Match the following therapies in Column One with their correct description from Column Two. Place the corresponding letter in the space by the therapy.
1. Part I
COLUMN ONE COLUMN TWO
Acupuncture A. Correction of damage, disease, or structural change of spine can affect the rest of the body.
Alexander Technique B. Tension in muscles and misaligned bones places strain on the body as a whole.
Chiropractic C. Method of bringing the way we move under conscious direction to avoid muscular tension
Reflexology D. A method of diagnosis rather than treatment
Osteopathy F. Stimulation of points on the body meridians to improve the flow of chi
Tai Chi F G. Specialized massage of feet or hands to detect and correct imbalances in the body
Homeopathy H. A force field to relax muscles, encourage blood flow, and reduce inflammation
Hypnotherapy I I. In trance state, provider separates his or her soul from his or her body and flies anywhere in cosmos to seek the reason for an illness and find the cure.
Magnet Therapy J. Extract of natural ingredients are dissolved and diluted; prescribed for the individual and given in the minimum dose.
Iridology K. Series of flowing movements used to rejuvenate, heal, and prevent illness and injuries© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 10:36 pm ad1c9bdddf
CAM Therapies Compared to Traditional Allopathic Methods
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What are the three main reasons some individuals select CAM therapies rather than traditional allopathic methods of healing? Identify the profile of the most likely candidates to use CAM therapies.
What demographic is more prone to using CAM therapies? What possible reasons contribute to this disparity?
How does this article contribute to the study of CAM practices?
Do you see any outstanding benefits or detractions from the modality discussed in the article in contemporary wellness environments