Patient Testimonial

 We have been applying the oil together each evening. I feel better waking up in the mornings than I have for some time now.
Thanks!

Patient Testimonial

My personal understanding, and thus my personal health, is vastly better for it.  And it is, in my opinion, vitally important to call a spade a spade when we are talking about “holistic medicine.”

Patient Testimonial

It works. I'm living proof. Bless you with all the thanks I have. This came from a 90 year old who saw Dr. Shealy 30 years ago.

Patient Testimonial

Years  ago  I had surgery for a massive herniated disk in my neck.  Following  the  surgery I experienced a good bit of post surgical pain, primarily in the neck and shoulders. In comparison  to the herniation pain, this was nothing,  however it was a low grade, persistent,  annoying pain that came and went as it willed for months.  The surgeon and his staff  had done their thing and the physical therapist had no more tricks to help me. I remembered that while lying in bed with this problem (before  surgery)  I had listened to extraordinary audio tapes of a Dr. Shealy /Caroline Myss  workshop about healing.  So I called Dr. Shealy's office  to see if he could help me.  Within a  couple of weeks I found myself in Missouri at Dr. Shealy's amazing  clinic where he evaluated the problem and designed my healing program. He used numerous modalities daily at the clinic. These were daily use of TENS, Exercise, Water therapy, Past Life Regression, massage, Copper Wall, Music Bed (vibration), and RePatterning of Thought applied throughout the body. The protocol of applications used on me were designed to work on the subtle bodies as well as the physical. After a week at the clinic I returned  home absolutely pain free. What a relief!  I felt that I got my life back!  The post surgical pain never returned. I have continued to use some of the modalities I learned at the clinic in order to support a healthy life, especially autogenic training and the RelaxMate. 

​"It is a comprehensive approach that includes, especially in acute situations, appropriate drugs or surgery. When that is not curative, the approach MUST include the broadest possible physical, mental, emotional and spiritual tools.

Holistic Medicine

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Patient Testimonial

To sum up how the Bliss oils are helping? When applied; they bring me a sense of emotional comfort, they help my body and mind relax which is helping me use less medication, the Bliss Oils are an important part of my self health care, my progress in PT is r/t these oils, I have come trust the essence of The Bliss Oils, I feel my internal progress has been in part brought about by the cumulative effect these oils are having on me. The oils due have a cumulative effect on the body systems. My CNS is calmer since the consistent use of Air Bliss (fewer PTSD symptoms), Water Bliss brought about a major break through in forgiving a family member (a nice quiet unconditional forgiveness). I use Crystal Bliss everyday due the stress of my physical condition, work and family responsibilities. The pain I experience is everyday but it's intensity varies day to day. Fire and Earth Bliss are used everyday and their cumulative effect shows in the reduced amount of medication I need everyday. I have gotten over that self centeredness and begun to use the Air Bliss prior to work no longer worrying what "others" may think about "the smell".

Patient Testimonial

 My son is having a great response to the air bliss, a thousand thanks

Patient Testimonial

 Wow, it’s opened my heart to receive in a way I could never do before. Thank you so much for all you do and your connection to your Divine Helpers. I LOVE the Sacred Rings and the Bliss oils smell wonderful!!


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By the time he was 4 years old, C. Norman Shealy knew he wanted to be a physician.
​Just how far down the road that would take him, he could never have imagined at that time.
Now, Dr. Shealy’s ideas have been the foundation for pain management therapies used worldwide,
and the ”Shealy Program” is the mainstay of chronic pain treatment and management sought by
patients and physicians alike.

Shortly after graduating from Duke Medical School, and beginning his career as an accomplished
neurosurgeon, Dr. Shealy noted: ”The most common symptom in the world is pain, and yet nobody
specializes in it.” At this early phase of his medical life, he decided to look into pain, what causes it,
what we can do about it, and how it affects us as human beings.

He had not been investigating long before he recognized that the majority of long term fixes for chronic pain did not come from the established medical community, but from the ”folk domain.”  Shealy began a series of research and experimental processes which included any ideas he could come across that claimed to be able to treat chronic pain in the long term without the use of narcotic medications. Consulting and researching with acupuncturists, mystics, faith healers, color therapists, folk healers, and other non-traditional therapists, and blending this new knowledge with his medical background, Dr. Shealy came to the conclusion that, while none of these methods was THE cure for chronic pain, almost all of them had developed a documented history of being able to successfully eliminate chronic pain in a

good number of their attempts. It is at this juncture that he decided that ”It is the interaction of the

four main fields of stress; the chemical, physical, electromagnetic, and emotional; that is the cause

of all illness..not some, all.”

Now, Shealy embarked on a lifelong quest to find ways to manage successfully chronic pain. He
opened his first pain management clinic in La Crosse, Wisconsin and developed a long series of
successes in treating patients who had been otherwise untreatable. During this period, he
developed a device called the dorsal column stimulator, which uses small electrical currents to
adjust the electromagnetic fields within the spinal column. The stimulator was so successful in
treating previously untreatable chronic back pain that it has become a favored treatment for pain
by physicians world-wide. The breakthroughs generated by the dorsal column stimulator
contributed directly to the development and patenting of the TENS system of elecrical stimulation,
​a pain treatment regimen now in demand throughout the medical community.

The cost-effectiveness of Shealy’s treatments for back pain have led to a series of breakthroughs
culminating in the discovery of urgently low levels of a chemical known as DHEA in almost all
patients suffering chronic pain. Shealy’s further research developed a procedure that could
effectively raise these DHEA levels in humans, without the use of medications, and his studies
documented the cessation of this chronic pain in almost all subjects studied. His now patented
​system for curing chronic pain is used by traditional and non-traditional practitioners in nearly

every specialty today.

While conducting all of this research, Dr. Shealy noted an abnormally large group of patients he

was treating for chronic pain were also clinically depressed. Wondering if there was some

connection between this chronic pain and their clinical depression, he sought and gained a Ph.D.

in psychology. Further study did show, in fact, that with or without chronic pain, depressed persons

also showed a low level of DHEA, and so he began a course of highly successful treatment of

chronic clinical depression, again by naturally raising the patients DHEA levels without the use of

drugs or medications. Current studies are underway by Shealy and many others to try to determine

to what extent other illnesses may or may not be associated with abnormal DHEA levels, and may

be treated non-pharmocologically, by adjusting those levels therapeutically.

In 1999, Dr. Shealy retired from actively seeing patients, and spends his time now dedicated to
further research and teaching. Having begun his career by alternative forms of treatment for
patients, he now desires, through research, teaching, and writing, to blend what he and others
have learned via his discoveries with the more traditonal approaches to medicine, allowing his
approaches to benefit patients in all medical specialties.

Norm and his wife of 40 years, Mary-Charlotte, live in Missouri, where Chardy is also known

world-wide for her Success-Centered Riding and Training. When Norm and Chardy aren’t

”horsing around”, they enjoy visits from their three children; Brock, an attorney in Kansas City

and Atlanta; Craig, a clinical psychologist teaching in Virginia; and Laurel, an attorney in

Springfield, MO. They also dote on their five grandchildren.

C. Norman Shealy entered Duke University at age 16 and Duke Medical School at 19. He was

elected to both Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha honor societies and became the

permanent class officer of his graduating medical school class. He interned in Internal Medicine

at Duke and then had a year of General Surgery at Banes Hospital, followed by a five year residency

in Neurosurgery at Harvard’s Massachusetts General Hospital. He is Board Certified in Neurological

Surgery. In 1961 he spent 9 months working with Sir John Eccles, Nobel Laureate, at the Australian

National University. In 1977 he earned a Ph.D. in Psychology from Saybrook Institute, the leading  
Humanistic Psychology school. And he received a Doctor of Science degree from Ryodoraku Institute.

He then spent 3½ years at Western Reserve Medical School, where his research led to both Dorsal Column Stimulation and Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS™), both now used worldwide to help control pain. In 1966 he became Chief of Neurosciences at Gundersen Clinic, one of the 10 largest clinics in the U.S. In 1971 he founded the first comprehensive pain and stress management clinic in the world. The Shealy Institute was recognized for several years as the most successful and most cost effective pain clinic in the U.S. Over a 30 year period his clinic treated over 30,000 chronically ill patients with a remarkable 85% success rate.

His other contributions include:

Winner of first Harold G. Wolff award for excellence in pain research
Biogenics®, a ”software” system for biofeedback training and self-regulation
Facet rhizotomy, a safe technique for management of back pain
Medical Intuition as a diagnostic tool
Trained several notable Medical Intuitives, including Caroline M. Myss
Cranial Electrical Stimulation for control of depression
Founder and first President of American Holistic Medical Association
Founded the Ambrose and Olga Worrall Institute for Spiritual Healing
Founded Holos Institutes of Health, Inc., a 502-C-3 organization for research and education
Developed the concept of neurochemical profiling as critical diagnostic systems for depression
Developed the Shealy RelaxMate™, the most successful adjunct for relaxation
Discovered 4 unique natural techniques for rejuvenating the body’s ability to make DHEA, the most critical hormone for determining health
Developed an advanced computerized traction table for treatment of headache and back pain
Demonstrated that transdermal application of magnesium is much more effective than oral supplementation
Developed the SheLi TENS™, accepted by the FDA for treatment of pain
Co-Founded with Caroline Myss the American Board for Scientific Medical Intuition
Founded and is President of Holos University Graduate Seminary, a graduate school, accredited by New Thought Accreditation Commission, offering doctoral degrees in spiritual healing and Energy Medicine
Has 9 United States patents
Holistic Person of the Year, 1985, AHMA
Stress Award, 1997, American Institute of Stress
Elmer and Alyce Green Award, 1998, ISSSEEM
Pearl Award, 2000, Bio-Medical Synergistics Education Institute
Founding Diplomate, American Board of Holistic Medicine, 2000
Spurgeon English Humanitarian Award, 2002, Temple University
Senior Fellow Emeritus, 2003, Biofeedback Certification Institute of America
Professor Emeritus of Energy Medicine, Greenwich University
He has over 312 publications, including 23 books. His first major public book, 90 DAYS TO
SELF-HEALTH sold 130,000 copies.

