Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Rehabilitation
Part of the Medical Guides to Complementary and Alternative Medicine series, this comprehensive review presents complementary and alternative therapies as they relate to rehabilitation. With an emphasis on evidence-based medicine, this practical resource offers clinical examples, historical and theoretical information, and current research for four groups of therapies--mind/body therapies, body-oriented therapies, energy-based therapies, and emergent approaches. It also covers some of the most widely encountered clinical conditions in rehabilitation, focusing on clinical practice and solid research.
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