Clinical Natural Medicine Handbook

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Author: Chris D. Meletis, Nieske L. Zabriskie, and Robert M.D. Rountree
Published: October 30, 2008
Publisher: Mary Ann Liebert
Number of pages: 465 pages
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Product Description:

Timely, authoritative and incredibly comprehensive, the new Clinical Natural Medicine Handbook was designed to help practicing clinicians understand and apply the latest advances in integrative medicine. With a unique combination of guidelines, protocols, and practice-oriented literature review, it provides virtually everything you'll need to optimize your clinical use of nutrition, nutraceuticals, and botanicals. At the heart of the Handbook are nearly three dozen disease- or condition-specific chapters featuring in-depth information and insight on natural, nutritional, and botanical approaches to treatment and management. Specific prescribing and dosage recommendations featuring nutrient-drug interactions, hormone and food allergy considerations and possible affects on laboratory test results. Quick-reference charts to speed diagnostics and prescribing. Clinical Natural Medicine Handbook is the integrative clinician s one-stop guide to diagnosing, treating and prescribing for dozens of diseases and conditions.

About the author: Chris Meletis, N.D., is a naturopathic doctor, currently in practice at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon, where he serves as dean of naturopathic medicine and chief medical officer. He lectures widely and is the author of many books including Safe Herbs, The Instant Guide to Drug-Herb Interactions, and Better Sex Naturally