He has appeared on numerous national TV programs, including The Tomorrow Show, The Joan
Rivers program, Geraldo, Good Morning, America, the Today Show, Oprah, the Wisdom Channel, and scores of regional and local television and radio programs. He has had for 20 years the most popular call-in radio show in the Ozarks on KWTO, 560 AM. He publishes a free weekly e-newsletter.

Since 1971 he has lectured worldwide at hundreds of medical schools, universities, hospitals and churches, with up to 100 appearances each year.


Curriculum Vitae


C. Norman Shealy, M.D., Ph.D.
Date and Place of Birth: December 4, 1932
Columbia, South Carolina

CURRENT APPOINTMENTS

President, Holos Institutes of Health
President Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Energy Medicine,   Holos University Graduate

Seminary
Professor Emeritus of Energy Medicine, Greenwich University
Founding President, American Holistic Medical Association (1978-1980)

CURRENT BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEMBER

Holos Institutes of Health
Biogenics, II, LLC
International Science of Mind Church for Spiritual Healing
American Board of Scientific Medical Intuition

ADVISORY BOARDS

The Healers
American Board of Medical Psychotherapists, Professional Advisory Council
Scottsdale Institute for Health & Medicine
The Lawrence LeShan Institute, Inc.
Peaceworks
Institute for Natural Healing
Clinical Electromedical Research Academy
Gladys Taylor McGarey Medical Foundation, Inc.
Council for an Effective Health Plan
Complete Wellness Education, Inc. (Educational Board)
Wellness Information Network
International Holistic Health Centre
National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine
Alliance for Transforming the Lives of Children
Academy of Intuitive Studies and Intuition Medicine
Practical Pain Management
National Institute of Whole Health

EDITORIAL BOARDS

Cutting Edge Health Letter
International Journal of Pain Therapy
Journal of Regression Therapy
Pegasus Way
Medical Electronics
Practical Pain Management

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

Professor of Energy Medicine, Holos University Graduate Seminary, 2000-2009
Professor Emeritus of Energy Medicine, 2009–
Founding President and CEO Holos University Graduate Seminary 2000-2008
Chair, Department of Energy Medicine, Greenwich University 1995-2000
Affiliated Faculty in Pain Management, University of the Pacific May 1991-1996
Chairman, American Academy of Pain Management Certification – Examination Committee 1989-1997
Clinical Professor and Professor of Clinical Research, Forest Institute of Professional Psychology 1986-1999
Adjunct Faculty, Drury College, Department of Psychology – September 1982-1986; 1990-1997
Clinical Associate, University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, Department of Psychology October 14, 1971-March 1982
Associate Clinical Professor of Neurosurgery, University of Minnesota Medical School – January 1970-1975
Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurosurgery, University of Wisconsin Medical School – January 1967-July 30, 1974
Chief, Neurosurgery Department, Gundersen Clinic and Lutheran Hospital, La Crosse, Wisconsin – September 1, 1966-October 16, 1971
Assistant Professor of Neurosurgery, Western Reserve University School of Medicine July 1966-September 30, 1966
Senior Instructor in Neurosurgery, Western Reserve University School of Medicine May 1963-July 1966
Teaching Fellow in Surgery, Harvard University School of Medicine – July 1962- May 1963
Assistant in Surgery, Washington University, St. Louis – July 1957-July 1958
Assistant in Medicine, Duke University School of Medicine – June 1956-June 1957

PATENTS

Shealy RelaxMate® System – Relaxation device and method.  U.S. Patent No.
5,242,376.  September 7, 1993.

Method for Enhancement of Dehydroepiandrosterone.  U.S. Patent No 5,609,617.
March 11, 1997.

Combination Non-intrusive Analgesic Neuroaugmentive System and Method
Trip-Modulated GigaTENS with Optional Bipolar Spike.  U.S. Patent No.
5,851,223.  December 22, 1998.

Compositions and Methods for Enhancement of Dehydroepiandrosterone.
U.S. Patent No. 5,891,853.  April 6, 1999.

Compact Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulator.  U.S. Patent No. 6,023,642.
February 8, 2000.

Apparatus for Therapeutic Treatment of Back Pain.  U.S. Patent No. 6,152,950.
November 28, 2000.

Electrical Stimulation to Increase Neurotensin Levels, U.S. Patent No. 6,233,489.
May 2001.

Electrical Stimulation to Reduce Free Radical Levels, U.S. Patent No. 6,751,506.
June 15, 2004.

Electrical Stimulation to Increase Calcitonin Levels, U.S. Patent No. 6,950,700
September 27, 2005.

Magnesium Containing Compositions and Methods for Enhancing DHEA Levels, U.S.
Patent No. 7,364,753, B2.  April 29, 2008

Relaxation Device and Method, U.S. Patent No. 7,645,226 B2
January 12, 2010.

EDUCATION

High School:    Camden High School – Camden, South Carolina
Graduated:    June 1949 – Valedictorian

College:  Duke University – Durham, North Carolina – September 1949-June 1952
Phi Beta Kappa

Medical School:  Duke University – Durham, North Carolina – October 1952-June 1956
Permanent Class Officer, Alpha Omega Alpha

Graduate Studies:  Humanistic Psychology Institute (Saybrook Institute) – 1974-1977

DEGREES

Bachelor of Science in Medicine, Doctor of Medicine, Duke University – 1956

Post Graduate School:  Saybrook Institute, San Francisco – 1977 – Ph.D.

D.Sc.:  Ryodoraku Research Institute of North America, Inc., Kansas City, Missouri
1979 – Doctor of Science

MILITARY SERVICE

Active Naval Reserves – 1956-1963 – Honorable Discharge

INTERNSHIP & RESIDENCY

Medical Intern, Duke Hospital – Durham, North Carolina – June 1956-June 1957
Assistant Resident in Surgery, Barnes Hospital – St. Louis, Missouri – July 1957-July 1958.
Research and Clinical Fellow in Neurosurgery, Massachusetts General Hospital – Boston; Fellowship – National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis – July 1958-May 1959
Assistant Resident in Neurosurgery, Massachusetts General Hospital – May 1959-August 1962
Clinical and Research Fellow in Neurosurgery, Massachusetts General Hospital; Special Fellow – Institute of Neurological Disease and Blindness, Public Health Service, spent under Professor Sir John Eccles, Australian National University, Canberra – April 1961-December 1961
Clinical Assistant in Neurosurgery, Massachusetts General Hospital – September 1962-May 1963

SPECIALTY BOARD CERTIFICATION

American Board of Neurological Surgery (1965)
Biofeedback Certification Institute of America (1982; recertified 1987;
recertified 1990; Senior Fellow 1999)
American Board of Medical Psychotherapists (1988)
American Board of Pain Management (1989-2012 Retired)
American Board of Somnology (1989; recertified 1992)
American Board of Sexology (1991)

LICENSURE

Missouri (#MD R6A47)

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

Fellow, American College of Surgeons
Fellow, American College of Preventive Medicine
American Medical Association
Missouri State Medical Society
Greene County Medical Society
The Harvey Cushing Society (American Association of Neurological Surgeons)
Active 1966-1979; Inactive 1979-present
International Association for the Study of Pain
American Holistic Medical Association (First President, 1978-1980)
Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback
Association for Humanistic Psychology
Association for Research and Enlightenment
Fellow and Diplomate, American Board of Medical Psychotherapists
Society of Integrative Medicine

MARITAL STATUS

Widowed April 2011, after 52 years of marriage to Mary-Charlotte Shealy, B.S.N., R.N., Ph.D.
Three children – Brock, Craig and Laurel

BIBLIOGRAPHY

BOOKS

Shealy, C.N. (1969).  Spinal acuology, the technic of diagnostic and therapeutic      injections into the spine.  Charles Thomas, Springfield, Illinois.

Shealy, C.N. (1975). Occult Medicine Can Save your Life.  Dial Press: New York

Shealy, C.N. (1976).  The Pain Game.  Celestial Arts, Millbrae, California

Shealy, C.N. (1976).  Biogenic Health Maintenance.  Self-Health Systems:  La
Crosse, WI.

Shealy, C.N. (1975). Occult Medicine Can Save your Life.  Dial Press: New York

Shealy, C.N. (1977).  90 Days to Self-Health.  The Dial Press:  New York.

Shealy, C.N. and Shealy, M.C. (1981).  To Parent or Not.  Donning Publishers.

Myss, C.M. and Shealy, C.N.  (1987).  Aids Passageway to Transformation.  Stillpoint Publishing:  Walpole, NJ.  (Also published in Dutch, Japanese and Spanish

Shealy, C.N. and Myss, C.M.  (1988).  The Creation of Health.  Stillpoint International, Inc:  Walpole, NH.  (Also published in German, Portuguese, and Japanese

Shealy, C.N.  (1984).  Speedy Gourmet.  Brindabella Books:  Ariel, Ohio.

Shealy, C.N.  (1993).  Third Party Rape:  The Conspiracy to Rob You of Health Care.  Galde Press, Inc., St. Paul, MN

Shealy, C.N.  (1993).  The Self-Healing Workbook:  Your Personal Plan for Stress Free Living.  Element Books, Rockport, MA. (Also published in German & Polish)

Shealy, C.N.  (1996).  DHEA The Youth and Health Hormone.  Keats Publishing, Inc.:  New Canaan, CT.

Shealy, C.N.   (1996).  Miracles Do Happen.  Element Book:  Rockport, MA.  (also published in Hebrew by Or Am Publishers, Israel, 1997)

Shealy, C.N.  (Consultant Editor)  (1996).  The Complete Family Guide to Alternative Medicine:  An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Natural Healing.  Element Books, Inc.:  Rockport, MA.  General Editor:  Richard Thomas.

