By British Medical Association
This dialogue of acupuncture offers info in this widely-used treatment of complementary and substitute drugs, and informs the reader of the price of acupuncture and its most likely position in the NHS.
Read or Download Acupuncture : Efficacy Safety and Practice PDF
Best alternative medicine books
Reiki for Dummies is a so much informative and fascinating e-book answering all questions you could have. a very good booklet worth the cash!
This reference indicates how crucial oils might help mom and dad increase more healthy, happier childrens. Chapters hide all ages from baby to youngster with aromatherapy treatments for normal problems--from diaper rash to bedwetting to bronchial asthma. The e-book good points details for pregnant moms and bodily challenged kids and appendices with regard charts, protection facts, and provider details.
Melancholy touches each point of human experience-physical health, relationships with household, paintings, and spirituality-and can paralyze and alienate. This publication deals quite a lot of chinese language medicine's self-help and preventative innovations, resembling self-massage, magnet remedy, moxibustion, aromatherapy, patent medicinal drugs, natural teas, and extra.
- Essential Chemistry for Aromatherapy, 2e
- Herbal Simples. Approved for Modern Uses of Cure
- Why Isn't My Brain Working?: A Revolutionary Understanding of Brain Decline and Effective Strategies to Recover Your Brain's Health
- The American Institute of Homeopathy Handbook for Parents: A Guide to Healthy Treatment for Everything from Colds and Allergies to ADHD, Obesity, and Depression
Extra resources for Acupuncture : Efficacy Safety and Practice
In the UK, the National Institute of Clinical Excellence has been established to consider the value of particular treatments in clinical practice, and is well placed to consider acupuncture and produce guidance for the NHS. 26 ACUPUNCTURE: EFFICACY, SAFETY AND PRACTICE Table 1: Summary of methodological details of reviews of the clinical effectiveness of acupuncture Source: Ernst E (1999). Clinical effectiveness of acupuncture: an overview of systematic reviews. ) Acupuncture: a scientific appraisal.
Box 1: Competencies that acupuncturists and other CAM therapists should be able to demonstrate (BMA, 1993) Competencies for CAM therapists • A sound knowledge of anatomy, physiology, pathology, basic medical therapeutics, and the principles of their own therapeutic modality. The practitioner must also have acquired a sufficient depth of knowledge of the principles of medicine and the pathological process of disease, and be aware of the physiological basis for their treatment and modality. • The ability to collect relevant information from the taking of an appropriate case history and an examination of the patient enabling the practitioner to formulate an appropriate diagnosis and effective treatment plan, as well as the likely prognosis and any suitable prophylaxis.
A survey, using members of the British Medical Acupuncture Society, of adverse events is currently underway using the spontaneous reporting technique at the Department of Complementary Medicine in Exeter. Aside from academic work to assess the occurrence of adverse events, it is important to consider what individual practitioners can do. Mills (1996) suggests that awareness needs to be raised among CAM practitioners, and recommends that the research departments of the professional CAM organisations establish adverse effect reporting schemes.
Acupuncture : Efficacy Safety and Practice by British Medical Association