Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) takes a significant amount of patient out-of-pocket expenses. This podcast discusses clinical evidence that either supports or refutes a variety of modalities and attempts to blend them with western medicine.
This episode looks at the history of chiropractic care. I also discuss a clinical trial about the collaboration between physicians and chiropractors for older adults suffering from lower back pain.
For transcript and references, visit https://integratedpharmacist.blogspot.com/2019/09/chiropractic.html
Chelation therapy has been used for nearly a hundred years for removing heavy metals. Can it be used to treat disease?
To read the transcript and see the references from this show, follow the associated blog at https://integratedpharmacist.blogspot.com/2019/09/chelation-therapy.html
I discuss the risks and benefits to using stem cell injections. I reference two clinical trials.
You can read the transcript and see the references at https://integratedpharmacist.blogspot.com/2019/cell-therapy.html
Bodywork includes physical manipulation of the body, body movement therapies, and energetic body manipulation. Let’s look at the evidence. https://integratedpharmacist.blogspot.com/2019/08/bodywork.html
I discuss a variety of tools available to the biological/integrative dentist. Then we take a critical look at these tools. Read the transcript and see the trial references at https://integratedpharmacist.blogspot.com/2019/08/biological-dentistry.html
This episode discusses biofeedback as a mechanism for accessing the mind to directly affect health outcomes. I talk about potential uses and discuss specific evidence for moderate to severe depression. For more on this topic, visit my blog at https://Integrated Pharmacist.blogspot.com/2019/08/biofeedback.html
In this episode, I give a brief description of aromatherapy and some complications with its use. I discuss a trial that demonstrates efficacy for lavender essential oil. For the transcript and article information, visit my website at https://Integrated Pharmacist.blogspot.com/2019/07/aromatherapy.html
In this episode, I look at the history of medicine and compare Ancient Greece with Ancient India and how those histories are reflected in current practices. I then outline two interesting trials from Ayurvedic practice that look promising.