In its 2001 'Guidelines for Complementary and Alternative Medicine,' the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) recognizes the growing interest in CAVM, and encourages the critical examination of these therapies using the scientific method. Following the AVMA's lead on this subject, 'Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine Considered' thoroughly examines a variety of CAVM therapies and asks important questions regarding alternative treatments. For example, is acupuncture effective in pain relief? What is homeopathy? What is the history behind chiropractic? What does the research say (and not say) about various CAVM modalities? And, just as importantly, what are the ethical and regulatory considerations concerning such therapies? This book has the answers to those questions and more.
'Complementary and Alternative Veterinary Medicine Considered' will help practicing veterinarians to make informed decisions about specific CAVM therapies. This text evaluates various prevalent therapies, and will give veterinarians the ethical and scientific bases they need to make sound decisions regarding CAVM therapies
Coverage includes but is not limited to: Acupuncture and acupressure; Energy medicine; Manual therapy (chiropractic); Manual therapy (massage); Magnetic and electromagnetic therapy; Laser and light therapy; Homeopathy; and Herbal therapy.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Número da edição||1|
|Ano da edição||2003|
|País de Origem||Estados Unidos|
|Número de Páginas||252|
|Autor||Rollin,Bernard E.; Ramey,David W.; Loew,Franklin M.|