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Bioresonance A New View Of Medicine

Author : Jürgen Hennecke
ISBN : 9783844823752
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Bioresonance has been an established and proven method of diagnosis and treatment for over 30 years. The author has been successfully using the bioresonance method in his own practice for over 20 years and describes the background, explanatory models and experiences relating to this fascinating therapeutic approach in simple and coherent language. From the original idea to a modern, computer-controlled therapy device The latest scientific findings used to explain how the method works How bioresonance devices work and their therapeutic action in patients Biophysical test methods Indications, options and limitations, with a broad range of case studies Efficacy and evidence-based studies


Author : Marcia Pitman
ISBN : 0980839203
Genre : Acupuncture points
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Principles of energetic healingChinese medicine Homeopathy
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Food Sensitivity Testing

Author : Julie Langton Smith
ISBN : 1789552419
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Bioresonance and Biofeedback therapyis a new and dynamic health science that helps to detect disease and illness to guide the patient to better health. This first book investigates the popular subject of Food Intolerances, Sensitivities and Allergies using Bioresonance/Biofeedback therapy. It will demonstrate the practice of food testing for a patient and help a practitioner understand how to produce a food elimination plan for the patient. It covers the history of the tremendous growth in complementary medicine of the last century to today with the emphasis on bio physics, the use of energy in health assessment and healing. It describes the principles of how this therapy works and includes practical working knowledge for a practitioner as well as information for a patient.
Category: Health & Fitness


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ISBN : OCLC:1110627263
Genre : Glass artists
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Bioresonance Therapy

Author : Reinhold D. Will
ISBN : 3896981145
Genre : Electrotherapeutics
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Category: Electrotherapeutics

New Trends In Allergy Iv

Author : Johannes Ring
ISBN : 9783642604195
Genre : Medical
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There is no doubt among experts that the prevalence of allergic diseases has increased in many industrialized countries in recent years. The rea sons for this increase are unknown; only suppositions exist. Many people focus on environmental influences. However, the assumption that air pollution alone is responsible for this increase seems to be too simple: many other influences, including the genetic predisposition of individual patients, allergen exposure, and possibly socioeconomic factors, also have to be taken into consideration. Although our understanding of the complex mechanisms of allergic diseases has considerably improved thanks to the progress made in ex perimental immunology and allergology, we still have a long way to go before this scientific knowledge is translated into new therapeutic mo dalities. For this reason, the scientific community welcomed the gathering of scientists from very different disciplines and different parts of the world at an international symposium, "New Trends in Allergy IV" together with "Environmental Allergy and Allergotoxicology III" in Hamburg in 1995. This volume contains the invited papers, covering a wide range from basic science to practical clinical diagnosis and therapy. A further unique feature of this event was the concomitant first official workshop of the Environmental Pollution and Allergy Committee of the International Association of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (IAACI), at which the state of scientific knowledge in this field was defined and formulated.
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Herb Drug Interactions In Oncology

Author : Barrie R. Cassileth
ISBN : 1607950413
Genre : Medical
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Beautifully rendered drawings of the plants and treatment machinery add considerably to the appeal Each listing has clearly indicated sections: common name, scientific name, clinical summary, constituents, warnings, mechanisms of action, usage, adverse reactions, drug interactions, dosage and literature summary
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Alternative Medicine

Author : Edzard Ernst
ISBN : 9783030126018
Genre : Medical
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Alternative medicine (AM) is hugely popular; about 40% of the US general population have used at least one type of alternative treatment in the past year, and in Germany this figure is around 70%. The money spent on AM is considerable: the global market is expected to reach nearly US $ 200 billion by 2025, with most of these funds coming directly out of consumers’ pockets. The reasons for this popularity are complex, but misinformation is certainly a prominent factor. The media seem to have an insatiable appetite for the subject and often report uncritically on it. Misinformation about AM on the Internet (currently about 50 million websites are focused on AM) is much more the rule than the exception. Consumers are thus being bombarded with misinformation on AM, and they are ill-protected from such misinformation and therefore prone to making wrong, unwise or dangerous therapeutic decisions, endangering their health and wasting their money. This book is a reference text aimed at guiding consumers through the maze of AM. The concept of the book is straightforward. It has two main parts. The first, short section provides essential background on AM, explaining in simple terms what is (and what is not) good, reliable evidence, and addressing other relevant issues like, for instance, the placebo response, informed consent, integrative medicine, etc. The second and main part consists of 150 short chapters, topically grouped and each dedicated to one single alternative therapeutic or diagnostic method. In each of them, seven critical points are raised. These points relate to issues that are important for consumers’ decisions whether it is worth trying the method in question. Restricting the discussion to just seven points means that issues must be prioritized to those themes which are most relevant in the context of each given modality.
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