The Mail & Guardian reports that the NHS is allowing reiki to be used alongside conventional treatments:
The United Lincolnshire Hospital NHS Trust recently advertised for a Reiki therapist to provide spiritual healing to cancer and 'acutely unwell' patients at a hospital in England.
University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust already has an in-house Reiki therapist and South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust also uses reiki healing.
A House of Lords report published in 2000 classified it as a class 2 complementary therapy.
This follows on an International tend towards the recovery and healing benefits of complementary therapy. Reiki is becoming a therapy of choice for many Britons as evidence of healing becomes widely publicised and accepted.
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