Shealy, C.N.  (Editor in Chief).  (1998).  The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Healing Remedies.  Element Books, Inc.:  Boston, MA.  Element Books:  Australia  Reprinted 2012, as The Healing Remedies Source Book, Da Capo Press, Boston

Shealy, C.N.  (1998).  Nutrition for – Energy – Youth – Longevity – Health – Sexual Potency.  Brindabella Books:  Fair Grove, Missouri

Shealy, C.N.  (Consulting Editor)  (1999).  Well Being for Mind, Body and Spirit.  Godsfield Press:  Great Britain.

Shealy, C.N.  (1999).  Sacred Healing.  Element Books, Inc.:  Boston, MA.

Shealy, C.N.  (1993, 1999).  90 Days to Stress Free Living.  Element Books, Inc.:  Boston, MA.

Shealy, C.N.  (August 1999).  Natural Progesterone Cream:  Safe and Natural Hormone Replacement.  Keats Publishing:  Los Angeles, CA.

Shealy, C.N.  (2000).  Holy Water, Sacred Oil:  The Fountain of Youth.  Biogenics Books, Fair Grove, MO.

Shealy, C.N.  (2002).  The Methuselah Potential for Health and Longevity.  Brindabella Books:  Fair Grove, MO.

Shealy, C.N.  (2005).  Life Beyond 100 – Secrets of the Fountain of Youth.  Tarcher/Penguin, New York.

Shealy, C.N. and Church D. (2006).  Soul Medicine.  Elite Books, Santa Rosa, CA.

Shealy, C.N.  (2008).  Pony Wisdom for the Soul, Galde Press, Lakeville, MN

Shealy, C. N.  (2010) Medical Intuition—A Science of the Soul, Your Awakening to Wholeness, ARE 4th Dimension Press, Virginia Beach, VA.

Shealy, C. N.  (2011) Energy Medicine—Practical Applications and Scientific Proof, ARE 4th Dimension Press, Virginia Beach, VA.

ARTICLES

1.    Shealy, C.N. and Peele, T.L. (1957).  Studies of amygdaloid nucleus of cat.  J Neurophysiol, 20, pp. 125-139.

2.    Ballantine, H.T., Jr., and Shealy, C.N.  (September 1959).  The role of radical surgery in the treatment of abscess of the brain.  Surg, Gynec and Obstet, 109, pp. 370-374.

3.    Shealy, C.N., Kahana, L., Engel, F.L. and McPherson, H.T. (1961).  Hypothalamic – pituitary sarcoidosis.  Amer J Med, 30, pp. 46-55.

4.    Eccles, R.M., Sears, T.A. and Shealy, C.N. (1962).  Intracellular recording from respiratory motoneurones of the thoracic spinal cord of the cat.  Nature, 193, pp. 844-846.

5.    Shealy, C.N. and Henneman, E. (1962).  Reversible effects of ultrasound on spinal reflexes.  Arch Neurol, 6, pp. 374-386.

6.    Eccles, J.C., Eccles, R.M. and Shealy, C.N. (1962).  An investigation in the effect of degenerating primary afferent fibers on the monosynaptic innervation of motoneurones.  J Neurophysiol, 25, pp. 544-558.

7.    Eccles, J.C., Eccles, R.M, Shealy, C.N. and Willis, W.D. (1962).  Experiments utilizing monosynaptic excitatory action on motoneurones for testing hypotheses relating to specificity of neuronal connections.  J Neurophysiol, 25, pp. 559-580.

8.    Eccles, R.M., Shealy, C.N. and Willis, W.D. (1963).  Patterns of innervation of kitten motoneurones.  J Physiol, 165, pp. 392-402.

9.    Shealy, C.N. (1963).  A comparison of renographin and hypaque for arteriography.  J Neurosurg, 20, pp. 137-138.

10.    Shealy, C.N. and New, P. (1963).  Cerebrospinal fluid pressure changes in fractional pneumoencephalography without removal of cerebrospinal fluid.  Radiol, 81, pp. 495-597.

11.    Shealy, C.N., Aronow, S. and Brownell, G.L. (1964).  Gallium-68 as a scanning agent for intracranial lesions.  J Nuc Med, 5, pp. 161-167.

12.    Shealy, C.N. and LeMay, M. (1964).  Unusual vascular malformations and the value of cerebral arteriography in patients with mass lesions.  J Neurosurg, 6, pp. 461-468.

13.    Shealy, C.N., LeMay, M. and Haddad, F.S. (1964).  Posterior scalloping of vertebral bodies in uncontrolled hydrocephalus.  J Neurol, Neurosurg, and Psychiat, 27, pp. 567-573.

14.    Shealy, C.N. and LeMay M. (1964).  Intrathoracic meningocele:  two additional cases of this rare entity.  J Neurosurg, 21, pp. 880-883.

15.    Collins, W.F., Nulsen, F.E. and Shealy, C.N. (1964, October).  Electro-physiological studies of peripheral and central pathways conducting pain.  Detroit Henry Ford Hospital International Symposium of Pain.

16.    Shealy, C.N. (1965).  Craniopharyngioma diagnosed after head trauma.  Arch Neurol, 13, pp. 217-218.

17.    Shealy, C.N. (1965).  Implications of central projection of C fibers in sensory perception.  Studies in Physiology.  Springer-Verlag, New York, pp. 253-258.

18.    Shealy, C.N. and Kaufman, B. (1965).  Progressive enlargement of a large suprasellar internal carotid aneurysm.  Arch Neurol, 13, pp. 659-661.

19.    Shealy, C.N. and Crafts, D. (1965).  Selective alteration of blood-brain barrier.  J Neurosurg, 23, pp. 484-487.

20.    Pearson, O.H., Shealy, C.N., Kaufman, B. and Samaan, N. (1965).  Yttrium90 pituitary implantation for acromegaly.  Excerpta Medica (National Congress Series), 99, p. 419.

21.    Richards, D.E., Tyner, C.F. and Shealy, C.N. (1966).  Focused ultrasonic spinal commissurotomy:  Experimental evaluation.  J Neurosurg, 24, pp. 701-707.

22.    Shealy, C.N., Tyner, C.F. and Taslitz, N.  (1966).  Physiological evidence of bilateral spinal projections of pain fibers in cats and monkeys.  J Neurosurg, 24, pp. 708-713.

23.    Kaufman, B., Pearson, O.H., Shealy, C.N., Chernak, E.S., Samaan, N. and Storaasli, J.P. (1966).  Transnasal-transsphenoidal yttrium90 pituitary implantation in the therapy of acromegaly.  Radiol, 86, pp. 915-921.

24.    Shealy, C.N. (September 1966).  Hemophilus influenza meningitis:  Report of a case complicated by subdural empyema.  The Ohio State Medical Journal, 9,  p. 62.

25.    Shealy, C.N. (September 1966).  Dangers of spinal injections without proper diagnosis.  JAMA, Vol. 197, No. 13.

26.    Starbuck, D.L., Mortimer, J.T., Shealy, C.N. and Reswick, J.B. (1966).  An implantable electrode system for nerve stimulation.  Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, 8, p. 38.

27.    Mortimer, J.T., Reswick, J.B. and Shealy, C.N. (1966).  An action potential discriminator.  Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, 8, p. 74.

28.    Shealy, C.N., Kaufman, B. and Tomaro, A.J. (1966).  Transpalatal approach to the maxillary division of the trigeminal nerve for alcohol block.  J of Neurol, Neurosurg, and Psych, 29, pp. 560-563.

29.    Shealy, C.N. (1966 October).  The physiological substrate of pain.  Headache, 6, pp. 101-108.

30.    Kaufman, B., Lapham, L.W., Shealy, C.N. and Pearson, O.H. (1966).  Transphenoidal yttrium90 pituitary ablation:  Observations on radiation damage to the internal carotid arteries.  ACTA Radiologica, 5, pp. 17-25.

31.    Pearson, O.H., Shealy, C.N., Kaufman, B. and Samaan, N.  (1966).  Anterior pituitary function.  Clinical Neurosurgery, 13, pp. 265-276.

32.    Shealy, C.N. (November 1966).  Subdural hematoma in posterior fossa:  Report
of a case complicated by meningitis in a newborn infant.  The Ohio State Med.
Journal, 62, pp. 1172-1173.

33.    Shealy, C.N. (1967).  Tissue reactions to chymopapain in cats.  J. Neurosurg, 26, pp. 327-330.

34.    Shealy, C.N., Taslitz, N., Mortimer, J.T. and Becker, D.P.  (1967).  Electrical inhibition of pain:  Experimental evaluation.  Anesthesia and Analgesia….Current Researchers, 46, pp. 299-305.

35.    Shealy, C.N., Mortimer, J.T. and Reswick, J.B. (1967).  Electrical inhibition of pain by dorsal column stimulation:  Preliminary clinical report.  Anesthesia and Analgesia….Current Researchers, 46, pp. 489-491.

36.    Peckham, P.H., Mortimer, J.T., Reswick, J.B. and Shealy, C.N. (1967).  Electrochemical properties of electrode materials for biological stimulation.  Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, 9, 15.1.

37.    Shealy, S.N., Mortimer, J.T. and Reswick, J.B. (1967).  The safe current for prolonged central nervous system stimulation.  Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Boston, MA, 9, 18.6-18.7.

38.    Mortimer, J.T., Reswick, J.B. and Shealy, C.N. (1967).  Electrical inhibition of pain.  Journal of International Anesthesia Research Society, 46(3), pp.  299-305.

39.    Taslitz, N. and Shealy, C.N. (1968 February).  Pain afferents to cerebellum.  The Anatomical Record, 160, p. 439.

40.    Shealy, C.N. (April 1968).  Editorial:  Stimulation vs. Ablation.  Headache, 8, p. 33.

41.    Shealy, C.N., Taslitz, N. and Hochberg, F. (1968 May).  Physiological standardization of analgesics and anesthetics.  The Journal – Lancet, 88, pp. 124-128.

