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–“Imagine a world - oriented toward healing ratherthan disease, where physicians believed in thenatural healing capacity of human beings, andemphasized prevention above treatment. – In such a world, doctors and patients wouldbe partners working toward the same ends.
OUTLINE•LEARNING OBJECTIVES•DEFINITION AND SCOPE•TRMINOLOGY OF CAM PRACTICES•PATTERN OF USE•PRACTIONER BASED DISCIPLINES•MIND-BODY INTERVENTIONS•DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS•PATIENT AND PROVIDER RESOURCES•INTEGRATED MEDICINE•TAKE HOME MESSAGES• 4.
WHY A PHYSICIAN SHOULD KNOWABOUT CAM ?• Physicians are important sources for informationand guidance about health matters, but ourpatients also rely on a wide range of othersources including family and friends, culturaltraditions, alternative practitioners, andincreasingly the Internet, popular media, andadvertising. It is essential for physicians tounderstand what patients are doing to seekhealth, as this under-standing is important toharness potential benefits and to help patientsavoid harm.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES• COMPARE CAM TO CONVENTIONAL MEDICINE• HOW CAM AND CONVENTIONAL MEDICINE CANBE USED TOGETHER (INTEGRATED MEDICINE)• VARIOUS TYPES OF CAM• HOW A PHYSICIAN USE HIS KNOWLEDGE OF CAM• WHY ARE PATIENTS AND HEATH CAREPRACTIONERS TURNING AWAY FROMCONVENTIONAL MEDICINE• REGULATIONS OF CAM 6 Will duct tape cure my warts? Examining Complementary and Alternative Medicine National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) established http://nccam.nih.gov/; First full scale article in JAMA on herbal medicine; Office of Cancer Complementary and Alternative Medicine (OCCAM) established .
WHY ARE PEOPLE TURNING AWAYFROM MAINSTREAM MEDICINE ?• CAM offer optimism or greater personal attentionand provide 3 T’s : Time , Talk and Touch• CAM is less expensive , have fewer side effectsand is more easily accessible• Patient has“self-help” approach to health andwellness• It satisfies a search for “NATURAL” or less invasivealternatives• Promise of “MIRACLE CURES” and quick results. WHY ARE PEOPLE TURNING AWAY FROMMAINSTREAM MEDICINE ?(…cont inued)• Symptoms often poorly controlled by conventionalcare, particularly back pain and other painfulmusculoskeletal complaints, anxiety, andinsomnia. • Failure or dissatisfaction with conventional healhprovider• High health costs• To treat side effects of drugs and treatment• Focus on spirituality and emotional well being• Ignorance and inadequate knowledge regardingdisease .
IS THERE A COMMON FRAME OFREFERENCE WHICH WILL EXPLAIN BASIS OFWORKING OF ALL MEDICAL SCIENCES? 10.
Why do patients not tell theirphysician about their CAM use?• 60% - “My doctor never asked. ”• 60% - “It wasn’t important for my doctor toknow.
”70% of patients see their Physicianbefore or concurrent with their visits toa CAM providerEisenberg DM 3 Sep 2015 - EXCELLENT PRESENTATION !!! this is a presentation for the different complementary and alternative medicine a concise yet very informative presentation •Alternative medicine is any practice that is perceived by its users to have healing effects of medicine but does not originate from evidence based .
DEFINITION AND SCOPE•The phrase complementary and alternativemedicine (CAM) is used to describe group ofdiverse medical and health care systems ,practices and products that have historic originsoutside mainstream medicine . •Alternative medicine is any practice that isperceived by its users to have healing effects ofmedicine but does not originate from evidencebased scientific method and is not a part ofbiomedicine• 12.
DEFINITION AND SCOPE• Alternative Medicine differs in that it is notused as a complement but as a “substitute”for conventional therapy . • Complementary Medicine is alternativemedicine used together with conventionalmedicine.
it “complements” thetreatment• Integrated medicine …discussed later• 13. HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE USING CAMWORLDWIDE ?• In United states surveys, approximately 40% ofadults report using some form of complementarytherapy or health practice.
In the 2007 study, 38%of adults and 12% of children had used one ormore modalities. These surveys yield the estimatethat non-vitamin and non-mineral dietarysupplements are used by approximately 18% ofthe population.
The most prevalent mind-bodypractices are relaxation techniques andmeditation, chiropractic, and therapeutic massage. HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE USING CAMWORLDWIDE ?• Americans are willing to pay for these services;the estimated out-of-pocket expenditure forcomplementary health practices in 2007 was$34 billion, representing 1.
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• 30,000 herbs on the market currently• Estimates of $30-40 billion dollars spent annually 4 Nov 2000 - Based on a presentation from the Millennium Festival of Medicine To some they indicate that in the United Kingdom complementary and alternative medicine will grow to match its popularity in Germany or France, where, contrary to the United Kingdom, it is mostly practised by medically trained doctors..
• 600 Million Visits a Year to CAM Providers –More Than to Primary Care Providers• 15.
Complementary and AlternativeMedicineCAM STATISTICS 16. Complementary and AlternativeMedicine 17.
Complementary and AlternativeMedicineCAM STATISTICS 18. Complementary and AlternativeMedicineCAM STATISTICS 19.
TERMINOLOGY OF CAM PRACTICES•MIND BODY PRACTICES•TRADITIONAL MEDICAL SYSTEMS•MODERN MEDICAL SYSTEMS 20. MIND BODY PRACTICES•ACCUPUNCTURE AND ACUPRESSURE•ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE•GUIDED IMAGERY•HYPNOSIS•MASSAGE•MEDIDATION•REFLEXOLOGY•ROFLING / STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION•SPINAL MANIULATION•TAI CHI•THERAPEUTIC TOUCH•YOGA 21.
