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Future Studies in Development

The Institute is seeking philanthropic support from private foundations,  individual  patrons and  corporate sponsors to  our public charity to underwrite  landmark Healing Studies.  Each of the following  studies was named after a study participant who took part in a  study  and experienced  substantial improvement  in his or her health challenge. These preliminary successes in  studies  provide a moral imperative to further study and learn  more about spontaneous and rapid healing.  
 
FUTURE STUDIES  in Development (2016- 2018)
*each future study in development will commence when 50% of the cost to underwrite the study is in place. 
 
Rapid Wound Healing  Study( Post Trauma)
“The Rosalie Study:” Exploring and documenting the efficacy of Integrating  mind-body-spirit  practices and Interventions to accelerate rehabilitation and restore function. (10 Participants, M-F, Pediatric to Geriatric) 
 
Rapid Burn Healing Study                                     
"The Chase Study:” Exploring and documenting the efficacy of integrating mind-body-spirit practices and interventions to accelerate healing, and ameliorate pain in burn cases. Preliminary case-studies have demonstrated benevolent effects (i.e. accelerated healing, reduction of swelling, and amelioration of pain) in the care of burn cases. (10 Participants, M-F, Pediatric to Geriatric)
 
Spinal Injury Healing Study (Post-Trauma)
 "The Chris Study:" A  study exploring the efficacy of integrating a mind-body-spirit approach to improve the health, function and quality of life of participants suffering  from the effects of spinal injury. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise to improve health, function, and quality of life. (10 Participants, M- F, Pediatric to Geriatric)
 
Peripheral Arterial Disease of the Legs and Feet Study
“The Fred Study.” Exploring the efficacy of spiritually based practices and interventions to increase blood flow to the lower extremities in the care of participants at risk of amputation.
 
Rapid Rehabilitative Healing  for the Professional and Olympic Athlete Study
“The Sebastian Study:”  This study will seek to explore and document the efficacy of a non-invasive mind-body-sprit approach to achieve rapid  rehabilitative healing  effects in the care of professional  and Olympic athletes. (10 Participants, M-F)
 
Neurological Disorder Study
“The Matthew Study:” Exploring and documenting the efficacy of Integrating  mind-body-spirit  practices and Interventions to improve the symptoms associated with neurological disorders. (20 Participants, M-F, Pediatric to Geriatric) 
 
Nerve Damage Healing Study (Post Surgery)                   
“The Leers Study:” Exploring and documenting the efficacy of integrating mind-body-spirit practices and interventions to accelerate the recovery of sensory and motor function in the care of study participants diagnosed with nerve damage and loss of motor function. (10 Participants, M- F, Pediatric to Geriatric)
 
Rapid Bone Healing Study
 “The Greg Study:” Exploring and documenting the efficacy of integrating mind-body-spirit based practices and interventions to  achieve rapid bone healing, post trauma and post-surgery. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise in achieving accelerated bone healing.(10 Participants, M- F, Pediatric to Geriatric)
 
Post Surgical  Rapid Healing of the Extremities Study
"The Sean Study:" Documenting the   efficacy of  integrating   a mind-body-spirit approach post-surgery to  deliver  rapid healing and  accelerated return of  mobility in the legs and arms.  (10 Participants, M- F, Pediatric to Geriatric)
 
Integrative Approaches to the Care of Obesity Study
“The Joseph Study.” Exploring the efficacy of spiritually based practices and interventions to improve the health and wellness of participant suffering from obesity. The study will both augment participant care with spiritually based practices and interventions and educate participants in behavioral change strategies that have shown great promise in assisting the obese in weight management.
 
 Rapid Anti - Inflammatory  Healing  Study 
 “The Groff Study.” Exploring the capacity of mind-body-spirit practices and interventions to achieve  rapid anti-inflammatory  healing effects across a wide breadth of inflammatory conditions. (10 Participants, M- F, Pediatric to Geriatric)
 
Scoliosis  Healing Study 
“The Lily Study.” This study will seek to gauge the efficacy of a mind-body-spirit approach to improve the health of participants suffering from scoliosis. The study will include pre and post intervention documentation and conducted by an integrative team of healthcare professionals. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise  to achieve benevolent healing effects.  (10 Participants, M-F, Pediatric to Geriatric) 
 
Regenerative Healing Study 
 “The Stewart Study:” Exploring the efficacy of integrating mind-body-spirit practices and interventions to regenerate hard tissue (bone) and soft tissue (muscle) post-trauma/post-operative. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated promise in regenerating tissue. (10 Participants, M- F, Pediatric to Geriatric)
 
 Persistent Coma Healing Study   
“The Petra Study:” Exploring the efficacy of integrating mind-body-spirit interventions to rapidly accelerate  recovery from persistent coma. Preliminary case studies have demonstrated substantial promise in achieving cessation in persistent coma.(10 Participants, M- F, Pediatric to Geriatric)
 
Non-Invasive  Aesthetic Improvement  Healing Study 
 “The Ward Study:” This Landmark Research Study is exploring and documenting the efficacy of non-invasive healing interventions to achieve rapid non invasive  aesthetic improvement.  Preliminary  outcome  studies have demonstrated substantial promise of these practices to achieve rapid anti-aging and aesthetic  benefits. 
(10 Participants, M-F)
 
Cranio-Facial Surgery  Post Surgical  Healing  Study 
“The Sammy Study:" Exploring and documenting the efficacy of integrating  complimentary and alternative modalities in the care of cranio facial participants to  deliver  improved aesthetic appearance and quality-of-life .   Genetic disorders and trauma. (10 Participants, M- F, Pediatric to Geriatric)
 
Plantar Fasciitis  Healing Study   
“The Lee Study.” Exploring the efficacy of  mind body spirit interventions and practices to improve quality of life and improved function in individuals suffering from plantar fasciitis. (10 Participants, M- F, Pediatric to Geriatric)
 
Longevity and Quality-Of-Life Study                               
“The Nancy  Study “  Exploring the efficacy of  mind body spirit  practices and interventions to  improve quality of life and extend longevity. (10 Participants, M- F, Pediatric to Geriatric)
 
Note:  Each study will be conducted by an interdisciplinary team . The Healing  Study Selection Committee  will select candidates based on established criteria.  Budgets for studies are subject to change depending on availability and professional fees required to engage the requisite team of healthcare professionals to execute each study. Each study will commence once half of the study budget is raised for that category. To find out about underwriting a study or sponsoring study participants please email the institute .