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Table of Contents Visit www.healthreferenceseries.com to view A Contents Guide to the Health Reference Series, a listing of more than 12,000 topics and the volumes in which they are covered. Preface Part I: Introduction to Complementary and Alternative Medicine Chapter 1¿What You Should Know If You Are Considering Using Complementary and Alternative Medicine Chapter 2¿Selecting a Complementary and Alternative Medicine Provider Chapter 3¿Consumer Financial Issues in Complementary and Alternative Medicine Chapter 4¿Statistics on the Use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the United States Chapter 5¿Evaluating the Validity of Health Claims: What You Need to Know Part II: Whole Medical Systems Chapter 6¿Whole Medical Systems: An Overview Chapter 7¿Traditional Chinese Medicine Chapter 8¿Acupuncture and Related Therapies Chapter 9¿Acupressure and Shiatsu Chapter 10¿Ayurveda Chapter 11¿Native American Medicine Chapter 12¿Naturopathy Chapter 13¿Homeopathy Part III: Mind-Body Medicine Chapter 14¿Mind-Body Medicine: An Overview Chapter 15¿Arts Therapies: Art, Dance, Drama, Music, and Poetry Therapies Chapter 16¿Biofeedback Chapter 17¿Neurobiofeedback Chapter 18¿Color Therapy Chapter 19¿Feng Shui Chapter 20¿Guided Imagery and Meditation Chapter 21¿Hypnotherapy Chapter 22¿Prayer and Spirituality Chapter 23¿Qigong Chapter 24¿Relaxation Techniques Chapter 25¿Tai Chi Chapter 26¿Yoga Part IV: Biologically Based Therapies Chapter 27¿Biologically Based Practices: An Overview Chapter 28¿Apitherapy Chapter 29¿Aromatherapy Chapter 30¿Hyperthermia Chapter 31¿Herbal Medicine Chapter 32¿Bach Flower Remedies Chapter 33¿Oxygen Therapy Chapter 34¿St. John's Wort Part V: Dietary Interventions Chapter 35¿Clinical Nutrition Chapter 36¿What's in the Bottle? An Introduction to Dietary Supplements Chapter 37¿Vitamin A and Carotenoids Chapter 38¿Vitamin B6 Chapter 39¿Vitamin B12 Chapter 40¿Vitamin D Chapter 41¿Vitamin E Chapter 42¿Folate Chapter 43¿Magnesium Chapter 44¿Selenium Chapter 45¿Zinc Chapter 46¿Detoxification Therapy and Lymph Drainage Therapy Chapter 47¿Fasting Chapter 48¿Macrobiotic Therapy Part VI: Manipulative and Body-Based Therapies Chapter 49¿Manipulative and Body-Based Practices: An Overview Chapter 50¿Alexander Technique Chapter 51¿Applied Kinesiology Chapter 52¿Chiropractic Chapter 53¿Feldenkrais Method Chapter 54¿Hellerwork Chapter 55¿Massage Therapy Chapter 56¿Reflexology Chapter 57¿Rolfing Chapter 58¿Trager Approach Chapter 59¿Tuina Part VII: Energy-Based Therapies Chapter 60¿Energy Medicine: An Overview Chapter 61¿Bioresonance Therapy Chapter 62¿Crystal Therapy Chapter 63¿Magnet Therapy Chapter 64¿Polarity Therapy Chapter 65¿Reiki Chapter 66¿Therapeutic Touch Chapter 67¿Zero Balancing Part VIII: Alternative Treatments for Specific Diseases and Conditions Chapter 68¿Allergies and Asthma: Complementary and Alternative Therapies Chapter 69¿Cancer Treatment: Complementary and Alternative Therapies Chapter 70¿Diabetes: Complementary and Alternative Therapies Chapter 71¿Gastrointestinal Conditions and the Use of Mind-Body Interventions Chapter 72¿Headaches: Alternative Approaches Chapter 73¿Hepatitis C: Complementary Therapies Chapter 74¿Menopausal Symptoms and Alternative Therapies Chapter 75¿Mental Health Care: Alternative Approaches Chapter 76¿Morning Sickness: Complementary and Alternative Therapies Chapter 77¿Osteoarthritis: Complementary and Alternative Therapies Chapter 78¿Pain Management: Complementary and Alternative Therapies Part IX: Additional Help and Information Chapter 79¿Glossary of Terms Related to Complementary and Alternative Medicine Chapter 80¿Complementary and Alternative Medicine Resource List Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Alternative medicine -- Popular works.