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HLTH 2700 Chapter 4: Integrated Medicine
Terms in this set (35)
Homeo/path/ic literally means:
like or same/as disease/refers
"Complimentary or Alternative Medicine" is now referred to as ________:
"Biofeedback" is a type of _____ therapy:
"Aromatherapy" is a type of integrated therapy that some may feel is _________:
all of the above
"Placebo Effect Therapy"(like hypnotherapy) uses the principle of ________:
suggestion and believability
"Therapeutic Touch Therapy" uses the principle that the body produces:
energy or an aura
"Massage and Reflexology" are examples of ________:
"Acu/puncture" literally means ________:
Dr. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross is best known for:
The Stages of Death and Dying
Holistic therapies stress the importance of:
Both self-care and illness prevention
Which of these treatments would commonly be labelled "orthodox" medicine?
The Herbert Spiegel suggestibility test incorporates what organ?
Which oil might an aromatherapist use to attempt to ease a client's joint pain?
What does Reiki mean in Japanese?
Universal vital force
Which of these is not one of Kubler-Ross' stages of grief?
All of these are stages of grief
Which of these body parts is commonly massaged by practitioners of reflexology?
The practice of summoning a higher power to help treat disease is called:
Therapeutic touch is also known as:
Folk remedies are based on:
All of the above
Acupuncture has been practiced in the United States since:
Who is considered the founder of osteopathy?
Andrew Taylor Still
Who is considered the founder of homeopathy?
Who is considered the founder of chiropractics?
Daniel David Palmer
Phren/olog/y literally means:
Any therapy that relies on the body's own healing powers is considered:
Irid/olog/y literally means:
All hypnosis techniques put an individual in a relaxed state of ____ brain wave activity.
Small acupuncture needles are used for:
What type of medicine has ancient origins, strong cultural ties, and trained healers?
Acupuncture may be used to treat:
All of the above
According to Barbara Ann Brennan's "Hands of Light," a white aura indicates:
Health and happiness
What treats the body using principles similar to acupuncture and acupressure?
What physicians administer small doses of similar disease substances to allegedly stimulate the natural body response of immunity?
What physicians use antagonistic substances to attach to disease organisms or illness?
What is the manipulation of the body's soft tissues by stroking, rubbing, kneading and tapping?
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