Quantum is the new word of choice for the alternative healing market, and marketers cling to it as the "proof" of "how" their service or technology is supposed to "work." The medical market, traditional or otherwise, is incredibly lucrative, so much so that predatory practices must be considered when reflecting on the industry, the particular product and the product's effectiveness. "Quantum healing," "quantum medicine" and "energy healing" are the latest catch phrases used to lure clients.
Now I won't dispute there may be benefits to alternative techniques for which practitioners have only allegorical explanations. Many techniques directly or indirectly relieve stress, and reduced stress (for those who are over-stressed) is correlated with looking, feeling and functioning better, even if only in a subjective sense. However, to claim that one service or technology is a panacea simply because the word "quantum" appears in the marketing literature seems beyond baseless.