Study of Therapeutic Effect of the High Genki Apparatus
I believe that treatment using the High Genki Apparatus is remarkable even compared to acupuncture. A comparison of the treatment effects of acupuncture and the High Genki Apparatus after more than 20 years experience as an acupuncturist has led me to the following conclusions:
- 1. The speed at which a patient’s affected area improved using the High Genki Apparatus was sometimes slower than with acupuncture, but in all cases symptoms were relieved.
- 2. With High Genki Apparatus treatment, all patients were relaxed and felt comfortable. With acupuncture, some patients feel tension due to the expectation of pain from a needle even before there is any penetration.
- 3. For both acupuncture and the High Genki Apparatus, treatment results vary depending on the patient. For example, symptoms disappear during treatment, symptoms disappear with repeated treatment, or patient discontinues treatment. It is difficult to simply compare the two methods, but the therapeutic effect of the High Genki Apparatus is not necessarily less than that of acupuncture.
- ●Advantages of the High Genki Apparatus
- 1. For performing acupuncture and moxibustion therapy on patients, several years of training and a license are required, but High Genki Apparatus healing does not require a license. Initial training of High Genki Apparatus treatment is shorter and less expensive. Since it is simple and no specialist is needed for High Genki Apparatus treatment, people can treat each other.
- 2. Neither malpractice nor symptom exacerbation occur with High Genki Apparatus treatment. It is particularly safe.
- 3. Applications of High Genki Apparatus treatment vary: remote treatment, treatment of plants and animals, and treatment of even one’s surroundings.
- 4. Enormous capability can be gained from a small investment. Also, High Genki Apparatus is a self-improvement device.
(Abstract from High Genki Monthly Magazine, Dec. 2003 issue)
- Dr. Koei Kuwahara : Acupuncturist
- Born in Kagoshima, Japan, After graduating from the Tokyo Therapeutic Institute he became an apprentice to Master Kodo Fukushima who was a leading representative of traditional Japanese acupuncture. Five years later he opened his own acupuncture clinic. In 1990 he was introduced to Shinkiko, and attended Dr. Masato Nakagawa's one-week-seminar in Shimoda to deepen his understanding of Shinkiko. In the same year, he was invited by New the England School of Acupuncture in Boston to instruct as a visiting professor. Since then he has been in Boston and has been actively teaching and introducing Japanese acupuncture and Shinkiko. His passion to teach did not stop in the United States, but also carry him to Israel, England, Germany and other parts of the world. His additional passion is Aikido which he has been practicing for the past 38 years and is presently teaching in Boston. Currently he is an assistant professor at the New England School of Acupuncture, Representative for the Ki Science Institute, chairman for The Hari Society and president for the CULIA KI CLINIC INC.