42.    Mortimer, J.T., Shealy, C.N. and Reswick, J.B. (October 1968).  An advance in electro-analgesia.  Proceedings, Symposium on Electronics in Medicine, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, Session 2, Paper 3, pp. 1-5.

43.    Shealy, C.N., Jackson, C.C. Roe, Pearson, O. and Kaufman, B. (October 1968).  Submucosal infranasal transsphenoidal hypophysectomy.  Bulletin of the Los Angeles Neurological Societies, 33, pp. 185-196.

44.    Mortimer, J.T., Shealy, C.N. and Reswick, J.B. (November 21, 1968).  Quantitation of pain threshold.  Proceedings of the Annual conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Houston, Texas, 10, 46.2.

45.    Shealy, C.N., Silgalis, E. and Ko, W. (November 21, 1968).  Differential blocking of peripheral nerve fibers.  Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Houston, Texas, 10, 46.3.

46.    Shealy, C.N. and Tetzlaff, T.J. (1968).  Experimental tremor:  Production and control.  Proceedings of the Annual Conference on Engineering in Medicine and Biology, 10, 46.5, Houston, Texas..

47.    Shealy, C.N., Tetzlaff, T., Hopper, C. and Kalfayan, B. (April 1969).  Experimental tremor.  The Anatomical Record, 168, pp. 261-262.

48.    Shealy, C.N. and Mortimer, J.T. (September 1969).  Dorsal column electroanalgesia.  Proceedings of the Neuroelectric Conference.  Excerpta Medica International Congress, Series #193.

49.    Shealy, C.N. and Mortimer, J.T. (1969).  Dorsal column electroanalgesia.  Excerpta Medical International Congress Series, 193, pp. 76-77.

50.    Shealy, C.N. and Tetzlaff, T.J. (1969).  Stimulation rather than ablation for control of parkinsonian tremor.  Excerpta Medical International Congress Series, 193, pp. 154-155.

51.    Shealy, C.N. and Mortimer, J.T. (September 13, 1969).  Electroanalgesia and electrohypalgesia.  Second International Symposium on Electrosleep and Electro-anaesthesia Abstracts, pp. 92-93.

52.    Shealy, C.N. (July 1969).  Dorsal column electrohypalgesia.  Headache, 9, pp. 99-102.

53.    Shealy, C.N. (November 1969).  Hypophysectomy – The technic of choice for diabetic retinopathy, pituitary tumors and metastatic breast cancer.  Wisconsin Medical Journal, 68, pp. 319-320.

54.    Weeth, J.B., Shealy, C.N. and Mercier, D.A. (November 1969).  L-Dopa and Amantadine in the therapy of parkinsonism.  Wisconsin Medical Journal, 68, pp. 325-328.

55.    Schettler, T. and Shealy, C.N. (January 1970).  Experimental selective alteration of blood-brain barrier by x-irradiation.  J. Neurosurgery, 32, pp. 89-94.

56.    Pearson, O.H., Thomas, C.I., Kaufman, B., Shealy, C.N., Collins, W.F., Jr., Jane, J. and Jackson, C.C.R. (September 21 – October 1, 1968).  Pituitary ablation in the treatment of diabetic retinopathy.  Symposium on the Treatment of Diabetic Retinopathy, Warrenton, VA.  Public Health Service Publication, No. 1890, 1968, pp. 331-339.

57.    Shealy, C.N., Mortimer, J.T. and Hagfors, N.R. (May 1970).  Dorsal column electroanalgesia.  J. Neurosurgery, 32, pp. 560-564.

58.    Mortimer, J.T., Shealy, C.N. and Wheeler, C. (May 1970).  Experimental nondestructive electrical stimulation of the brain and spinal cord.  J. Neurosurgery, 32, pp. 553-559.

59.    Shealy, C.N. and Overholt, S. (February 1970).  Analgesia, anesthesia and narcosis.  The Anatomical Record, 166, p. 377.

60.    Shealy, C.N., Weeth, J.B. and Mercier, D. (June 1970).  Livedo reticularis in parkinsonian patients receiving Amantadine.  JAMA, 212, pp. 1522-1523.

61.    Anderson, R.E. and Shealy, C.N. (September 1970).  Cervical pedicle erosion and rootlet compression caused by a tortuous vertebral artery.  Radiology, 96, pp. 537-538.

62.    Shealy, C.N. and Mortimer, J.T. (1971).  Dorsal column electroanalgesia.  Neurologic Research.  Edited by David V. Reynolds and Anita E. Sjoberg.  Charles C. Thomas, publisher.

63.    Shealy, C.N. (1971).  The current status of dorsal column stimulation for relief of pain.  The Nervous System and Electric Currents, 2, 113.  Edited by Norman L. Wulfsohn and Anthony Sances, Jr.  Plenum Press, New York.

64.    Shealy, C.N. (1971).  A physiological basis for “hysterical” analgesia.  Headache, 11, pp. 102-106.

65.    Shealy, C.N. (May 16-18, 1971).  Current status of dorsal column stimulation for relief of pain.  Proceedings of the International Headache Symposium, Elsinore, Denmark.

66.    Shealy, C.N. (July 1971).  Current status of dorsal column stimulation for relief of pain.  International Congress Series, 253, pp. 215-220.  Excerpta Medica, Amsterdam.

67.    Shealy, C.N. (June 17, 1971).  A physiological basis for electroacupuncture.  Transcript of the Acupuncture Symposium, Stanford University, pp. 34-36.

68.    Shealy, C.N. (1972).  Transcutaneous electroanalgesia.  Surgical Forum, 23.

69.    Shealy, C.N. (1973).  A physiological basis for electro-acupuncture.  Modern China and Traditional Chinese Medicine, 89-95.  Edited by Guenter B. Risse, M.D., Ph.D.  Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield.

70.    Shealy, C.N. (1973).  Pain suppression through posterior column stimulation.  Neural Organization and Its Relevance to Prosthetics, 251-259.  Edited by William S. Fields, M.D.  Intercontinental Medical Book Corporation, Publisher.

71.    Shealy, C.N. (1973).  Electrical stimulation of peripheral nerve, skin and spinal cord for control of pain.  A six and a half years’ experience.  Excerpta Medica International Congress Series, 293, p. 78.

72.    Shealy, C.N. (1973).  Rhizotomy of the articular nerves of Luschka.  Excerpta Medica International Congress Series, 293, p. 225.

73.    Shealy, C.N., Stern, R., Schneider, C., Burton, C., Brownell, E. and Fox, J. (1973).  Seminar on dorsal column stimulation.  Summary of Proceedings.  Edited by Dr. Charles Burton.  Surgical Neurology, 1, pp. 285-289.

74.    Shealy, C.N. (October 1973).  Editorial – Pain Research.  Headache, 13, p. 131.

75.    Shealy, C.N. and Maurer, D. (1974).  Transcutaneous nerve stimulation for control of pain.  A Preliminary Technical Note.  Surg. Neurol, 2, pp. 45-47.

76.    Shealy, C.N. (1974).  Facets in back and sciatic pain – a new approach to a major pain syndrome.  Minnesota Medicine, 57(3), pp. 199-203.

77.    Shealy, C.N. (1974).  Six years’ experience with electrical stimulation for control of pain.  Advances in Neurology, 4, pp. 775-782.  International Symposium on Pain.  Edited by John J. Bonica, M.D., Raven Press, New York.

78.    Shealy, C.N. (1974).  The pain patient.  American Family Physician, 9, pp. 130-136.

79.    Shealy, C.N. (1974).  The role of the spinal facets in back and sciatic pain.  Headache, 14, pp. 101-104.

80.    Shealy, C.N. (1974).  Transcutaneous electrical stimulation for control of pain.  Clinical Neurosurgery, 21, chapter 23.  Proceedings of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons.  The Williams & Wilkins Company.

81.    Shealy, C.N. (1974).  Electrical control of the nervous system.  Med. Progr. Technol, 2, pp. 71-80.

82.    Shealy, C.N. (1975).  The comprehensive approach for control of chronic pain.  Journal of Pastoral Counseling, 10, pp. 54-59.

83.    Shealy, C.N. (1975).  Dorsal column stimulation:  optimization of application.  Surgical Neurology, 4, pp. 142-145.

84.    Shealy, C.N. (1975).  Transcutaneous electroanalgesia.  Electrotherapeutic Sleep and Electroanesthesia, 3, pp. 317-318.  F.M. Wagender and R.H. Germann, Eds.

85.    Shealy, C.N. (1975).  Transcutaneous nerve stimulation to control pain.  Current concepts on Pain and Analgesia, 2 (2).

86.    Shealy, C.N. (1975).  The role of psychics in medical diagnosis.  The Frontiers of Science and Medicine, Ed. by Rick J. Carlson, Wildwood House, London.

87.    Shealy, C.N. (1975).  Percutaneous radiofrequency denervation of spinal facets.  Treatment for chronic back pain and sciatica.  Journal of Neurosurgery, 43, pp. 448-451.

88.    Shealy, C.N. (1975).  Transcutaneous stimulation and implanted stimulators in the treatment of pain.  Treatment of Pain, pp. 88-94.  Eds.:  Harold C. Voris, M.D. and Walter W. Whisler, M.D., Charles C. Thomas.

89.    Shealy, C.N. (Sept.-Oct. 1975).  The viability of electrical stimulation as a therapeutic modality.  Medical Instrumentation.  9(5), pp. 211-212.

90.    Shealy, C.N. (1975).  Electrical stimulation:  the primary method of choice in pain relief.  Comprehensive Therapy, 6(1), pp. 41-45.

91.    Shealy, C.N. (March 1976).  Principles of treatment of chronic pain – editorial.  Headache, 16, p. 35.

92.    Shealy, C.N. (1976).  Nonpharmaceutical modes of analgesia.  Symposium on analgesics.  Published by Winthrop Laboratories.

93.    Shealy, C.N. (March-April 1976).  Facet denervation in the management of back and sciatic pain.  Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, 115, pp. 157-164.

