integrative technique

integrative technique

A general term for any form of alternative healthcare that uses techniques affecting the mind, body mechanics and flow of life energy.

Examples
Ayurvedic medicine, bioenergetics, body-centred psychotherapy, Feldenkrais method, Hellerwork, iridology, certain martial arts, neuromuscular motivation, Rosen method, Tragerwork, yoga and others.
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Requested topics included holistic and integrative techniques for managing nausea, anxiety, and pain as well as self-care for the nurses.
Nurses learn the scientific principles behind holistic and integrative techniques and practice these techniques for use with their patients, families, friends, coworkers, and themselves.
The three-hour class on holistic and integrative techniques for the Mother Baby Center nurses has received accolades, with nurses reporting an increased use of integrative therapies and a decrease in nausea, anxiety, and pain in their patients.
Semiannual meetings feature prominent speakers that teach a variety of integrative techniques that members can use in their practices immediately.
This book's articles, written by occupational therapists (most but not all of whom are based in the US) present thorough studies of integrative techniques for evaluating the abilities of patients in mental health, from self-care to full-time work.
For example, this is not a good book to use as a reference for approaching a particular medical problem with integrative techniques.
39) Moreover, risk of integration of the unhealthy mirrors "pastoral power" (40): Concern for the "body and soul" of such immigrants is another effective measure for integrative techniques and practices.
Another important rationality behind the integration policy and integrative techniques is one of the security and stability of Finnish society.

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