Medicine for the Whole Person

A Guide to Anthroposophical Treatment

Geoffrey Douch

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A concise overview of the philosophy of anthroposophical medicine and a useful resource book describing the main therapies and remedies.

Format:
paperback
Size:
193 x 144 mm
Publisher:
Floris Books
Subject:
Holistic Health
Extent:
64 pages
ISBN:
9780863153624
Publication date:
26 Aug 2004

Description

Anthroposophical medicine encompasses not only the body but also the soul and the individual biography, bringing a broader dimension to modern medicine.

This book is a concise overview of the philosophy of anthroposophical medicine. It is also a useful resource book describing the main therapies, including rhythmical massage, hydrotherapy, sculpture therapy and therapeutic speech, and includes a list of common conditions with suggested remedies.

Reviews

'A short but comprehensive overview of anthroposophical medicine.'
-- Scientific and Medical Network Review, January 2005

'Easy-to-read and concise. This is a handy little book -- you'll be guaranteed to mull on the contents for years.'
-- Weleda Revue, Autumn 2004

Author

Dr Geoffrey Douch is a general practitioner specializing in anthroposophical medicine. He has worked part-time at the Raphael Centre, an anthroposophical clinic as well as having his own practice in Sussex. His special interests are cancer treatment and paediatrics.

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