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Many of these types of techniques, although not widely accepted by conventional medicine, are more easily understood by physicians and patients, particu- 32 Carroll larly body manipulation and massage techniques especially when used for isolated “mechanical” problems such as musculoskeletal or back pain. Chiropractic is certainly the most recognizable of all the manipulative therapies. It is the largest, most regulated and best recognized of the CAM treatments that have traditionally functioned outside mainstream medicine (32).
It has parallels in the functioning of the endocrine system, a natural system designed to establish and maintain homeostasis. An herbalist will prescribe herbs based on environmental influences such as the change in seasons, or according to dietary needs. The indications for the use of herbs are quite specific, and herbs are often used in their whole form. Modern pharmacology often strives to isolate and administer the active ingredients of a substance such as herbs. In TCM the entire, unprocessed substance is most often used, with the belief that different parts of the herb interact with each other, actually enhancing the “active” ingredient in the herb while at the same time neutralizing potential side effects by keeping the substance intact.
Was Dr. Morris right? Did he respond appropriately to Ms. Langley’s desire to integrate a doula? Growing numbers of Americans utilize practices frequently referred to, in the United States, as complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). CAM therapies include a wide range of treatment modalities, ranging from ancient Chinese practices to chiropractic and massage therapies. In May 2004 the Centers for Physician’s Ethical Obligations 47 Disease Control reported that 36% of Americans utilized some form of CAM (1,1a,1b).
Complementary and Alternative Medicine: Ethics, the Patient, and the Physician (Biomedical Ethics Reviews S.) by Lois Snyder