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patient-practitioner relationship in acupuncture

Leon Hammer

patient-practitioner relationship in acupuncture

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Published by Thieme in Stuttgart, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Acupuncture -- Practice,
  • Medical personnel and patient,
  • Communication in medicine,
  • Acupuncture Therapy,
  • Professional-Patient Relations

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementLeon I. Hammer.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRM184 .H245 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16944160M
    ISBN 109783131488411
    LC Control Number2008027594

    Patient-practitioner relationship in acupuncture book book is organized in seventeen chapters, which are presented in an advancing hierarchy of complexity. So what does this mean? The authors, by connecting personal clinical experience and through study of classical texts, have created a model that shows how to develop Chinese medicine in the West. Students will gain proficiency in manipulation skill and sensitivity to energy balancing as they practice techniques in class and apply them in clinic. The Patient- Thieme The Patient- Practitioner Relationship in Acupuncture is written for acupuncturists and practitioners in the fields of alternative medicine searching for effective ways of connecting better with their patients in all their diversity. This course consists of procedures of physical and neurological examination; providing an understanding of the methods used in making physical diagnosis.

    Accessible to the layman, yet a resource for the professional in any healing art, this book examines the natural energy functions of the human organism as a key to mental, emotional and spiritual health. In AprilDr. This book focusses on the psycho-spiritual aspects of patients' conditions and is purposely constructed to facilitate practitioners' formulations of diagnosis and treatment. People with MS may purposely create, induce or exaggerate their symptoms. Severe — Inducing symptoms to cause an illness.

    It teaches the skills necessary to guide patients through emotional, psychological, and spiritual difficulties as part of the healing process. Shen for the first time. My search was for distillers that worked in the time-honored artisan way, living closely with the very source of the plant materials. Personal atmosphere.


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patient-practitioner relationship in acupuncture by Leon Hammer Download PDF Ebook

Practical use of classical point categories such as antique points, influential points and windows of the sky points in the treatment of eight principle disease patterns will be covered. The Patient- Thieme The Patient- Practitioner Relationship in Acupuncture is written for acupuncturists and practitioners in the fields of alternative medicine searching for effective ways of connecting better with their patients in all their diversity.

Their results showed that the male doctor in a smart suit and the female doctor in a skirt and jumper was preferred. In the s, he would tell wild and exaggerated tales of travels and adventures. It is the result of the very hard work, patient-practitioner relationship in acupuncture book many practitioners, of extracting the essentials from each area of this subject.

Illness delay — The time taken between patient-practitioner relationship in acupuncture book the illness and deciding to seek medical assistance. Call: Copyright Midwest College of Oriental Medicine This course is a practical study of the internal and external causes of disease within the Eastern medical model.

Let this handy reference become your constant and reliable companion on your path to: enhancing your propensity and innate talents to heal, improving your therapeutic skills within the scope of your practice, and gaining confidence in your interactions with your patients. This book focusses on the psycho-spiritual aspects of patients' conditions and is purposely constructed to facilitate practitioners' formulations of diagnosis and treatment.

Patient was very active during the consultation. There are two main types of errors which have previously been discussed in the Rosenhan study during AS. Doctor used less medical jargon; patient could understand diagnosis and treatment options.

This course helps students develop their skills in organization and analysis of presenting symptoms. She never returned to this hospital again.

Bio: Leon I. The Patient-Practitioner Relationship in Acupuncture is written for acupuncturists and practitioners in the fields of alternative medicine searching for: effective ways of connecting better with their patients in all their diversity, and the skills necessary to guide patients through emotional, psychological, and spiritual difficulties as part of the healing process.

Hammer studied with the internationally acknowledged Chinese master Dr. Shen for the first time. It reflects throughout on the patient-practitioner relationship, resources and various characteristics of acupuncture, and inherent problems and qualities.

It offers valuable insights on the etiology, symptoms, pathogenesis, and clinical signs of each disease, and combines pulse diagnosis with herbal medicine for superior therapeutic outcomes.

Specific treatment protocols will be prescribed for each individual, designed to address subtle patterns of imbalance.

Leon Hammer

A clear understanding of 'TCM pathologies' is needed in order to apply the sophisticated system of Oriental Medicine based on sign and symptom patterns. This involves a carer such as a nurse or mother deliberately exaggerating or inducing illness in another person, usually a child.Apr 13,  · This book focusses on the psycho-spiritual aspects of patients' conditions and is purposely constructed to facilitate practitioners' formulations of diagnosis and treatment.

Patient Practitioner Relationship in Acupuncture

Patient-practitioner relationship in acupuncture book reflects throughout on the patient-practitioner relationship, resources and various characteristics of acupuncture, and inherent problems and magicechomusic.com: The IBS study assessed the placebo response (i.e., response compared to no-treatment) of sham acupuncture with minimal contact with the clinician and sham acupuncture with an “optimal patient–practitioner relationship.”Cited by: 4.

Oct 27,  · Profit from a wealth of experience in interactions with your patients!The Patient-Practitioner Relationship in Acupuncture is written for acupuncturists and practitioners in the fields of alternative medicine searching for: effective ways of connecting better Brand: Thieme.Apr 19, pdf Covering tips on patient care and the patient-practitioner relationship to advice pdf a deeper understanding of the elements, of the healing practice, and of humanity's links to nature, the book also touches on the spiritual aspects of the work and the need for self-awareness in the magicechomusic.com: Nora Franglen.The Patient–Practitioner Relationship in Acupuncture is written for acupuncturists and practitioners in the fields of alternative medicine searching for • effective ways of connecting better with their patients in all their diversity, and.Expenses And Fees.

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Books and Supplies – Room & Board ebook Transportation Costs. The total cost of books for the Acupuncture Program is approximately $1, and the cost of books for the Oriental Medicine Program is approximately $1, Supplies for Acupuncture with both programs are approximately $