94.    Shealy, C.N. (1976).  Electrical stimulation of skin, peripheral nerves, and spinal dorsal columns for control of pain:  A 6-1/2 year experience.  Handbook of Medical Acupuncture.  Frank Z. Warren, M.D., Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, New York.

95.    Shealy, C.N. (September 1976).  Perspectives on psychic diagnosis.  A.R.E. Journal, 11, pp. 208-217.

96.    Shealy, M.C. and Shealy, C.N. (1976).  Behavioral techniques in the control of pain:  a case for health maintenance vs. disease treatment.  Pain, New Perspectives in Therapy and Research, 21-33.  Edited by Matisyohu Wisenberg and Bernard Tursky.  Plenum Press:  New York.

97.    Shealy, C.N. (November 1976).  External electrical stimulation:  types,       techniques and results.  Neuroelectric News, 6, pp. 4-9.

98    Shealy, C.N. (1977).  Clinical consultation – intractable pain after spinal surgery.  Consultant, 17(4), p. 63.

99    Shealy, C.N. (1977).  Autogenic training.  The Journal of Holistic Health.

100.     Shealy, C.N.   Biogenics:  a synthesis of biofeedback and autogenic technics for control of pain.  New Dynamics of Preventive Medicine, Vol. 5, Medical Progress Through Innovation, pp. 69-74.  Edited by Leon R. Pomeroy.

101.    Shealy, C.N. (November 1977).  Stress:  getting beyond it, part I.  Science of Mind, pp. 16-21, 98-102.

102.    Shealy, C.N. (December 1977).  Stress:  getting beyond it, part II.  Science of Mind, pp. 30-36, 107.

103.    Shealy, C.N. (Winter 1978).  From pain treatment to health maintenance.  Holistic Health Review, pp. 7, 20-21.

104.    Shealy, C.N. (October 1977).  Biofeedback training techniques employed in clinician’s office.  Pain Topics.

105.    Shealy, C.N. (March 31, 1978).  The pain game – how to play it to win.  Proceedings of First Annual Seminar on Chronic Pain:  Cervical and Low Back, Miami Beach, FL.

106.    Shealy, C.N. (March 31, 1978).  Biogenics – self-regulation techniques for control of pain and stress.  Proceedings of First Annual Seminar on Chronic Pain:  Cervical and Low Back, Miami Beach, FL.

107.    Shealy, C.N. (March 7-8, 1978).  A training workshop for professionals:  Pain.  Proceedings of program presented by The Biofeedback Society of America.

108.    Shealy, C.N. (1977).  Perspectives on psychic diagnosis.  Journal of the Association for Documentation and Enlightenment.  Pyramid, 1(3), pp. 4-7.

109.    Shealy, C.N. (1978).  Self-health:  from pain to health maintenance.  Wholistic Dimensions in Healing.  Edited by Leslie Kaslof.  Doubleday & Co.:  Garden City, NY, pp. 176-178.

110.    Shealy, C.N. (1978).  Biofeedback training in the physician’s office:  transfer of pain clinic advances to primary care.  Wisconsin Medical Journal, 77.

111.    Shealy, C.N. (September 1978).  Biofeedback training for stress diseases.  Comprehensive Therapy, Vol. 4, No. 9, pp. 46-50.

112.    Shealy, C.N. (1979).  (Foreword)  Lillian R. Dangott/Richard A. Kalsih.  A Time to Enjoy.  Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, NJ.

113.    Shealy, C.N. (January 1979).  Management of acute pain in trauma.  Comprehensive Therapy.  Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 15-18.

114.    Shealy, C.N. (March 1979).  How scientific is medicine?  New Realities, Vol. 2, No. 4.

115.    Shealy, C.N. (Jan-Feb, 1980).  How scientific is medicine?  Chimo, Vol. 6.

116.    Shealy, C.N. (Summer 1981).  How scientific is medicine?  New Thought, Vol. 64, No. 2

117.    Shealy, C.N. (April 1979).  Determinants of health.  New Realities, Vol. 2, No. 5, p. 62.

118.    Shealy, C.N. (May 1980).  Determinants of health.  Chimo, Vol. 6, No. 5.

119.    Shealy, C.N. (Oct-Nov, 1980).  Determinants of health.  Contact, Vol. 14, Issue No. 6.

120.    Shealy, C.N. (May 1979).  The self-healing lifestyle.  New Age, p. 30.

121.    Shealy, C.N. (1979).  Effects of transcranial neurostimulation upon mood and serotonin production:  a preliminary report.  Il dolore, Vol. 1, No. 1, 13-16.

122.    Shealy, C.N. (Spring 1979).  Debating the issues:  empiricism vs. rationalism.  Holistic Health Review, pp. 34-38.

123.    Shealy, C.N. (August 1979).  What this patient needs is a good doctor.  New Realities, Vol. 2, No. 6, p. 62.

124.    Shealy, C.N. (March 1980).  What this patient needs is a good doctor.  Chimo, Vol. 6, No. 3.

125.    Shealy C.N. (Autumn 1981).  What this patient needs is a good doctor.  New Thought, Vol. 64, No. 3.

126.    Shealy, C.N. and Rev. Phil Pierson (June 1979).  An interview – a view of holistic health.  The Best is Yet to Be, Vol. 2, No. 3.

127.    Shealy, C.N. (August 1979).  Reducing stress and creating health.  New Realities, Vol. 3, No. 1, p. 62.

128.    Shealy, C.N. (April 1980).  Reducing stress and creating health.  Chimo, Vol. 6, No. 4.

129.    Shealy, C.N. (June 1980).  Reducing stress and creating health.  Diet Times.

130.    Shealy, C.N. (September 1979).  Editorial with Dana Ullman – what are some developments in healing today that may play a major role in healing in the future?  AHP Newsletter, p. 10.

131.    Shealy, C.N. (October 1979).  Physical exercise-limbering.  New Realities, Vol. 3, No. 2, p. 62.

132.    Shealy, C.N. (November 1981).  Physical exercise.  Contact, Vol. 14, Issue 9.

133.    Shealy, C.N. (Winter 1982).  Physical exercise.  New Thought, No. 4, pp 24-25.

134.    Shealy, C.N. (October 5, 1979).  Holistic medicine-letter to the editor.  JAMA, Vol. 242, No. 13, pp. 1489-1490.

135.    Shealy, C.N. (January 23, 1980).  What is holistic medicine?  Medical Tribune, p. 13.

136.    Shealy, C.N. (February 1980).  Good medicine – an unorthodox prescription for health.  The Sun, Vol. 52, pp. 6-13.

137.    Shealy, C.N. (April 1980).  Relaxation – the key to inner balance.  New Realities, Vol. 3, No. 3, p. 62.

138.    Shealy, C.N. (April 1980).  Holistic management of chronic pain.  Topics in Clinical Nursing, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 1-8.

139.    Shealy, C.N. (June 1980).  Eating the natural diet-stocking up.  Chimo, Vol. 6, No. 6, p. 31.

140.    Shealy, C.N. (January 1981).  Eating the natural diet-stocking up.  PsychoDynamics, Vol. 2, No. 1.

141.    Shealy, C.N. (July-Aug, 1980).  Eating the natural diet-stocking up.  Diet Times.

142.    Shealy, C.N. (Jan.-Feb., 1981).  Eating the natural diet-stocking up.  Contact, Vol. 14, No. 1.

143.    Shealy, C.N. (May 1980).  Healthy people – social and economic implication of the surgeon general’s report on health.  Journal of Marketing/Management for Professionals, pp. 26-27.

144.    Shealy, C.N. (July 1980).  Eating the natural diet – preparing meals.  Chimo, Vol. 6, No. 7.

145.    Shealy, C.N.  (Sep.-Oct., 1980).  Eating the natural diet – preparing meals.  Diet Times.

146.    Shealy, C.N. (August 1980).  Dealing with fear – balancing emotions.  New Realities, Vol. 3, No. 4, p. 62.

147.    Shealy, C.N. (1980).  Dealing with fear – balancing emotions.  Chimo, Vol. 6, No. 12.

148.    Shealy, C.N. (July 1980).  An interview with Norman Shealy.  Medical Hypnoanalysis, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 101-108.

149.    Shealy, C.N. (January 1981).  Controlling the killer stress, a discussion with Philip Nobile.  Body Forum, Vol. 6, Issue 1, pp. 21-22, 44-45.

150.    Shealy, C.N. (1980).  Getting in touch with ideals.  New Realities, Vol. 3, No. 5.

151.    Shealy, C.N. (1981).  Getting in touch with ideals.  Chimo, Vol. 7, No. 1.

152.    Shealy, C.N. (1980).  To parent or not.  New Realities, Vol. 3, No. 6.

153.    Shealy, C.N. (1980).  To parent or not.  Chimo, Vol. 6, No. 1.

154.    Shealy, C.N. (1981).  What is holistic medicine?  Chimo, Vol. 7, No. 2.

155.    Shealy, C.N. (1981).  What is holistic medicine?  New Realities, Vol. 4, No. 1.

156.    Shealy, C.N. (1980).  Relaxation – the key to inner strength.  Chimo, Vol. 6, No. 10, p. 156.

157.    Shealy, C.N. (March 1981).  Self-health awareness.  Chimo, Vol. 7, No. 3.

158.    Shealy, C.N. (1981).  Self-health awareness.  New Realities, Vol. 4, No. 2, p. 14.

159.    Shealy, C.N. (1981).  Total life stress.  Chimo, Vol. 7, No. 4.

160.    Shealy, C.N. (1981).  Total life stress.  New Realities, Vol. 4, No. 3.

161.    Shealy, C.N. (May 1981).  Total symptoms & stress.  Chimo, Vol 7, No. 5.

162.    Shealy, C.N. (1981).  Total symptoms & stress.  New Realities, Vol. 4, No. 4.

163.    Shealy, C.N. and Midboe, P.L. (May 1981).  What is holistic medicine?  University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, Cardio-Gram.

