Units/Psychotherapy Clinics
•Special Needs – learning & behavioural difficulties and mental health
•Residential Care and Nursing Homes•Local Council Health and Harmony Events treating post natal mothers, Asian Elders, and others
•Medical & Paramedical (many members of the UK Reiki Federation are also practising doctors)
•Social Services Day Care Centres
•Drug & Alcohol Abuse/Addiction Programmes + Substance Abusers & Families Support Networks
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