The methods used in Institute "Kundawell"
Qigong - the art of training physical and mental abilities through the regulation of breathing, body, mind, in order to achieve longevity, health, discover the potential, spiritual awakening.
Qigong originated in China and has a long history, in ancient times qigong was called alchemy, meditation, etc. The theory of classical qigong is based on the theory of Chinese medicine, which has developed since ancient times. Qigong, in the process of its formation and development over several millennia, gradually, based on the theoretical foundations and treatment modes of Taoism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Chinese medicine has formed its deep theoretical system.
Qigong, along with Chinese medicine and martial arts, is one of the important components of traditional Chinese culture. Many people around the world take a great interest in it.
Qigong has a unique, effective methods of health promotion. Theoretical foundations of Qigong are based on a holistic approach to the comprehension of life. With the active training of consciousness, aimed at studying, transformation and improvement of inner life, can be achieved the improvement of vital functions of body.
Qigong therapy awakens the initiative in patients who are able to do exercises by oneself and under guidance of a physician, they can increase self-control over their body, achieve a significant results in improving health.
Qigong – is a method of treatment with a holistic approach to the treatment of diseases, its scope is very broad. It is mainly used to prevent disease, restore mental and physical health.
Used in the treatment and rehabilitation of chronic diseases.
1. Respiratory diseases: asthma, chronic bronchitis, chronic obstructive pulmonary emphysema.
2. Digestive diseases: chronic gastritis, gastric and duodenal ulcers, ptosis, chronic enteritis, diseases of the rectum and anus, chronic diseases of the liver, gall bladder, pancreas.
3. Cardiovascular diseases: ischemic heart disease, hypertension, cardiovascular disease.
4. Nervous system disorders: headaches, sciatica, rehabilitation, stroke, brain damage and nervous system.
5. Psychiatric disorders: neuroses, insomnia, sexual disorders, drug addiction.
6. Endocrine diseases and metabolic disorders: menopause, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, obesity, hyperthyroidism, etc.
7. Diseases of the genitourinary system: chronic nephritis, pyelonephritis, chronic urinary tract infections, urinary incontinence, benign prostatic hypertrophy, chronic prostatitis.
8. Gynecological disorders: dysmenorrhea, menstrual disorders, premenstrual syndrome, pelvic inflammatory disease, an inflammation of the appendages, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, uterine prolapse, etc.
9. Movement disorders: pain in the neck, shoulder, back, legs (cervical spondylosis, lumbar disc hernia), sports injuries of soft tissues, etc.
10. All types of pain, autoimmune diseases, neoplastic diseases rehabilitation.