Synopsis About this title The award-winning Seizures and Epilepsy in Childhood has already become the standard resource for parents in need of comprehensive medical information about their child with epilepsy. Praise for the first edition, winner of the Epilepsy Foundation of America's National Book Award "I have wanted a book like this for a long time. Autry, former chairman of the board, Epilepsy Foundation of America "Optimistic in tone and broad in scope, this is a book for the parent who has a lot of detailed questions. Review : "Optimistic in tone and broad in scope, this is a book for the parent who has a lot of detailed questions.
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However, at least two papers were small collections of case studies published in a journal with a reputation for less-than-rigorous review. Perhaps the most prevalent alternative treatment STAT found on offer is acupuncture. He said, for example, that he used to avoid referring patients for acupuncture, until he saw the benefit it provided to some of them. If it does, you do get to a better place. And while the evidence of its efficacy is not ironclad, neither is the evidence for various pharmaceutical therapies that are routinely provided by hospitals and covered by insurance.
Some of those solutions, such as opioids to treat pain, have resulted in addiction and harm to patients. They note, too, that traditional doctors sometimes stray from proven treatments, for instance when they prescribe medicines off-label for conditions the drugs have not been approved to treat. Casey covers the companies disrupting biopharma and health care. Alternative treatments cant bd any worse than what we have now.
Sure our doctors are good at emergency care like car accidents, heart attacks and broken legs. Any none emergency problem I have, I Google it and have much better luck fixing the problem than seeing a Allopathic doctor. Our doctors need to be completely re-trained, but this time without Pharma looking over their shoulders. Comments made by a nondrug spine provider—a chiropractor!
You are absolutely correct. I lobbied against the root of this opioid problem when in Missouri at least they were trying to get bills passed to offer new regulations for the pharmacies and addiction programs. Good people have had their lives destroyed by this, including a Representatives daughter. You should have seen the medical lobby come out of the workwork for these hearings. They are amazingily strong. Humans are still not that good at this medicine thing, regardless of which approach you take.
Allopathic medicine is as guilty of that as any other branch.