Wednesday, February 14, 2007

RRC Lecture: Intuitive Medical Diagnosis

Historical, Research and Experiential Perspectives
A Presentation by Larry Burk, MD
Friday, February 23, 7:30-9pm

Larry Burk, MD, President of the Rhine Research Center Board of Directors is a musculoskeletal radiologist who has worked with a number of local and national medical intuitives. Dr. Burk was former Director of Education at the Duke Center for Integrative Medicine, and is now President of Healing Imager, Inc., in the private practice of teleradiology. He has made presentations on intuitive diagnosis at the NIH, the Parapsychological Association and the American Holistic Medical Association. Larry has been interested in this subject since Caroline Myss did a reading on one of his MRI patients in 1992. In 2001, he did a small pilot research project with John Palmer, Ph.D., at the Rhine Research Center, testing seven local intuitives.

This presentation will consist of an historical overview, a summary of research studies, and a brief introduction to the experience of intuitive diagnosis for the audience through a partnered exercise.

For directions to the Rhine Research Center or the Stedman Auditorium, and/or to register, call 919-309-4600, between 9 am-5 pm, Monday-Friday, or visit The Rhine website at

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