University of Phoenix Material Complementary Healing Therapies Chart Complete the following table using information from your text and other sources. |Treatment Modality |Philosophy and Principles of Therapy |Potential Benefits of Therapy | |Acupuncture |Is the oldest healing practice in the world and is part of |Helps to eliminate pain such as back pain, joint pain, neck| | |traditional Chinese medicine. The practice aims to restore |pain, headache, osteoarthritis of the knees. | | |health and through stimulating different points of the body.| | | |Since some pain is triggered from the
It doesn’t just use medicines but also meditation using smudge sticks. This meditation process works that the natives grab the smoke and push it on to their bodies and find a focus to help clear their mind. This article is a little contradicting to the first source in that they carried healing ways through their bloodlines, rather then learning it from earlier timed ways. These answered some of the things that Native Americans used for healing and meditation. Rheanna Stoutt Literature Review Source
This is a mixture of Aztec, Spanish, spiritual and homeopathic combined with scientific medicine. It is practiced by a holistic leader in the form of laying of hands, using herbs and plants to cure illness. The holistic leaders are also sought to perform massages, counseling and readings and cleansings in the form of baths. Hispanics too, seek modern healthcare as a last resort if their folk medicines fail and once their condition improves, the need for healthcare or medicine is no longer
It may mislead the readers to focus on chemotherapy instead of the effect of oral cryotherapy on the development of mucositis. Burns and Grove (2007) stated that “quantitative research is conducted to test theory by describing variables, examine relationships among variables, and determining cause-and-effect interactions between variables” (p.18). The title identified variables (mucositis and cryotherapy) and the relationship among them. Therefore it was a quantitative research. Author The researchers were an assistant professor and a professor.
Medical commentators on the play W;t by Margaret Edson, have tended to highlight the play's medical themes in the hope that this will help to improve the care of the dying. In this essay, the author argues that a close reading of the play suggests an alternative approach. This approach would require physicians to become personally engaged with the play's broad underlying themes, in particular the themes of dignity, relationship, and forgiveness. Physicians who do this might be able to undergo the sort of personal transformation that could allow them to relate to dying patients more fully as fellow human beings. Such a reaction to the play by physicians might truly and radically improve the care of the dying.
The aim of this assignment is to explain what is hypnosis describe the psychological & physical aspects & discuss the role of relaxation in hypnotherapy. The British Society of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis defines hypnosis as "In therapy, hypnosis usually involves the person experiencing a sense of deep relaxation with their attention narrowed down, and focused on appropriate suggestions made by the therapist." 2011 cited on www.bscah.com These suggestions can help people make positive changes within themselves. Historically hypnosis was seen as waving pendulous items & controlling people's minds, this is no longer common practice. In a hypnotherapy session the client is always in control and they are never made to do anything
in Kluger). People who visited Dr. t. Low Dog’s clinic would get well soon by her special treatment on combination of western medicine and traditional medicine. Since she is so familiar in the botanical cures of the Hispanic, African, and Native American cultures, therefore she is showing other healer on different ways to heal illness by serving the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine policy
I achieved this by personally interviewing my fiancé’s surgeon Dr. Rapp port. During this interview I questioned the benefit of treatments such as chiropractic care, acupuncture, acupressure, massage therapy, and hypnotism. Massage therapy is in fact a component of some physical therapy regimens. When the muscles are less tense, less pressure is put on the nerves, resulting in less pain. Acupressure and acupuncture are widely supported by eastern medicine and skepticized by western medicine.
The scientific proof of the benefits of massage is far-reaching. Benefits ranging from treating the stress and anxiety some feel in everyday life, to the more complex, such as treating disease and alleviating the pain of acute and chronic injury. Massage can be used as preventative medicine, and not just luxurious pampering. Massage not only feels good, but it can greatly alleviate if not totally cure what ails you. Unfortunately massage is still thought of by many as an alternative type of medical treatment, and some still believe that it is a non-necessity, and pampering activity rather than one that provides magnificent benefits for the body.
The features of Traditional Chinese Medicine Abstract: Philosophy can be embodied and reflected by anything in the world. The Chinese consider the world as the “one” and the “harmony”, and it can be proved by the theory of traditional Chinese medicine. Through the introduction to traditional Chinese medicine, this paper will try to prove how the ancient Chinese philosophy influenced and helped to form the traditional Chinese medicine. Keywords: Chinese philosophy, medicine, Qi, Yin and Yang, Zhang / Fu, Five Elements. As we know, the ancient Chinese philosophy emphasized the “one”, the “blending” and the “harmony”.