Reconnective Healing gains global momentum after new study

Study shows Reconnective Healing has significantly greater healing impact on people with range of motion limitations than physical therapy.

A new study by the University of Arizona has shown that people who have range of motion limitations in their arms and shoulders show a greater level of healing and pain reduction with a 10-minute session of Reconnective Healing than when treated with physical therapy.

The study’s findings were demonstrated in a TV segment on the Dr. Oz Show. Dr. Mehmet Oz said he was “flabbergasted” at what he saw. A woman who couldn’t move her hands more than a foot from her hips for more than 20 years – and had tried every medical and alternative modality without success – instantly regained her full range of motion, raised her arms out, pain-free. Reconnective Healing discoverer and internationally bestselling author Dr. Eric Pearl demonstrated the power of Reconnective Healing before millions.

The study, coupled with this segment with Dr. Pearl on Dr. Oz, has propelled this form of alternative healing into the public consciousness and to the forefront of new healthcare options.

Reconnective Healing is a comprehensive, yet easy-to-learn healing approach that completely transcends “energy healing” and its complex techniques. It accesses vibrational frequencies that are self-correcting and are accessible to everyone.

You don’t need a scientific degree, a medical license or even medical insurance to take advantage of this opportunity to heal from chronic pain or serious illness – you can learn how to heal others and yourself in one weekend. As part of a Friday night introduction at his seminars, Dr. Pearl invites onstage audience members with visible ailments to demonstrate.

Reconnective Healing doesn’t require physical touch. People report healings from cerebral palsy, epilepsy, cancers, AIDS-related diseases, chronic fatigue syndrome, rheumatoid and osteoarthritis, range of motion limitations, chronic pain and more. The results are often instantaneous, as demonstrated on Dr. Oz, and tend to be life-lasting.

According to researchers who call it the forefront of “Information Medicine,” Reconnective Healing transcends imagination and the limitations of conceived human ability — and that scientists say even has the power to restructure DNA. Reconnective Healing practitioners interact with a bandwidth of vibrational frequencies that convey corrective information to the body and mind. Stanford Professor Emeritus Dr. William Tiller says, “When information carried through these frequencies is introduced, it creates coherence and order within the field and the body itself.”

The result: reports of regeneration instead of degeneration. Science Confirms Reconnective Healing, a book from a leading university scientist specializing in bioenergetic research, Dr. Konstantin Korotkov, chronicles studies that show that Reconnective Healing is a scientifically measurable tool in the hands of practitioners.

Dr. Pearl has taught more than 75,000 people how to become catalysts for healings — both for themselves and others. Dr. Pearl is the author of The Reconnection: Heal Others, Heal Yourself ­— an international bestseller — that relates his transformation from Los Angeles chiropractor into the first Reconnective Healer when his patients reported sudden healings even though he physically had not touched them.

Reconnective Healing has been clearly demonstrated in both practice and scientific research laboratories. Dr. Pearl and The Reconnection team have been working with scientists around the world to validate and understand the dynamics of this healing methodology.

The most recent study on Range of Motion was conducted by Dr. Ann Linda Baldwin and Dr. Gary Schwartz of the University of Arizona, Laboratory for the Advances in Consciousness and Health in the Department of Psychology & Department of Physiology at the university’s College of Medicine.

The study set out to determine if one 10-minute session of Reconnective Healing could increase the range of motion of those people with medically-diagnosed “frozen shoulder” or other range-limiting conditions including injury, arthritis and surgery. This was measured against a control group and physical therapy. The results showed that a 10-minute session of Reconnective Healing significantly improved range of motion by an average of 26 degrees in people with restricted shoulder mobility. The degree of improvement was greater than that produced by physical therapy. Reconnective Healing also reduced the pain reported by participants as they regained the ability to raise their arms.

The Range of Motion study adds to the growing scientific proof of the power of Reconnective Healing, including studies that demonstrate it restructuring our DNA and improving athletic performance. But it is the evidence of people who interact with healing frequencies as catalysts that indicate a human equation. These practitioners see the results in their clients and experience the satisfaction of helping someone regain freedom of movement and greatly reduce or totally eliminate their pain.

“We are on the threshold of a whole new era of health care,” says Dr. Pearl. “And Reconnective Healing shows that we can take healing into our own hands.”


The Next Reconnective Healing Seminar is slated for Nov. 8-10 in Toronto ONT. An initial Friday evening “Essence of Healing” presentation by Dr. Eric Pearl is available for $21CAD. To learn more, go to

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