164.    Shealy, C.N. (1981).  Coming to grips with stress.  Chimo, Vol. 7, No. 6.

165.    Shealy, C.N. and Pelletier, K.R. (1979).  Biofeedback training:  Office management of stress disorders.  American Journal of Clinical Biofeedback, Vol. 2, Issue 1, pp. 2-6.

166.    Shealy, C.N. (1981).  From dorsal column implants to external transcutaneous neurostimulator devices.  Chapter in Pain Control with T.E.N.S., Principles and Practice, pp. 54-61.  By Robert A. Ersek, M.D., Warren H. Green, Inc., St. Louis, MO.

167.    Shealy, C.N. (1981).  Environmental health or clinical ecology.  Chimo, Vol. 7, No. 8, p. 150

168.    Shealy, C.N. (Spring/Summer 1981).  Holism, science and mysticism or how scientific is medicine?  Journal of Holistic Medicine, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 30-37.

169.    Shealy, C.N. (August 1981).  Holistic health (Part I).  Journal of Clinical Orthodontics, 15(3), pp. 536-537.

170.    Shealy, C.N. (September 1981).  Holistic health (Part II).  Journal of Clinical Orthodontics, 5(9), pp. 615-628.

171.    Shealy, C.N. (October 1981).  Stress and distress.  Contact, Vol. 14, Issue 8.

172.    Shealy, C.N. (October 15, 1981).  Just what does ‘holistic medicine’ mean?  Patient Care, Vol. 15, No. 17, pp. 181-197.

173.    Shealy, C.N. (1981-82 Edition).  Foreword, Health and Wellness Resource Directory, p. 3.

174.    Shealy, C.N. (1981).  Holistic centers, the pain and health rehabilitation center.  Chimo, Vol. 7, No. 12, pp. 48-49.

175.    Shealy, C.N. (October 1981).  Development of the human potential – Summary of excerpts from 1981 summer conference keynote address.  THE SCRIPT – International Transactional Analysis Association, Vol. 11, No. 8.

176.    Shealy, C.N. (November 1981).  Holistic medicine, letter to the editor.  Wisconsin Medical Journal, Vol. 80, p. 13.

177.    Shealy, C.N. (January 1982).  The #1 health hazard.  Chimo, Vol. 8, No. 1.

178.    Shealy, C.N. (February 1982).  Physical exercise – strengthening the heart.  Contact, Vol. 15, Issue 2.

179.    Shealy, C.N. (1982).  A surgeon’s approach to the problem.  In Low Back Pain.  Edited by Harold Carron, M.D., and Robert E. McLaughlin, M.D.  John Wright-PSG Inc., publisher.

180.    Shealy, C.N. (June 1982).  Physiological approaches:  the state of the art.  The Internist, Vol. 23, No. 5, pp. 12-13.

181.    Mannheimer, J., Lampe, G., and Shealy, C.N.  (1984).  Clinical Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation.  Chap. 2, pp. 30-40.  F.A. Davis Company, publisher.

182.    Shealy, C.N. (Fall/Winter 1984).  Chronic medical diseases in patients with chronic pain.  Journal of Holistic Medicine, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 109-111.

183.    Shealy, C.N.  (Fall/Winter 1984).  Total life stress and symptomatology.  Journal of Holistic Medicine, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 112-129.

184.    Shealy, C.N.  (Sep./Oct. 1984).  New medicine – an overview of Flake, Flack or Quack, New Realities, p. 70.

185.    Shealy, C.N.  (1984).  Psychological aspects of tryptophan administration.  International Medicine, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 5-6.

186.    Shealy, C.N.  (November 1984).  Of foxes and henhouses:  professional licensing in America.  Greene County Medical Society Bulletin, pp. 7-10.

187.    Shealy, C.N.  (September 1985).  Neurochemical profiles in chronic pain and chronic stress.  Complementary Medicine, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 22-23.

188.    Shealy, C.N.  (December 1985).  Alternative medicines:  popular and policy perspectives.  Greene County Medical Society Bulletin, p. 31.

189.    Shealy, C.N.  (Summer 1985).  Winds of change.  New Medicine, p. 34.

190.    Ash, C.J., Shealy, C.N., Young, P.A. and Beaumont, W.V.  (1986).  Thermography and the sensory dermatome.  Skeletal Radiology, 15:40-46.

191.    Shealy, C.N.  (March 1986).  Thoughts on the major 20th century plague.  Greene County Medical Society Bulletin, p. 5.

192.    Shealy, C.N.  (February 1985).  The social transformation of American medicine.  Greene County Medical Society Bulletin.

193.    Shealy, C.N.  (June 1986).  Pain:  TENS vs. drugs.  Empi Topix, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 4-6.

194.    Shealy, C.N.  (1986).  Clinical observation – Vitamin B6 and other vitamin levels in chronic pain patients.  The Clinical Journal of Pain, Vol. 2, No. 3, pp. 203-204.

195.    Cady, R.K. and Shealy, C.N.  (June 1987).  Electrotherapy in medicine.  CDA Journal, pp. 22-25.

196.    Shealy, C.N. (June 1987).  Genesis:  The creation of health.  New Medicine, Vol. VII, No. 5, p. 5.

197.    Shealy, C.N.  (September 1987).  Chiropractive and Preventive Care Symposium, Bloomington, MN.  The Creation of Health, pp. 62-70.

198.      Shealy, C.N.  (January 1988).  The “right” to health.  Greene County Medical Society Bulletin, pp. 9-11.

199.    Shealy, C.N.  (July 1988).  Hyperadrenergia in chronic pain.  The Journal of Neurological & Orthopaedic Medicine & Surgery, Vol. 9, Issue 2, pp. 105-106.

200.    Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K., Cox, R., and Wilkie, R.G.  (July 1988).  Facet rhizotomy/denervation:  a fifteen year experience.  The Journal of Neurological & Orthopaedic Medicine & Surgery, Vol. 9, Issue 2, pp. 107-108.

201.    Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K., Cox R.H., and Wilkie, R.G.  (December 1988).  Spinal & referred pain:  nemesis of the harried physician.  The Journal of Neurological and Orthopaedic Medicine & Surgery, Vol. 9, Issue 4, pp. 305-306.

202.    Shealy, C.N.  (July/August 1987).  Book Reviews.  Holistic Medicine, pp. 22.

203.    Shealy, C.N.  (October 1988).  Plasma beta endorphin levels in chronic pain patients at a comprehensive pain treatment center.  The Journal of Neurological & Orthopaedic Medicine & Surgery, Vol. 9, Issue 3, pp. 264-265.

204.    Shealy, C.N., Cady R.K., Wilkie, R.G. and Cox, R.H.  (1988).  Neurochemical changes in patients with chronic pain and depression.  (Abstract)  82nd Annual Scientific Assembly of the Southern Medical Association, p. 37.

205.    Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K., Wilkie,  R.G. and Cox, R.H.  (1988).  Nonsurgical permanent elongation of the adult penis.  (Abstract)  82nd Annual Scientific Assembly of the Southern Medical Association, p. 103.

206.    Shealy, C.N.  (February 1989).  The pendulum swings to and from relative values.  Greene County Medical Society Bulletin, pp. 21-23

207.    Shealy, C.N.  (December 1989).  The fifth transformation of American medicine.  The Journal of Neurological & Orthopaedic Medicine & Surgery, Vol. 10, Issue 4, pp. 299-300.

208.    Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K., Wilkie, R.G., Cox, R.H., Liss, S. and Closson, W.  (December 1989).  Depression:  a diagnostic neurochemical profile & therapy with cranial electrical stimulation (CES).  The Journal of Neurological & Orthopaedic Medicine & Surgery, Vol. 10, Issue 4, pp. 319-321.

209.    Shealy, C.N.  (January 1990).  Board specialization.  Greene County Medical Society Bulletin, pp. 11-13 and 38-39.

210.    Cady, R.K. and Shealy, C.N.  (February 1990).  Electrotherapy in medicine.  Medical Electronics,  Issue 121, pp. 122-128.

211.    Shealy, C.N.  (March 1984).  Cost effectiveness of comprehensive pain treatment.  Insurance Adjuster.

212.    Shealy, C.N.  (Spring 1990).  Creating a multi-specialty pain clinic.  The American Academy of Medical Acupuncture Review, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 20-21.

213.    Shealy, C.N. and Cady, R.K.  (June 1990).  Neurochemical response to cranial electrical stimulation and brain synchronization (abstract).  VI International Rehabilitation Medicine Association; XIV National Congress of the Spanish Rehabilitation Society.  Excerpta Medica, International Congress Series 927, S.27.1.

214.    Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K., Wilkie, R.G., Cox, R.H., Liss, S. and Closson, W.  (1989).  Depression:  a diagnostic neurochemical profile and therapy with cranial electrical stimulation (CES).  Energy Fields in Medicine, the John E. Fetzer Foundation, Kalamazoo, MI, pp. 446-457.

215.    Shealy, C.N. and Cady, R.K.  (1990).  The history of pain management.  Innovations in Pain Management.  Paul M. Deutsch press, Inc., Orlando, FL, Vol. 1, pp. 2-1 to 2-21.  Edited by Richard S. Weiner.

216.    Shealy, C.N. and Cady, R.K.  (1990).  Multidisciplinary pain clinics.  Innovations in Pain Management.  Paul M. Deutsch Press, Inc., Orlando, FL, Vol. 1, pp. 4-1 to 4-20.  Edited by Richard S. Weiner.

217.    Shealy, C.N., Helms, J. and McDaniels, A.  (December 1990).  Treatment of male infertility with acupuncture.  The Journal of Neurological and Orthopaedic Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 11, Issue 4, pp. 285-286.

218.    Shealy, C.N.  (October 1990).  The old question:  is it allegory or reality?  The Journal of Regression Therapy, Vol. IV, Number 2, pp. 40-41.

219.    Shealy, C.N.  (December 1990).  The physical roots of depression.  Vision, Association of Unity Churches, Vol. 3, No. 5, pp. 11-13.

