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Drawing upon the data of professional individuals, this publication presents an creation to what CAM remedies are and the way a neurologist could use them. Divided into sections, it reports the several sorts of treatments encompassed by means of the phrases "alternative" and "complementary" and provides readers an outline of familiar cures that experience a few clinical foundation for his or her use. the second one part is an evidence-based evaluation of the scientific functions of those cures equipped by means of neurological sickness. Written via physicians for physicians, this booklet is the 1st selection for info on replacement and complementary treatments in medical neurology.

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