Teen Health Series: Complementary and Alternative Medicine Information for Teens

Editor: Mullin, Greg
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1617-6
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 3
Book Status: Available
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Complementary And Alternative Medicine Information For Teens, Third Edition provides updated information about complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) systems, therapies, and practices, including various whole medical systems, manipulative practices, and movement therapies. Mind- body medicine, biologically based practices, energy medicine, and creative arts therapies are also discussed.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part One: Introduction To Complementary And Alternative Medicine
  • Chapter 1— What Is Complementary And Alternative Medicine (CAM)?
  • Chapter 2— Use Of CAM In The United States
  • Chapter 3— Are You Considering Complementary Medicine?
  • Chapter 4— Tell Your Healthcare Provider About Your CAM Use
  • Chapter 5— Evaluating Web-Based Health Resources
  • Chapter 6— Selecting A CAM Practitioner
  • Chapter 7— Paying For Complementary And Integrative Health Approaches
  • Part Two: Whole Medical Systems
  • Chapter 8— Understanding Whole Medical Systems
  • Chapter 9— Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • Chapter 10— Ayurvedic Medicine
  • Chapter 11— Homeopathic Medicine
  • Chapter 12— Native American Medicine
  • Chapter 13— Naturopathy
  • Chapter 14— Osteopathy
  • Part Three: Manipulative Practices And Movement Therapies
  • Chapter 15— Chiropractic Medicine
  • Chapter 16— Kinesiotherapy
  • Chapter 17— Lymphatic Drainage Therapy
  • Chapter 18— Massage Therapy
  • Chapter 19— Reflexology (Zone Therapy)
  • Chapter 20— Spinal Manipulation
  • Chapter 21— Rolfing Structural Integration
  • Chapter 22— Feldenkrais Method
  • Chapter 23— The Alexander Technique
  • Part Four: Mind-Body Medicine
  • Chapter 24— About Mind-Body Medicine
  • Chapter 25— Biofeedback
  • Chapter 26— Relaxation Techniques
  • Chapter 27—
  • Chapter 28— Hypnotherapy
  • Chapter 29— Aromatherapy
  • Chapter 30— Guided Imagery
  • Chapter 31— Spirituality
  • Chapter 32— Feng Shui
  • Chapter 33— Shiatsu
  • Chapter 34— Tai Chi And Qi Gong
  • Chapter 35— Tui Na
  • Chapter 36— Yoga
  • Part Five: Biologically Based Practices
  • Chapter 37— Nutrition And Health
  • Chapter 38— Clinical Nutrition
  • Chapter 39— Dietary Supplements
  • Chapter 40— Botanical Products
  • Chapter 41— Herbal Medicine
  • Chapter 42— Antioxidant Supplements
  • Chapter 43— Medical Marijuana
  • Chapter 44— Popular Fad Diets
  • Chapter 45— Oral Probiotics
  • Chapter 46— Enzyme Therapy
  • Chapter 47— Detoxification Diets
  • Chapter 48— What You Need To Know About Gerson Therapy
  • Part Six: Energy Medicine
  • Chapter 49— Acupuncture
  • Chapter 50— Magnet Therapy
  • Chapter 51— Therapeutic Touch
  • Chapter 52— Reiki
  • Part Seven: Creative Arts Therapies
  • Chapter 53— Art Therapies
  • Chapter 54— Music Therapy
  • Part Eight: CAM Treatments For Cancer And Other Diseases And Conditions
  • Chapter 55— Cancer And Complementary Health Therapies
  • Chapter 56— CAM For Pain
  • Chapter 57— Asthma And Complementary Health
  • Chapter 58— CAM Therapies For Cold And Flu
  • Chapter 59— Diabetes And CAM
  • Chapter 60— Irritable Bowel Syndrome And Complementary Health Practices
  • Chapter 61— Alternative, Complementary, And Traditional Medicine For HIV
  • Chapter 62— CAM For Hepatitis C
  • Chapter 63— CAM Therapies In Behavioral Health
  • Chapter 64— CAM For Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Chapter 65— Complementary Health Approaches For Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
  • Chapter 66— Skin Conditions And Complementary Health Approaches
  • Part Nine: If You Need More Information
  • Chapter 67— Clinical Trials And CAM
  • Chapter 68— Additional Reading About CAM
  • Chapter 69— Directory Of Resources For More CAM Information