Australian “energy healer,” Charlie Goldsmith will feature in new US series coming to TLC channel, The Healer.
When Charlie was 18 years-old he discovered he had an ability to heal people that defies belief and what we know about human capability. An energy healer like no other, The Healer follows Charlie’s life and work as he is sought after by athletes, celebrities and people from all walks of life hoping to be cured of their chronic and debilitating ailments.
Over the past 20 years he has helped relieve people from chronic injuries, auto immune conditions, viruses, infections, severe body pain, inflammation, allergies and many other conditions – often taking less than 60 seconds to do so. In The Healer, filmed in the US, some of Charlie’s cases include Diamond, who suffers from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and heavily relies on her family for all physical tasks; 2-year-old Gibson, who suffers from horrible pain resulting from two different rare conditions; Madison, who had a stroke in high school and struggles to walk and open her hand completely; and Anthony, who experiences severe joint pain and frequent migraines due to having Lyme Disease. He also works on actress Jennifer Grey and Kyle Richards from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
The ability to heal is a power that many are skeptical of, and Charlie’s on a path working with scientists and medical professionals to bring credibility to his work. Based in Melbourne, Charlie often travels the US to continue spreading awareness about his often-misunderstood approach to healing.
Charlie kept his healing ability out of the public eye for 18 years, intending only to expose his work to multiple scientific studies. It wasn’t until after his first hospital study, completed in 2013 by doctors at the NYU Lutheran hospital in New York, that it became public. The study was designed to build a case for a double blind study in the future. It was published in 2015.
In 2015, Charlie’s clinical practises were again studied jointly by Monash University Professor Paul Komesaroff and the NYU Lutheran hospital. This study is currently being written and due to be submitted for publication in 2018. In 2016 Professors at NYU Langone Hospital in New York approached Charlie to do a double blind controlled trial. It is currently going through the IRB approval process and is due to commence early 2018.
Monday 5 March at 9.30pm on TLC.