220.    Shealy, C.N.  (January 1991).  Life cycles bring new beginnings.  Vision, Association of Unity Churches, Vol. 3, No. 6, p. 3.

221.    Shealy, C.N.  (February 1991).  Healing relationships.  Vision, Association of Unity Churches, Vol. 3, No. 7, p. 11.

222.    Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K., Veehoff, D., Houston, R., Burnetti, M., Cox, R.H. and Closson, W.  (January 1992).  The neurochemistry of depression.  American Journal of Pain Management, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 13-16.

223.  Shealy, C.N.  (May/June 1992).  Dealing with fears – balancing emotions.  Venture Inward, p. 11.

224.    Cady, R.K. and Shealy, C.N.  (1993).  Recent advances in migraine management.  The Journal of Family Practice, Vol. 36, No. 1, pp. 85-91.

225.    Shealy, C.N. and Mauldin, C.  (February 1993).  Modern medical electricity in the management of pain.  Office Management of Pain, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 175-186.

226.    Shealy, C.N.  (March 1993).  Microwave resonance therapy:  innovations from the Ukraine.  Greene County Medical Bulletin, Vol. XLVII, No. 3, pp. 15 and 17.

227.    Shealy, C.N.  (1993)  Depression:  the common denominator in dis-ease.  Venture Inward, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 16-19.

228.    Shealy, C.N.  (December 1993).  Treatment of depression.  Journal of Optometric Photography, p. 6.

229.    Shealy, C.N.  (January 1994).  A calm sea gently lapping at the hull…relaxation techniques can dramatically improve and extend your life.  Dr. Atkins’ Health Revelations, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 3-4.

230.    Lennon, J., Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K., Matta, W., Cox, R.H. and Simpson, W.  (January 1994).  Postural and respiratory modulation of autonomic function, pain and health.  American Journal of Pain Management, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 36-39.

231.    Shealy, C.N. and Mauldin, C.  (January 1994).  Modern medical electricity in the management of pain.  Clinics in Podiatric Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 161-175.  W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, PA.

232.    Shealy, C.N.  (Winter/Spring 1994).  Intuitive diagnosis:  the personal ah hah!  Complementary Health, Vol. 4, No. 1, p. 16.

233.    Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K., Veehoff, D.C., Cox, R.H., Houston, R. and Atwell, M.  (1993).  Non-pharmaceutical treatment of depression using a multimodal approach.  Subtle Energies, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 125-134.

234.    Shealy, C.N.  (Summer 1994).  Opening my heart:  encounters with my archetypes.  Convergence.

235.    Shealy, C.N.  (October 1994).  Philosophical concepts related to third party rape and health care.  Health Consciousness, Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 29-30.

236.    Shealy, C.N.  (1995).  Spinally mediated headache.  Treating the Headache Patient, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, NY, pp. 235-257.  Edited by Roger K. Cady and Anthony W. Fox.

237.    Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K. and Cox, R.H.  (1995).  Pain, stress, and depression:  psychoneurophysiology and therapy.  Stress Medicine, Vol. 11, pp. 75-77.

238.    Shealy, C.N.  (April 1995).  A response to:  Recommendations for clinical guidelines for pharmacotherapy of intractable pain of cancerous and non-cancerous etiology.  American Journal of Pain Management, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 46-47.

239.    Shealy, C.N.  (March 1994).  Depression:  the common denominator in dis-ease.  Kisan World, Vol. 21, No. 3, pp. 27-29.

240.    Shealy, C.N.  (Summer 1995).  Book Review:  The cure for all cancers.  Holistic Medicine, pp. 19, 23.

241.    Shealy, C.N.  (Fall 1995).  What this patient needs is a good doctor.  Holistic Medicine, pp. 16-17.

242.    Shealy, C.N., Myss, C.M., Cady, R.K., Dudley, L. and Cox, R.H.  (1995).  Electrical stimulation raises DHEA and improves diabetic neuropathy.  Stress Medicine,  Vol. 11, pp. 215-217.

243.    Shealy, C.N.  (Autumn 1995).  The roots of creativity.  Journal of Creatia, 5th issue, pp. 95-96.

244.    Shealy, C.N.  (September-December 1995).  A review of dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA).  Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science, Vol. 30, No. 4, pp. 308-313.

245.    Shealy, C.N.  (Winter 1996).  DHEA – The youth and health hormone.  Health News Naturally, p. 11.

246.    Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K. and Cox, R.H.  (Summer 1995).  Permanent non-surgical elongation of the adult penis.  The Journal of Neurological and Orthopaedic Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 16, No. 3.

247.    Shealy, C.N.  (Summer 1995).  What this patient needs is a good doctor.  The Journal of Neurological and Orthopaedic Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 173-175.

248.    Shealy, C.N.  (1996).  The reality of EEG and neurochemical responses to photostimulation – Part I.  Light Years Ahead:  The Illustrated Guide to Full Spectrum and Colored Light in Mindbody Healing.  Celestial Arts Press:  Berkeley, CA.  Edited by Brian Breiling.

249.    Shealy, C.N.  (1996).  The reality of EEG and neurochemical responses to photostimulation – Part II.  Light Years Ahead:  The Illustrated Guide to Full Spectrum and Colored Light in Mindbody Healing.  Celestial Arts Press:  Berkeley, CA.  Edited by Brian Breiling.

250.    Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K., Cox, R.H. and Murrell, M.  (1996).  DHEA deficiency in patients with chronic pain and depression.  The Journal of Neurological and Orthopaedic Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 6.

251.    Cox, R.H., Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K., Veehoff, D.C., Burnetti-Atwell, M. and Houston, R.  (1996).  Significant magnesium deficiency in depression.  The Journal of Neurological and Orthopaedic Medicine and Surgery, Vol.17, No. 1, pp. 7-9.

252.    Cox, R.H., Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K., Cadle, R. and Richards, G.  (1996).  Successful treatment of rheumatoid arthritis with GigaTENSTM.  The Journal of Neurological and Orthopaedic Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 17, No. 1, p. 31.

253.    Cox, R.H., Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K. and Liss, S.  (1996)  Pain reduction and relaxation with brain wave synchronization (photostimulation).  The Journal of Neurologic and Orthopaedic Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 32-34.

254.    Shealy, C.N.  (August 1996).  The wellness movement.  Bulletin of the Greene County Medical Society, pp. 27-28..

255.    Shealy, C.N., Liss, S., Kornhauser, S. and Cannizzaro, C.  (1997).  Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS).  PM&R Secrets.  Hanley & Belfus, Inc.:  Philadelphia, PA.  Edited by Brian O’Young, Mark A. Young and Steven A. Stiens.

256.    Shealy, C.N. and Myss, C.M.  (1995).  The ring of fire and DHEA:  A theory for energetic restoration of adrenal reserves.  Subtle Energies, Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 167-175.

257.    Shealy, C.N.  (Fall 1996).  Managed care.  Holistic Medicine, p. 24.

258.    Shealy, C.N.  (December 1996).  Offshore – off base.  Bulletin of the Greene County Medical Society, pp. 33 and 35.

259.    Shealy, C.N.  (January 1997).  Opioids and controlled substances in chronic benign pain:  A survey of state medical boards.  American Journal of Pain Management, Vol. 7., No. 1, pp. 10-14.

260.    Shealy, C.N. and Myss, C.M.  (1994).  Vision Creativity, and Intuition:  A 10 Hour Videotape Training Program.  Holos Institutes of Health:  Springfield, Missouri.

261.    Shealy, C.N. and Myss, C.M.  (1994, 1997).  Vision, Creativity, and Intuition Workbook – Part I.  Holos Institutes of Health, Springfield, Missouri.

262.    Shealy, C.N. and Myss, C.M.  (1994, 1997).  Vision, Creativity, and Intuition Workbook – Part II.  Holos Institutes of Health:  Springfield, Missouri.

263.    Shealy, C.N. and Tetzlaff, T.  (1996).  Behavioral changes with diphenylhydantoin administration.  The Journal of Neurological and Orthopaedic Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 83-86.

264.    Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K., Veehoff, D.C., Burnetti-Atwell, M., Houston, R. and Cox, R.H.  (1996).  Effects of color photostimulation upon neurochemicals and neurohormones.  The Journal of Neurological and Orthopaedic Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 95-96.

265.    Shealy, C.N. and Borgmeyer, V.  (April 1997).  Decompression, reduction, and stabilization of the lumbar spine:  A cost-effective treatment for lumbosacral pain.  American Journal of Pain Management, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 63-65.

266.    Shealy, C.N.  (May 1997).  The history of alternative medicine.  Greene County Medical Society Bulletin, Vol. 48, No. 5, pp. 7, 12.

267.    Shealy, C.N.  (May 1997).  Biofeedback.  Greene County Medical Society Bulletin, Vol. 48, No. 5, p. 11.

268.    Shealy, C.N.  (July 1997).  A unique non-drug treatment program for migraine headache prophylaxis and treatment.  American Journal of Pain Management, Vol. 7, No. 3, pp. 98-99.

269.    Shealy, C.N.  (1997).  Electromagnetic dysthymia.  The Journal of Neurological and Orthopaedic Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 193-195.

270.    Shealy, C.N.  (August 1997).  Castor oil compress.  Bottom Line Health, Vol. 11, No. 8, p. 6.

271.    Shealy, C.N. and Leroy, P.L.  (1998).  New concepts in back pain management:  Decompression, reduction and stabilization.  Pain Management A Practical Guide for Clinicians, Vol. 1, Fifth Edition.  St. Lucie Press:  Boca Raton, FL.

272.    Shealy, C.N.  (Spring 1998).  Thirty years of pain management.  The Journal of Neurological and Orthopaedic Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 18, No. 1, pp. 27-30.

273.    Shealy, C.N., Thomlinson, R.P., Cox, R.H. and Borgmeyer, V.  (July 1998).  Osteoarthritis pain:  A comparison of homeopathy and acetaminophen.  American Journal of Pain Management, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 89-91.

