Complete Healing: Regaining Your Health Through Anthroposophical Medicine

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SteinerBooks, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 192 pages
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Anthroposophical medicine adds the dimension of spiritual science to conventional, allopathic medicine to provide therapies for the whole human being. The resulting therapeutic opportunities offer the possibility of success when conventional treatment can only suppress symptoms. This broader range of therapies dramatically reduces the need for conventional pharmaceutical drugs. Medicine based on the principles Rudolf Steiner outlined have been used worldwide for seventy-five years.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
7
Introduction
9
Extending the Art and Science of Medicine
15
A New Study of Life
24
The Soul
34
The Spirit
48
The Two Main Types of Illness
59
The Use of Medicines
67
The Medicines
141
The Medicines and Legislation
152
Therapeutic Communities
163
Extending Health Care Provision
169
Endnotes
177
Further Reading
181
Anthroposophtcal Societies
185
Hospitals Clinics and General Practitioners
189

Artistic Therapies
82
Therapeutic Massage and Hydrotherapy
89
The Art of Nursing
97
Childhood Illnesses
103
Inner Development
111
Psychiatry
116
Immunity Aids and Cancer
132
Manufacturers and Distributors of Medicines
193
Professional Associations of Doctors
196
Support Groups
199
6Training Courses in Medical Practice
200
Index
203
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Michael Evans has taught Medieval History at Christ Church College, Canterbury, and at the University of Reading. He lives in the United Kingdom.

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