About Ken Kramer

 Ken Kramer has been studying with Master Fa Xiang Hou for over 20 years. In the past, he used Qigong Therapy only for research and helping friends and family. Only after a something tragic happened in his life did he realize he could help everyone else. In June of 2012 while visiting family in Panama, his six year old son fell off a horse and hit his head on a rock. They were so far away from any hospitals that it took about four hours to get to a hospital. They were up in the mountains and the only way to get him to a hospital was by horse. His son had bled out, but Ken did Qigong during the whole time while he had him in my arms. His son had two major surgeries and the doctors still cannot explain how he survived. That is when he realized he has the ability to help people.

Ken Kramer practices a form of medical Qigong known as Ching Loon San Dian Xue Mi Gong Fa. He is a senior student who has studied continuosly with Master Fa Xiang Hou. Ching Loon San Dian Mi Gong Fa has been passed down father to son, in Master Hou's family for five generations. Other than Master Hou, no one in the world is more effective than Ken in this form of medical qigong therapy [1].  In 2006 and 2007 he participated in two research studies at Robert Wood Johnson UMDNJ. In 2006 he participated in a Pilot Study of External Qigong Therapy on Patients with Fibromyalgia and in 2007  Effects of External Qigong on Patients with Osteoarthritis of the Knee A Randomized Controlled Trial. 
 Ken is committed to promoting the benefits of Qigong Medical therapy, exercise, and meditation, and to validate the benefits of Qigong through clinical research. 


[1] Master Hou, The only known master of Ching Loon San Dian Mi Gong Fa 10/16