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  • Shortly before I began research for this book on alternative and complementary medicine, I informed a dear friend of the pending task. His first comment was “How many volumes?” Those three words would haunt me throughout the project. One book hardly scratches the surface; therefore my objectives were to compile up-to-date information on and explanations of as many alternative, complementary, or integrative healing methods as possible and to present them in an unbiased and accessible A-to-Z format.

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  • Despite of the fact that Achilles tendon rupture is not a very common injury, it has always attracted a great attention. Hippocrates is believed to be the first who wrote about its treatment, but the first description of the Achilles tendon rupture can be found in the works of Ambrois Pare in 1575. “Modern” concepts of conservative as well as operative treatment with many proposed methods can be found since 1929 in works of Quenu and Stojanović. These works still attract attention and many publications still arise every year....

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  • Most books on house rabbits are written as a result of the author’s personal experience with a rabbit companion. This book is no exception. I first conceived the idea of writing about disabled buns after my experiences with a rabbit who required constant specialized care. He inspired me to write an article about caring for special-needs rabbits, which appeared online, and I then planned to expand the topic into a book.

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  • According to a random survey conducted in 1997, 42% of Americans sought out and used one or more types of medical interventions that were not taught in medical schools and were not generally available in U.S. hospitals. This represented an eight percentage point increase over the 1990 results of the same survey. While the vast majority (96%) of these people were also seeking conventional treatment for their health problems, less than 40% of these people told their conventional doctors what they were doing. Clearly, something’s going on with alternative medicine....

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  • This study characterized maxillary sinus mucositis (SIMS) adjacent to teeth with apical periodontitis (AP), and assessed its resolution three months after endodontic treatment. 29 subjects who maxillary posterior teeth with AP were imaged with cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT). Resolution of SIMS was assessed with CBCT three months after treatment, and periapical healing was assessed using the PAI after six months. Four non-compliant subjects were discontinued and SIMS was identified in 14/25 subjects (56%).

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học General Psychiatry cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Serum levels of hyaluronic acid and chondroitin sulfate as a non-invasive method to evaluate healing after cartilage repair procedures...

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  • The renewed valuation of natural healing methods in our time has led to a steadily growing interest in medicinal plants and their classical-and thus also the spagyric--methods of preparation . The practice of spagyrics consists in the application of alchemical, or parachemical, findings and methods to the preparation of tinctures, essences, and other products from the medicinal plants at our disposal. This book aims to give the reader an understanding of these methods .

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  • In my work as a veterinarian, I combine Western diagnostic and treatment methods with Eastern healing principles. When potential clients hear about my work, the first question they usually ask is: “Why should I bother to learn about a different approach to my pet’s health than the one I’m already familiar with—the one my parents grew up with?” I have heard many variations on this “why” question during early meetings with pet owners about the health of their dog, cat, bird, or other beloved animal....

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  • Foreword For people who advocate and recognise the latent healing power of nature like my esteemed friend and fellow practitioner, Shri H.K. Bakhru, naturopathy is a way of life. It is a distinct philosophy and science which strengthens the age-old faith in the correction of bodily disorders and restoration and main- tenance of health through elements freely available in nature. It brings home the basic fact that healing is brought about by the inherent curative powers of the body. The simplicity of this method should not deter individuals from its use.

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  • Bashardoust Tajali et al. Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research 2010, 5:1 http://www.josr-online.com/content/5/1/1 REVIEW Open Access Effects of low power laser irradiation on bone healing in animals: a meta-analysis Siamak Bashardoust Tajali1*, Joy C MacDermid1,2, Pamela Houghton1, Ruby Grewal3 Abstract Purpose: The meta-analysis was performed to identify animal research defining the effects of low power laser irradiation on biomechanical indicators of bone regeneration and the impact of dosage.

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  • Makridis et al. Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research 2010, 5:9 http://www.josr-online.com/content/5/1/9 RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Comparing two intramedullary devices for treating trochanteric fractures: A prospective study Konstantinos G Makridis*, Vasileios Georgaklis, Miltiadis Georgoussis, Vasileios Mandalos, Vasileios Kontogeorgakos, Leonidas Badras Abstract Background: Intertrochanteric fractures are surgically treated by using different methods and implants. The optional type of surgical stabilization is still under debate.

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  • Certain historic modes of healing, including the use of medical amulets and charms, which have been regarded from early times as magical remedies, belong properly to the domain of Psychical Medicine. For the therapeutic virtues of medical amulets are not inherent in these objects, but are due to the influence exerted by them upon the imaginative faculties of the individuals who employ them. They afford powerful suggestions of healing.

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  • With the growth of health awareness, there has been a contemporary interest in experimenting with newer methods of healing based on energy. Conventional medicine works at the level of biochemical energy but the new-age techniques opt for subtler forms of energy. This has resulted in a renewed interest in esoteric methods with its inherent dangers of glorifying superstitions.

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  • Pilot studies suggest that intracoronary transplantation of progenitor cells derived from bone marrow (BMC) or circulating blood (CPC) may improve left ventricular function after acute myocardial infarction. The effects of cell transplantation in patients with healed myocardial infarction are unknown.

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  • History of Qigong, Benefits of Practicing Qigong, Scientific Nature of Qigong, Content of Qigong Cultivation, Coordinating Consciousness, Qi, Form and Spirit, Cultivation of Virtue, Ten Mechanisms of Qigong Healing, Qigong Principles and Qigong Methods, Three Practice Methods, Qigong ReactionsYan Xin Secrets Benefits of Internal Qigong Cultivation

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  • At the time of Atreya and Dhanwantri (seventh century BC), surgery was considered one of the best methods of treatment for arbuda. They found that herbal medicine treatments against cancer, either in the form of granthi or arbuda, were beneficial only in the beginning stage. Nonetheless, they recorded a group of successful treat- ments for use against gulmas (cystic tumors) and neoplasms of individual organs.

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  • The objective of medicine is to address people’s unavoidable needs for emotional and physical healing. The discipline has evolved over millennia by drawing on the religious beliefs and social structures of numerous indigenous peoples, by exploit- ing natural products in their environments, and more recently by developing and validating therapeutic and preventive approaches using the scientific method.

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