Participants are invited from across the globe from leading universities, clinical research institutions, diagnostic companies to share their research experiences in the "International Conference on "Holistic Medicine and Nursing" during July 14-15, 2016, at Philadelphia, USA with the theme of "Emerging techniques and advancements in the field of Holistic medicine and Healthy body".
Holistic medicine is a form of healing that considers the whole person-body, mind, spirit, and emotions-in the quest for optimal health and wellness. According to the holistic medicine philosophy, one can achieve optimal health-the primary goal of holistic medicine practice-by gaining proper balance in life.
Proper Nutrition is the basis for optimum health and wellbeing. Holistic nutrition is the modern natural approach to developing a healthy balanced diet while taking into account the person as whole. Holistic nutrition is considered to be part of holistic health.
Holistic Nursing is the art and science of caring for the whole person. It is based on the belief that dynamic mind-body-spirit interactions are ongoing and impact a person's ability to grow and heal. Holistic nurses aim to promote health and wellness as they facilitate their client's growth and healing. Health is a perception of wellness, and a quality of life. Holistic nurses work with people in all settings and at all phases of life. Their primary goal is to facilitate people to live their lives as fully as possible, in all situations.
Complementary and alternative medicine services in the United States are an approximately $9 billion market each year, equal to 3 percent of national ambulatory health care expenditures. Unlike conventional allopathic health care, complementary medicine and alternative medicine is primarily paid for out of pocket, although some services are covered by most health insurance. Examining trends in demand for complementary and alternative medicine services in the United States reported in the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey during 2002-08, we found that use of and spending on these services, previously on the rise, have largely plateaued.
- Holistic Medicine
- Holistic Nutrition
- Holistic Nursing
- Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatment
- Acupuncture Treatment
- Herbal Medicine Usage
- Holistic Medicine Side Effects and Complications
- Traditional Physical Therapies
- Current Research in Alternative Medicine
For further details please contact: Nick Johnson, Organizing Committee Assistant, Holistic Medicine 2016, Alternative Healthcare Conferences
T 650 268 9744 or M 702 508 5201
For more information visit: http://holisticmedicine.conferenceseries.com/