Category Archives: CAM Therapies

International Congress on Integrative Health& Medicine

With over 600 participants from over 40 countries, delegates from last month’s congress have called for more integrative CAM services throughout modern healthcare. Read more. 

Switzerland acknowledge homeopathy as part of healthcare services.

It has been announced that Switzerland intend to give CAM therapies the same recognition as conventional medicine in relation to health insurance. The therapies acknowledged include homoeopathy, herbal medicine, acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine and holistic medicine. To see ECHAMP’s announcement, please read here. ECHAMP, the European Coalition on Homoeopathy & Anthroposophic Medicinal Products, is working to […]

Applied Kinesiology Essentials

Dr. Scott Cuthbert BA, BCAO, DC, head of the Chiropractic Health Center in Colorado, has authored two textbooks on Applied Kinesiology, presented numerous papers on AK clinical research and has published over 50 peer-reviewed articles. In the January edition of ‘Townsend Letter’, he presents an overview of the important role Applied Kinesiology plays in the evaluation of health […]

Switzerland recognise Homoeopathy as clinically safe & effective.

The Swiss HTA (Health Technology Assessment) report on homoeopathy was conducted to provide insight into the cost-effectiveness, safety and effectiveness of homoeopathy. It was carried out by a team of experts to determine if homeopathy should be included in the list of services covered by statutory health insurance. The Homeopathy Research Institute gives a short […]

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Netherlands compares costs for CAM & conventional healthcare.

Erik W Baars and Peter Kooreman completed a 6 year comparative study evaluating  the healthcare costs of Dutch patients of both CAM and conventions GPs. Read more.

EU – growth in homoeopathy market.

Figures issued by ECHAMP this month show a 6.5% growth in the EU market for homoeopathic and anthroposophic medicinal products. Read more.

Milk – what is science saying.

Milk and dairy products feature prominently in CAM Provider consultations and many people are advised to remove such products from their diet. Scientists are giving increasing levels of attention to cows milk. Martin Murray has made a detailed  review of scientific research published so far which provides interesting reading.  The review is published in Positive […]

Healthy Ageing – foods to prevent cancer.

In a recent ‘Townsend Letter’ article (August/September 2015), Dr. Ronald Klatz and Dr. Robert Goldman, both experienced practitioners specialising in healthy ageing, looked at an anti-ageing approach to cancer through protective foods. This is just one subdivision that can stimulate positive changes for improved ageing. To read the article on the potential health benefits of […]

Holistic Weight Loss: Obesity and metabolic disorders

Obesity is fast becoming a growing health concern. According to the NIHR Imperial BRC (National Institute for Health Research – Imperial Biomedical Research Centre), endocrine and metabolic diseases are the leading causes of morbidity and mortality in the UK. They have noted that the current obesity epidemic is leading to early death through diabetes, cardiovascular […]

New Vistas – Your Personalised Health Plan

We have long been synonymous with natural, holistic health. Homoeopathy stimulates the body’s innate healing power and homoeotherapy addresses environmental and lifestyle influences by combining homoeopathic detoxification with nutrition. Our philosophy has stood the test of time.

CAM Therapies – MEPs write to Commission about lack of availability.

The Matrix Report on the availability of medicines in the EU identified shortages of  certain medicines including CAM medicines particularly homoeopathy and herbal medicines. Inadequate legislation and high cost over regulation were among the measures attributed to the lack of availability of those two CAM medicines. Now a group of MEPs have written to the […]

Flower Essences for Emotional Well-Being – Naas – 2016

The pursuit of health should embrace the holistic concept, fostering a physical, psychological and spiritual approach. Toxic stress or traumas are as valid as physical symptoms or ailments. Traditional Chinese Medicine also theorises the relationship between organs, emotions and moods. When emotions overwhelm the body, they can create energy imbalances, meridian blockages and impair organs. It is necessary to to eliminate the offending emotion but also return the organ to optimal functionality.

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