To control diabetes, prevent complications and prevent the progression of pathological processes induced by metabolic disorders, not only through traditional methods of therapy.
Alternative healing does not mean risky and dangerous: simply such methods are not always clinically tested and recommended by official medicine.
Non-traditional methods include:
Treatment of starvation: the radical method, which is triggered lipid metabolism, and pancreas are given time to rest and restore;
Acupuncture (point massage) – the impact on the reflex, biologically active points of the body to start the natural mechanisms of healing the body;
Phytotherapy – herbal treatment and herbal drugs (especially topical this technique for patients who are contraindicated for traditional medicines);
Tibetan medicine – treatment based on restoring the energy balance in the body through certain food products;
Chinese qigong is another way to restore the correct flow of energy “qi” in the energy system of the body; Continue reading
Physical therapy based on the effects of physical rather than chemical factors on the patient’s body for therapeutic purposes.
Physiotherapy is particularly relevant in the treatment of chronic diseases do not respond well to medical treatment, in pain, some gynecological diseases, diseases of the musculoskeletal system, but also in pulmonology. Usually, physiotherapy to complement drug treatment.
Is provided with 4 groups of physical therapy depending on the active substances applied:
In the clinic “Family health” you will find all the main types of physiotherapy: Continue reading
We’ve all heard the term ” folk medicine “. What is it? Traditional medicine is a concept that includes methods of treatment that have been accumulated for thousands of years. Recipes of traditional medicine are simple and effective, and their beneficial effect is proved by many generations of people. For a long time there was no separation on folk medicine and traditional medicine (in this case traditional medicine is synonymous with the concepts of classical medicine and conventional medicine). Only subsequently, the medicine has gained scientific basis and was divided into traditional medicine (formal) and folk. In traditional medicine follows such principles as: scientism – all treatment must be justified from a scientific point of view; the effectiveness of treatment, which should be proven in laboratory and scientific research; pragmatism.
Now, currently there are both traditional medicine and folk medicine. And in most cases, traditional medicine is no less effective than traditional. No, we are not called upon to give up completely on traditional medicine in favor of folk, but be applied in therapeutic purposes and preventive needs. Continue reading