anthroposophical medicine

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anthroposophical medicine

A holistic approach to health and illness based on the teachings of Rudolf Steiner who believed the word “anthroposophy” should be understood to mean awareness of one’s humanity.
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A Kolisko-trained and board-certified IPMT graduate of anthroposophic medicine, Dr.
Kiene, "Anthroposophic medicine: an integrative medical system originating in Europe," Global Advances in Health and Medicine, vol.
She has 40 years' experience in practice nursing and anthroposophic medicine, and Cordelia's work on neurology wards in the United States, as well as in general practice, gives her a good understanding of the psychotropic medications and ID syndromes.
This text outlines an individualized therapeutic approach to treating children that integrates physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects in diagnosis and treatment that uses anthroposophic medicine and homeopathy.
In the present study, we investigated the sedative effect of Bryophyllum pinnatum, a phytotherapeutic medication used in anthroposophic medicine. In previous clinical studies on its tocolytic effect, B.
The most commonly used CAM therapies in Europe that are practiced by medical doctors are acupuncture, homeopathy, phytotherapy, anthroposophic medicine, naturopathy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, osteopathy and chiropractic.
CAM may include acupressure, acupuncture, Alexander technique, applied kinesiology, anthroposophic medicine, aromatherapy, ayurveda, chiropractic, environmental medicine, healing, herbal medicine, homoeopathy, hypnosis, massage therapies, meditation, naturopathy, nutritional therapy, osteopathy, reflexology, reiki, relaxation and visualization, shiatsu, therapeutic touch and yoga.