More and more patients trust in complementary methods in pain therapy in addition to conventional medicine. Both directions can be used for the well-being of the patient in many therapeutic procedures.
This book, written by experts in nursing and medicine, offers a good overview of the most common methods. In addition to the basics of pain development, measurement and therapy, the book also introduces communication in nursing and legal aspects.
Aromatherapy, Ayurveda, relaxation techniques, ergotherapy, Feldenkrais, massage, physiotherapy, psychotherapy or wraps are described in detail with numerous practical examples. The aim of the application is always to reduce the side effects of therapies. However, the methods presented are also suitable for prevention and can be used successfully in stagnant healing processes. The book is aimed at all persons working in the care sector as well as affected persons and their relatives.
About the author
Ingrid Pirker-Binder Business economist, occupational and business psychotherapist, author, international lecturer, editor