A study of different complementary therapies in relation to orthodox treatments

Some treatments may interact. They will always encourage you to discuss any therapies with your cancer doctor or GP. However, people who have stroke would have to have different orthodox treatments with different complementary therapies which would benefit them.

Personalize your cancer research with a Free Cancer Tutor Account. They may also help you to cope better with symptoms caused by the cancer or side effects caused by cancer treatment.

Although, the complementary therapy may not be as useful for the individual, it could still make them feel at ease once the energy is being resorted and is balance. We have only recently begun to take account of the contributions of this alternative and complementary sector to public health.

However, the intellectual point of departure, and the standards by which these therapies are judged, remains that of conventional biomedicine. Safety issues in herbal medicine: P2 — explain how the use of complementary therapies is regulated P3 — explain the principles and practices of complementary therapies CT4 P4 — explain the role of complementary therapies in relation to orthodox treatments IE3; CT2; CT4 P5 — explain the advantages and disadvantages of complementary therapies in maintaining health and wellbeing IE3; CT2; CT4 Merit M1 — discuss complementary therapies that are available for users of health and social care services M2 — compare the role of two complementary therapies with those of more orthodox treatments M3 — discuss the role of complementary in maintaining health and wellbeing Distinction.

Write a report which explains the principles and practices of complementary therapies. However, it would only help to get rid of the cancer and would not be able to make the person feel emotionally stable.

The booklet should include a description of two factors which influence access from the list below: The orthodox treatments would be free and would be easily accessed which can result with the individual not accessing the complementary therapies due to the barriers such as, geographical and financial.

The works collected here represent the beginning of an important dialog for public health. Consider how they can help with mobility, pain, respiration, mental health and stress. There are many different types of complementary therapy, including: Evaluate the roles of the two therapies.

J Pain Symptom Manage. This is as true in the developing world, such as in western Africa, 8 as it is in the industrial world, such as in the American South. Perhaps from the land that gave the world Martin Luther, one should expect nothing less.

Moreover, the limits of our current biomedical knowledge and capabilities cannot be denied. With folk medicine on rise, health group is monitoring. Anthropology and Public Health: This continuum ranges from professionalized biomedicine and the parallel medical system of osteopathy to professionalized heterodox systems such as chiropractic, acupuncture, and naturopathy to national and regional folk healing systems such as Appalachian folk medicine to self-care and home remedies used outside of these professionalized and semiprofessionalized systems.

Complementary Therapies

Then, he holds the parts in his hands. Critically evaluate the role of the therapies in maintaining health and well-being you will need to cite clinical studies as evidence for your judgements D2.

While, for instance, Native American health systems are easily understood to fall into a separate system of ethnomedicine, it is indeed helpful to understand that movements such as Christian Science, chiropractic, and spiritualism may also be indigenous ethnomedical systems in the United States.The difference between complementary and alternative therapies; Why people use complementary or alternative therapies; Where you can go to have complementary therapies; Are complementary and alternative therapies safe?

Finding a therapist A useful source of information on different complementary therapies can be found on Macmillan’s website. different types of complementary therapies such as massage, reflexology, relaxation, herbal medicine and acupuncture; It generally refers to therapies or treatments that developed in the eastern part of the world such as Ayurvedic medicine and traditional Chinese Medicine.

1 Understand complementary therapies that can be used by users of health and social care services 2 Understand the role of complementary therapies in relation to orthodox treatments 3 Understand the role of complementary therapies in maintaining health and wellbeing.

Use of complementary therapies by patients attending musculoskeletal clinics.

M1 – discuss complementary therapies that are available for users of health and social care services M2 – compare the role of two complementary therapies with those of more orthodox treatments M3 – discuss the role of complementary in maintaining health and wellbeing Distinction.

Orthodox treatments work far better for early stage cancers and do an overall very poor job treating late-stage cancers that have metastasized Unless the cancer or chemotherapy or radiation destroyed one or more vital organs, several alternative treatments work almost equally well whether the cancer is detected in an early stage or in a late stage.

However, people who have stroke would have to have different orthodox treatments with different complementary therapies which would benefit them.

Individuals who may suffer from lung cancer may be asked to undergo therapies such as acupuncture, aromatherapy, reflexology and reiki.

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