Among salutary means, the subtle are simplest and most effective. When we are mindful of each limb or organ as we exercise it, we bring the mind’s attention, and the prana that bears it, to every part.
What we call ‘a disease’ (a particular affected function or structure) may need more—but not exclusive — consideration. Peaceably bringing the attention to any limb or organ, either with the help of the hands or simply by concentration, directs prana, the life force, to flow there more freely and powerfully.
This can be done formally and informally, at any opportunity, as there is no contraindication for mindfulness.