A new study analyzing the benefits of occupational therapy finds a correlation between floristry and improved symptoms associated with fibromyalgia. Conducted by medical experts at Israel’s Sheba Medical Center, Tel HaShomer, the study noted marked improvements in patients experiencing depression, anxiety and chronic pain.
Israeli medical researchers from Sheba Medical Center, Tel HaShomer, have produced a new study finding significant therapeutic benefits in the use of floristry as treatment for fibromyalgia.
Led by Prof. Howard Amital at Sheba Medical Center, the study included a total of 61 female fibromyalgia patients participating in a 12-week floral design class. After completing the course, researchers conducted extensive surveying to gauge the effects and any change in symptoms associated with fibromyalgia…[READ MORE]