Prestigious Journal Publishes Study Concluding Reconnective Healing Resolves Range of Motion Limitations More Effectively Than Physical Therapy

The Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine

Publishes Study Concluding that Reconnective Healing is



University of Arizona Researchers Found People With Shoulder Movement Restrictions Had Significantly More Movement After 10-Minutes of Reconnective Healing


A study by researchers at The University of Arizona finds that people with range of motion limitations – inability to move without restriction – may find a considerable source of relief in Reconnective Healing. In a paper published in the Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, scientists determined that a 10-minute session of Reconnective Healing is “significantly more effective than physical therapy.”


Observes the study: Reconnective Healing practitioners, without touching the body, “work with their hands to sense . . . the bio fields, which are the energy fields that surround living beings.”


The study was conducted by researchers Ann Linda Baldwin, PhD, Kristin Fullmer, PhD and Gary Schwartz, PhD at The University of Arizona’s Laboratory for the Advances in Consciousness and Health, Department of Psychology & Department of Physiology, College of Medicine.


The scientists set out to determine if one 10-minute Reconnective Healing session could increase the range of motion and arm elevation of those people with medically-diagnosed shoulder restriction or other range-limiting conditions. Oftentimes such restrictions are a result of injuries, mastectomies, other surgeries, arthritis, and/or other joint dysfunction. This session with Reconnective Healing was measured against a control group and physical therapy, as well as other modalities. The subjects’ range of motion was documented before and after each treatment session.

The results were definitive: Reconnective Healing yielded more than double the results of physical therapy. Reconnective Healing significantly improved range of motion by an average of 26-degrees in people with restricted shoulder mobility. Physical therapy averaged only a 12-degree improvement.


The findings led the researchers to observe, “The results suggest that it would be beneficial for physical therapists to be trained in Reconnective Healing… as well as PT so that they could reduce the need for manual work on patients, at least in cases of shoulder limitations.”



About Reconnective Healing:



Reconnective Healing was discovered by Eric Pearl, DC, a doctor who has worked with scientists associated with such prestigious institutions such as Harvard, Yale, and Stanford, to quantify and understand the dynamics of what Stanford Professor Emeritus and researcher Dr. William Tiller has termed the “cutting-edge of information medicine.” Reconnective Healing consists of a spectrum of energy, light and information that is self correcting and can restore the body to a state of optimal balance. Scientists have also conducted studies on Reconnective Healing’s ability to repair damaged DNA and support peak athletic performance. The most recent published research in the last year demonstrates Reconnective Healing to be more than two times as effective in range of motion cases then physical therapy. Range of Motion Journal Study can be found here: More than 90,000 people around the world have been trained in Reconnective Healing, and there are over 40,000 active practitioners worldwide. Reconnective Healing is a comprehensive, yet easy-to-learn approach to complementary healthcare. For more information on Reconnective Healing, visit or call (323) 960-0012.


Editor: Summaries of other scientific studies on Reconnective Healing are also available upon request.



Jackie Lapin

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