Posts Tagged ‘Rami Rones’

Practicing Qigong Helps Fight Cancer

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

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On Saturday, Rami Rones talked about the use of tai chi and qigong with individuals suffering from arthritis. Research (joint studies from the United States and China) now shows that this intervention may also help fight cancer.

Yuan Zheng Ping, head of the Cancer Rehabilitation Club in China, was diagnosed with malignant lymphoma 28 years ago and after studying Guolin qigong in Beijing started the Cancer Rehab Club in 1989 to teach others. He did a survey in 1993 with 1,500 cancer patients and found that after practicing Guolin qigong for 5 years there was about an 85 percent recovery rate. A second survey was carried out in 2003 and of 7000 cancer patients more than 60 percent had survived over 5 years.
Subsequently, the University of Illinois and Shanghai University of Sports studied this relationship and found it can help cancer patients live longer and have a better quality of life.
Another study sponsored by the National Cancer Institute is in the first phase and researcher Wang Changwei in China says regardless of quality of life, exercise ability, or health condition those who practiced Guolin qigong are far better off than those who don’t exercise qigong. The study is in its initial phase and a large scale study should take 3 to 5 years to confirm the validity of qigong and cancer recovery.

Holistic Health Show Last Night on Arthritis Included Interviews with Dr Elizabeth R. Lombardo, Frank Titus, and Rami Rones.

Sunday, October 25th, 2009

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Dr Carl O Helvie interviewed Dr Elizabeth R. Lombardo, Frank Titus and Rami Rones on BBS Radio last night. Dr Lombardo helps arthritis patients increase happiness and decrease stress in their lives and discussed the interventions she uses. More information on her background was presented earlier on this website and can be found at: www.controlstressforgood.com

Frank (center) is the Founder of Titus Motion Therapy and Director of the Health Through Motion Center in Santa Monica, California where he treats clients locally and world wide using this intervention. More information was presented earlier on this site and is available at www.titusmotiontherapy.com

Rami has won many gold metals for Tai Chi and has DVD’s and a book on this subject. He works with arthritis patients through direct service and research. More information was presented earlier on this site and can be found at: http://www.ramelrones.com

The interview follows:

Frank Titus, Founder of Titus Motion Therapy and Rami Rones, multiple Gold Medal Winner for Tai Chi and other Martial Arts to be Interviewed on the Holistic Health Show

Wednesday, October 21st, 2009

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My second guest for Saturday is Frank Titus, (left) Founder of Titus Motion Therapy that uses individual exercises and stretches designed to get people out of pain. His success rate has been over 95% treating such chronic painful conditions as herniated discs, sciatica, whiplash, carpel tunnel, migraine, fibromyalgia, TMJ, rotator cuff injuries, degenerative joint disease, tennis elbow, ACL injuries, and arthritis. In 2005 he opened the Health Through Motion Center in Santa Monica and in addition to treating those in the Los Angeles area he treats clients throughout the world via video consultation including clients as far away as New Zealand.

Those treated have included many high profile clients in the entertainment and sports world including Olympians, and PGA, NFL, PBA, ATP, AVP, and NBA athletes as well as yoga teachers, musicians, and doctors. He also hosts the #1 talk radio show The Painkillers on 97.1 FM and was the only non-medical doctor to appear on the American Health Journal award winning television series on PBS. Frank will talk about Titus Motion Therapy on the show. More information is available at: www.titusmotiontherapy.com

My last guest on Saturday is Rami Rones who moved to Boston from Israel in 1983 to study martial arts with renown traditional master Dr Yang-Jwing Ming. Over the years Rami has won many gold medals in martial arts including 3 time gold medalist in Shanghi, China for Tai Chi, External and Internal Weapons, and Tai Chi and Kung Fu Sword. He also won gold medals for Tai Chi Pushing Hands and Tai Chi Sword in the International North America Chinese Martial Art Competition.

He now focuses his attention on helping people with cancer, arthritis, aging and stress using Tai Chi and QiGong. He is a scientific consultant of body-mind therapy at Dane Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard and Tufts Medical Schools as well as author of numerous scientific publications. He has been featured in magazines and newspapers, and on radio and television programs. One of his latest research reports was Tai Chi is Effective in Treating Knee Osteoarthritis: A Randomized Controlled Trial presented at the International Tai Chi Chaun Symposium in July 2009 in Nashville, Tennessee at Vanderbuilt University. He has published two DVD’s on Tai Chi and his latest book is Sunrise Tai Chi: Simplified Tai Chi for Health and Longevity
More information is available at: http://www.ramelrones.com