TRADITIONAL MEDICAL SYSTEMS•AYURVEDIC MEDICINE•CURANDERISMO•NATIVE AMERICAN MEDICINE•SIDDHA MEDICINE•TIBETIAN MEDICINE•TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE•UNANI MEDICINE 22. MODERN MEDICAL SYSTEMS•ANTHROOSOHIC MEDICINE•CHIROPRACTIC•HOMEOPATHY•NATUROPATHY•OSTEOPATHY 23.
ACCUPUNCTURE ANDACUPRESSUREACCUPUNCTURESTIMULATION OF DEFINEDANATOMIC POINTSACUPRESSUREINSERTION OF ANDMANIPULATION OF THINMETALLIC NEEDLES 27. ALEXANDER TECHNIQUEA MOVEMENT THERAYTHAT USES GUIDANCEAND EDUCATION TOIMROVE POSTURE ,MOVEMENT ANDEFFICIENT USE OFMUSCLES FORIMPROVEMENT OF BODYFUCNTIONING .
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HYPNOSISThe induction of analtered state ofconsciousnesscharacterized by increasedresponsiveness tosuggestion 30. MASSAGEManual therapies thatmanipulate muscle andconnective tissues topromote musclerelaxation, healing, andsense of well being 31.
MEDITATIONA group of practices,largely based in Easternspiritual traditions,intended to focus orcontrol attention andobtain greater awarenessof the present moment, ormindfulness 32. REFLEXOLOGYManual stimulation ofpoints on hands or feetthat are believed to affectorgan function 33.
ROFLING/STRUCTURALINTEGRATIONA manual therapy thatattempts to realign thebody by deep tissuemanipulation of fascia 34. SPINAL MANIPULATIONA range of manual techniques, employed bychiropractors and osteopaths, for adjustments of thespine to affect neuromuscular function and other healthoutcomes 35.
TAI-CHIA mind-body practiceoriginating in China thatinvolves slow, gentlemovements andsometimes is described as“moving meditation” 36. THERAPEUTIC TOUCHSecular version of thelaying on of hands,described as “healingmeditation” 37.
YOGAAn exercise practice, originally East Indian, that combinesbreathing exercises, physical postures, and meditation 38. AYURVEDIC MEDICINEThe major East Indiantraditional medicinesystem; treatmentincludes meditation, diet,exercise, herbs, andelimination regimensusing emetics anddiarrheals 39.
CURENDERISMOA spiritual healingtradition common in LatinAmerican communitiesthat uses ritual cleansing,herbs, and incantations 40. NATIVE AMERICAN MEDICINEDiverse traditionalsystems that incorporatechanting, shaman healingceremonies, herbs, layingon of hands, andsmudging (ritual cleansingwith smoke from sacredplants) 41.
SIDDHA MEDICINEAn East Indian medicalsystem (prevalent amongTamil-speaking people 42.
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TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINEA medical system thatuses acupuncture, herbalmixtures, massage,exercise, and diet 44 Alternative medicine or fringe medicine consists of practices claimed to have the healing effects of medicine but which are disproven, unproven, impossible to prove, or are excessively harmful in relation to their effect; and where the scientific consensus is that the therapy does not, or cannot, work because the known laws of .
UNANI MEDICINEAn East Indian medicalsystem, derived fromPersian medicine,practiced primarily in theMuslim community; alsocalled ‘hikmat’.
Anthroposophic medicineA spiritually based systemof medicine thatincorporates herbs,homeopathy, diet, and amovement therapy calledEurythmy 46.
CHIROATHYChiropractic care involvesthe adjustment of thespine and joints toalleviate pain and improvegeneral health; primarilyused to treat backproblems, musculoskeletalcomplaints, andheadaches 47. HOMEOPATHYA medical system withorigins in Germany that isbased on a core belief inthe theory of “like cureslike”—compounds thatproduce certainsyndromes, ifadministered in verydiluted solutions, will becurative 48.
HOMEOPATHYHomeopathic medicineTreating syndromes and conditions withremedies that produce similar syndromesand conditions in healthy peopleProduces the symptoms it is given to treatin order to stimulate the body’s naturaldefenses to heal itselfLooks at individuals , not diseases 49. NATUROPATHYA clinical discipline that emphasizes a holistic approachto the patient, herbal medications, diet, and exercise;practitioners have degrees as doctors of naturopathy 50.
OSTEPOATHYA clinical discipline, nowincorporated intomainstream medicine,that historicallyemphasized spinalmanipulative techniquesto relieve pain, restorefunction, and promoteoverall health 51. Integrative Medicine•“Integrative medicine is the practice ofmedicine that reaffirms the importance of therelationship between practitioner and patient,focuses on the whole person, is informed byevidence, and makes use of all appropriatetherapeutic approaches to achieve optimalhealth and healing.
The Future of IntegrativeMedicineOur Patients Will Demand Integrative Medicine From Allof UsTraining Will Be Demanded by Medical StudentsTraining Will Be Demanded by ResidentsIntegrative Medicine Will Be A Skill Set Added on JustLike:Electronic Health RecordsNew MedicationsNew Procedures 53.
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Build rapport by showing patient respect – if not, he may be afraidto tell about CAM use3. can be dangerous if it interacts or interfereswith conventional treatment5. Be willing to teach the public about the positive and negativeinformation regarding C.
is popular and increasing and must beincluded in the history & physical7. Know that Herbals, in particular, can have significant effect onprescription drugs and body function 55.