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Integrating complementary medicine into veterinary practice
GOLDSTEIN
Integrating complementary medicine into veterinary practice
1° ed., 928 pagg., 0 ill., John Wiley & Sons, settembre 2008
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Integrating complementary treatment options with traditional veterinary practice is a growing trend in veterinary medicine. Veterinarians and clients alike have an interest in expanding treatment options to include complementary approaches such as Western and Chinese Herbal Medicine, Acupuncture, Homotoxicology, and Therapeutic Nutrition along with conventional medicine. Integrating Complementary Medicine into Veterinary Practice introduces and familiarizes veterinarians with the terminology and procedures of these complementary treatment modalities in a traditional clinical format that facilitates the easy integration of these methods into established veterinary practices.

Section 1: Introduction to Integrative Veterinary Medicine: The Integration of Old and Ancient Medical Practice Techniques into Conventional Veterinary Practice.

Chapter 1: The Integration of Old and Ancient Medical Practice Techniques into Conventional Veterinary Practice.

Chapter 2: The Modern Approach to Therapuetic Nutraceuticals.

Chapter 3: The Modern Approcah to the Integration of Chinese Herbal Medicine.

Chapter 4: The Modern Approach to Homeopathy-Homotoxicology.

Chapter 5: A Practical Approach to the Integration of Western Herbal Medicine into Veterinary Practice.

Section 2: Integrative Therapy Protocols by Organ System.

Chapter 6: Autoimmune Disease.

Chapter 7: Disease of the Blood and Lymph.

Chapter 8: Behavior and Emotional Conditions.

Chapter 9: Disease of the Cardiovascular System.

Chapter 10: Disease of the Dermatological System.

Chapter 11: Disease of the Digestive System.

Chapter 12: Disease of the Eye and Ear.

Chapter 13: Disease of the Musculoskeletal System.

Chapter 14: Disease of the Respiratory System.

Chapter 15: Disease of the Urogenital System.

Chapter 16: Metabolic and Endocrine Diseases.

Chapter 17: Neurological Disorders.

Section 3: Integrative Therapy Protocols for Infectious Diseases.

Chapter 18: Integrative Therapy Protocols for Infectious Diseases.

Section 4: Western Herbal Disease Protocols.

Chapter 19: Disease of the Blood and Lymph.

Chapter 20: Emotional and Behavior Conditions.

Chapter 21: Disease of the Cardiovascular System.

Chapter 22: Disease of the Dermatological System.

Chapter 23: Disease of the Digestive System.

Chapter 24: Disease of the Eye and Ear.

Chapter 25: Disease of the Musculoskeletal System.

Chapter 26: Disease of the Urogenital System.

Chapter 27: Metabolic and Endocrine Disease.

Chapter 28: Neurological Disorders.

Chapter 29: Infectious Disease.

Chapter 30: Cancer Treatment.

Section 5: Integrative Cancer Therapy Protocols (Therapeutic Nutrition, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Homotoxicology).

Chapter 31: Cancer.

Chapter 32: IVM Cancer Treatment Protocols.

Chapter 33: Advanced Homotoxicology: Autosanguis Therapy.

Chatper 34: Advanced Homotoxicology: Oncology.

Chapter 35: Advanced Homotoxicology: Cancer Protocols.

Section 6: Vaccinations.

Chapter 36: Vaccinations.

Section 7: Glossary.

Section 8: Resources, Product Suppliers, Suggested references and readings.

Robert Goldstein is currently Director of Veterinary Services at Animal Nutrition Technologies, Healing Center for Animals, Northern Skies Veterinary Center as well as Director of Product Development for Earth Animal, all in Westport CT.

Paula Jo Broadfoot graduated from Kansas State University School of Veterinary Medicine and has been studying and practicing therapeutic nutrition for the past 18 years.

Richard E. Palmquist is currently the head of medicine at Centinela Animal Hospital in Inglewood, California.

Karen Johnston works at Hampton Veterinary Hospital in the fields of small animal and exotic pet medicine, surgery, and acupuncture. She is also the co-owner of Natural Solutions, herbal supplements for veterinary use.

Jiu Jia Wen is the owner of Hampton Veterinary Hospital.

Barbara Fougere is the president of the Australian Veterinary Acupuncture Association and President for the International Veterinary Botanical Medicine Association.

Margo Roman opened a holistic health center for animals offering chiropractic, cranial sacral, physical therapy, massage, reiki, and polarity in the lower level and in the main clinic homeopathy, acupuncture, herbs, surgery and conventional medicine in an integrative method.

Codice Articolo: MEDAL7
ISBN: 9780813820200
Peso: 2820 g
Area: Tutte le specie
Disciplina: Medicine alternative
IVA: Esente IVA