Interpreting Chronic IllnessThe Convergence of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Homeopathy and Biomedicine
Jerry M. Kantor, CCH, Lic. Ac., MMHS
Publication Date: Apr 02 2012
Publisher: Right Whale Press
ISBN/EAN13: 0984678808 / 9780984678808
Page Count: 250
Binding Type: US Trade Paper
Trim Size: 6″ x 9″
Color: Black and White
Related Categories: Medical / Alternative Medicine
“Medicine and illness cure one another. The whole earth is medicine.
Where do you find the self?”
The first, genuinely integrative medicine text.
Psychologists and psychotherapists may delve into the clinical possibilities raised by the book’s self-diagnosis mandala and the startling capability it offers of interpreting multifactorial symptoms.
Physicians, nurses, alternative practitioners, or chiropractors investigating integrative medicine will welcome Interpreting Chronic Illness for its clinical relevance: the physician may look to broaden the concepts of health and healing; the homeopath will appreciate its fresh materia medica; the practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine will value how the book’s updating of the Five Phases heightens the ancient system’s relevance.
–Mark Scheutzow MD, PhD, DHom, NMD, FAAIM, DABHM, DAAPM
–Georgianna Donadio, PhD Florence Nightingale Scholar and Director of the National Institute of Whole Health
Ted Kaptchuk, OMD author, The Web That Has No Weaver: Understanding Chinese Medicine
–Begabati Leninhan, RN, CCH, Former Director of the Teleosis School of Homeopathy
–Eugene L. Pogany, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, author of In My Brother’s Image
–William Martin Sloane, Ph.D., Vice President American Association of Integrative Medicine
–Zhaoming Chen, MD, PhD, MS, CFP, FAAIM Chair and Chief Spokesman, American Association of Integrative Medicine Diplomate of Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Licensed Acupuncturist Certified Qigong Instructor TaiChi Master
–Steven Clavey, BA DipAdv Acupuncture, author of Fluid Physiology and Pathology in Chinese Medicine