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Drawing upon the knowledge of expert contributors, this book provides an introduction to what CAM therapies are and how a neurologist may use them. Divided into two sections, it reviews the different kinds of therapies encompassed by the terms 'alternative' and 'complementary' and gives readers an overview of commonly used therapies that have some scientific basis for their use. The second section is an evidence-based review of the clinical applications of these therapies organized by neurological disease. Written by physicians for physicians, this book is the first choice for information on alternative and complementary therapies in clinical neurology.
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