274.    Shealy, C.N., Cady, R.K., Veehoff, D.C., Cox, R.H. and Liss, S.  (Summer 1998).  Cerebrospinal fluid and plasma neurochemicals:  Response to cranial electrical stimulation.  The Journal of Neurological and Orthopaedic Medicine and Surgery, Vol. 18, No. 21, pp. 94-97.

275.    Shealy, C.N.  (August 1998).  Why patients use alternative medicine and why physicians should!  Greene County Medical Society Bulletin, Vol. 56, No. 8, pp. 5-6.

276.    Shealy, C.N.  (December 1998).  Faith healing or Russian roulette?  (Letter to the editor).  The Medical Journal of Australia, Vol. 169, No. 11/12, p. 670.

277.    Shealy, C.N.  (Fall 1998).  The future of energy medicine:  Integrating science and spirit.  Bridges (ISSSEEM magazine), Vol. 9, No. 3, p. 10.    .

278.    Shealy, C.N.  (April 1999).  Gardening under glass.  Greene County Medical Society Bulletin, Vol. LVII, No. 4., p. 17.

279.    Shealy, C.N.  (Contributor)  (1999).  Encyclopedia of Complementary Health Practice.  Springer Publishing Company:  New York, NY.

280.    Shealy, C.N.  (April 2000). Extending the gardening season.  Greene County Medical Society Bulletin, Vol. LVIII, No. 4, p. 15.

281.    Shealy, C.N.  (November 1999).  What to do when patients ask about non-pharmaceutical management of depression.  Complementary & Alternative Medicine Select, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 1-2.

282.    Shealy, C.N., Smith, T.L., Thomlinson, P. and Tiller, W.A.  A double-blind EEG response test for a supposed electromagnetic field-neutralizing device.  Part I:  Via the clinician expertise procedure.  Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 231-245.

283.    Shealy, C.N.  (Contributor)  (2002).  Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Secrets:  Second Edition.  Hanley & Belfus Publishers:  Philadelphia, PA.

284.    Shealy, C.N. and Cady, R.K.  (2002).  Historical perspective of pain management.  Pain Management:  A Practical Guide for Clinicians.  Sixth Edition, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, Chapter 2, pp. 9-16.  Edited by Richard Weiner.

285.    Shealy, C.N. and Cady, R.K.  (2002).  Multidisciplinary pain clinics.  Pain Management:  A Practical Guide for Clinicians.  Sixth Edition, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, Chapter 6, pp. 45-53, Edited by Richard Weiner.

286.    Shealy, C.N., Borgmeyer, V. and Thomlinson, P.  (2002).  Intuition, neurotensin and the ring of air.  Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 145-150.

287.    Shealy, C.N., Smith, T., Liss, S. and Borgmeyer, V.  (2002).  EEG alterations during absent “healing.”  Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine, Vol. 11, No. 3, pp. 241-248.

288.    Shealy, C.N.  (2002).  Gardening for stress reduction.  Journal of the Greene County Medical Society, Vol. LX, No. 6, pp. 16-17.

289.    Shealy, C.N., Borgmeyer, V. and Jones, C.  (2002).  Correction of low body temperature with iodine supplementation.  Frontier Perspectives, Vol. 11, No. 1, pp. 6-8.

290..     Shealy, C.N.  (2002).  Chronic depression.  Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Rehabilitation, pp. 343-378.  Edited by Eric Leskowitz.  Elsevier Science, New York, NY.

291.      Shealy, C.N., Burton, S. and Murrell, M.  (2002).  Intracellular magnesium deficiency in chronic disease.  Frontier Perspectives, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 6-7.

292.    Shealy, C.N. and Borgmeyer, V.  (2003).  Calcitonin enhancement with electrical     activation of a specific acupuncture circuit.  American Journal of Pain Management, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 29-32.

293.     Shealy, C.N.  (2003).  Holism in Evolution.  The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 333-3

294.    Shealy, C.N.  April 17-18, 2002. General discussion of the human energy field.  Proceedings:  Measuring the Human Energy Field:  State of the Science, pages 1-8.  National Institutes of Health, Baltimore, Maryland.

295.     Shealy, C.N.  (2003).  Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation:  The treatment of choice for pain and depression.  The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Vol. 9, No. 5, pp. 619-623.

296.     Tiller, W.A., Dibble, W.E., Shealy, C.N. and Nunley, R.N.  (2004)  Toward general experimentation and discovery in “conditioned” laboratory spaces:  Part II. pH-change experience at four remote sites 1 year later.  The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 301-306.

297.    Shealy, C.N., Liss, S. and Liss, B.  Evolution of Electrotherapy:  From TENS to Cyperpharmacology in Bioelectromagnetic Medicine pp. 93 to 114.  Edited by Paul J. Rosch and Marko S. Markov.  Marcel Decker, New York, 2004.

298.    Shealy, C.N., Borgmeyer, V. and Thomlinson, P.  (2004)  Reduction of free radicals by electrical stimulation of specific acupuncture points.  Subtle Energies & Energy Medicine, Vol 13, No. 3, pp. 251-259

299.   Shealy, C.N.  (2004)  The Emerging Science of Intuition.  Venture Inward,
Vol. 20, No. 2, pp. 12-15.

300.     Roberts, N.R., Shealy, C.N. and Tiller, W.A.  (2004)  Are there electrical
devices that can measure the body’s energy state change to an acupuncture
treatment?  Part I, The Meridian Stress Assessment (MSA-21) device.
Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine, Vol. 13, No. 3, pp. 251-259.

301.      Shealy, C.N.  (2004)  Nutrition – The crown jewel of CAM.  Journal of the
Greene County Medical Shealy, C.N.  (2005)  Chronic pain management.

302.    Shealy, C.N.  Cholesterol – The essential nutrient.  (December/January 2005).
Intouch, Number 86, pp. 30-31.

303.   Shealy, C.N.  (2005)  How Long Do You Want to Live?  Venture Inward, Vol.   21, Number 1, pp. 17.

304.    Shealy, C.N. (2005)  Intervertebral Differential Dynamics Therapy.  Practical Pain Management, Vol. 5, Issue 3, 64-65.

305.     Shealy, C.N. (2005)  Effective Non-Drug Treatment of Depression.  Practical Pain                                                  Management, Vol. 5, Issue 5, 57-58.

306.     Shealy, C.N., Koladia, N. and Wesemann, Merrill M.  (2005)  Long-Term Effect                  Analysis of IDD Therapy in Low Back Pain:  A Retrospective Clinical Pilot Study.  American Journal of Pain Management.  Vol. 15, Number 3, 93-97.

307.     Shealy, C.N., Hemi-Sync Relaxation and The Network of Light Series, audio CDs.  Produced by Monroe Products, Lovingston, VA, 2005.

308.     Shealy, C.N., (November 2005).  Transdermal absorption of magnesium.  (Abstract)  99th Annual Scientific Assembly of the Southern Medical Association, page S18.

309.     Ganuza, C., Shealy, C.N. and Koladia, N.  (November 2005).  IDD therapy in back pain treatment:  A clinical trial comparing key diseases of low back pain.  (Abstract)  99th Annual Scientific Assembly of the Southern Medical Association, page S18.

310.     Shealy, C.N.  (November 2005).  Safe effective nonpharmaceutical treatment of depression.  (Abstract)  99th Annual Scientific Assembly of the Southern Medical Association, page S32.
311.     Shealy, C.N.  (2007).  Cervical Decompression Treatment.  Practical Pain Management, Vol 7, Issue 3, 14-16.

312.     Shealy, C.N. and Thomlinson, P. (2008).  Safe Effective Nondrug Treatment of Chronic Depression: A Review of Research on Low-Voltage Cranial Electrical Stimulation and Other Adjunctive Therapies, Complimentary Health Practice Review, Vol. 13, Issue 2.

313.     Shealy, C.N., Borgmeyer, V. and Thomlinson, P.  (2008) Reduction of Free Radicals for Health Enhancement.  Subtle Energy & Energy Medicine, Vol. 18, 35-39.

314.     Shealy, C.N.  (2009).  Restoration of Normal Cervical Lordosis, Practical Pain Management, Vol. 9, Issue 3, 42-43.

315.     Tsubono, K., Thomlinson, P. and Shealy, C.N.  (2009) The Effects of Distant Healing Performed by a Spiritual Healer on Chronic Pain:  A Randomized Controlled Trial.  Alternative Therapies, Vol. 15, No. 3, 30-34.

316.     Shealy, C.N. (2009)  Telomere Rejuvenation:  Key to Health and Longevity.  Anti-Aging Therapeutics, Vol. 11, 353-354.

317.     Shealy, C.N. (2010)   The Endocrine System.  Venture Inward, Vol. 26, No. 3, page 35..

318.     Shealy, C. N.  (2010)  Telomere Rejuvenation:  A Preliminary Report.  Anti-Aging Medical News, Fall 2010, 20-22.

319.     Shealy, C.N. (2011)  Depression – Holistic Options.  Venture Inward , Vol. 27, No. 1, page 37.

320. Shealy, C.N. (2011)  Autogenic Training for Self-Health..  Venture Inward, Vol. 27, No. 3, page 39.

321. Shealy, C.N. (2011)  Chapter 22 – Mind Body Therapies and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, pp: 223-229.  Pain Procedures in Clinical Practice 3rd Edition,    Philadelphia PA:  Elsevier, Inc. 2011.

322. Shealy, C.N.  (2011)  PPM Editorial Board Outlines Management Strategies for Chronic Pain Patients with Insomnia.  Practical Pain Management, Vol. 11, Issue 9, page71.

323. Shealy, C.N.  (2012)  The Natural Cures I Prescribe Most Often (Because They Really Work).  Bottomline  Personal  Vol 33, Number 15, Page 1.

324. Shealy, C.N.  (2013)  Grads:  Consider a Career in Holistic Health.  Both Sides of the Bridge, May 2013, page 18.​