Sam Homola, D.C.
A behind-the-scenes look at chiropractic written by a forty-three- year veteran in the field. Samuel Homola, D.C., takes a frank and objective look at chiropractic and concludes that its fundamental theory -that "subluxations," or the adjusment of misaligned spinal bones, will restore and maintain health- is false.
-- "Caveat Emptor --
If you want to know the facts about herbal agents,
not the folklore, this is THE book to get.
This 1999 edition has it all. Written by two pharmacists with broad training and insite into herbal medicine.
The PDR Family Guide to Natural Medicines and Healing Therapies
This is PDR's first edition of the Family Guide to Natural Medicines and Healing Therapies. For objective reports on what works, what doesn't work, and what's harmful about going to an alternative medical guru or clinic, you can't beat the PDR's team of experts.
A Philosophy for Alternative Health Care
Neil J Davies
Jeff M. Jellin Pharm.D. Therapeutic Research Faculty
Therapeutic Research Faculty
A Realistic Evaluation of Alternative Healing Methods
HARDBACK Edition GREAT PRICE
Macmillan Publishing Company Staff
Complementary & Alternative Medicine:
Michael H. Cohen
Kathiann M. Kowalski
Jack Z Yetiv, M.D., PhD
Popular Medicine Press
A Consumer's Guide A Close Look at Homeopathy, Acupuncture,
A Close Look at Homeopathy, Acupuncture,
Five Steps to Selecting the Best Alternative Medicine:
A Guide to Complementary & Integrative Healthcare
New World Library
James M. Humber
Skeptics Guide to Alternative Medicine
Carlos A. Bonilla
I C A Publishing
Professions and the Public Interest :
As its title suggests, this book provides a sociologist's perspective on "healers...practising...outside the boundaries of conventional medicine". Easthope's narrative reports from the field enliven his analysis, which provides a social context for understanding the appeal and varying 'effectiveness' of both unorthodox and orthodox healers. The resulting book, concise and readable, contains much of interest from a general-semantics perspective.
Alternative Medicine or Magical Healing The Trick Is to Know the Difference
The Trick Is to Know the Difference
George A. Ulett
Although alternative medicine is now studied seriously in The National Institutes of Health and Harvard Medical School, questions of efficacy and practitioner motivation still cloud the topic. Alternative Medicine or Magical Healing attempts to give a balanced picture of the New Age healing movement and sorts out which treatments should be approached with caution or avoided, and which might be useful as complements to traditional medicine. Dr. Ulett was one of the first American physicians to study in China and Japan, and pioneered the use of acupuncture in this country. His long interest in holistic healing reflects an open-mindedness to other ways of treating and an interest in healing both body and spirit. Dr. Ulett is a past Director of the Missouri Department of Mental Health. He currently has a private practice in Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychiatry.
Warren H. Green
John Renner and Lewis Vaughn
Healers & Alternative Medicine: