This book provides support at curriculum level for developing the complementary potential which exists between complementary and conventional western medicine. It provides students, teachers and practitioners with a framework within which they can effectively analyse and classify the extensive amount of information gathered in a CAM consultation and help them develop effective and appropriate treatment programmes within the time constraints of a busy clinic. It provides an insight into the initial CAM consultation process, offering possible treatment and collaborative referral options for indi S. Mills, K. Bone, Principles aamp; Practice of Phytotherapy; Modern Herbal Medicine, Churchill Livingstone, Edinburgh : London, 2000. ...  M. Sinclair, Modern Hydrotherapy for the Massage Therapist, Lippincott Williams aamp; Wilkins, Baltimore, 2008. ... CD000219.pub2)  P. Burke, J. Bain, D. Robinson, Acute red ear in children: controlled trial of non-antibiotic treatment in general practice, BMJ 303 ...  R. Rothman, T. Owens, D. Simel, Does this child have acute otitis media?
|Title||:||Case Studies for Complementary Therapists|
|Author||:||Kelly Galvin, Madelaine Bishop|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Australia - 2010-10-01|