In the 1980s these therapies were considered “alternative”, “non-conventional” or “unorthodox” because they were little understood and segregated from conventional healthcare. Complementary medicine has previously been marginalised as being primitive, ineffective and, without any real evidence to the contrary, unsafe. In the UK, legislation in the 1990s recognised osteopaths and chiropractors as separate professions. 0000016650 00000 n BJOG 121(8): 1015-1019. Figure 1.1 The holistic model for practice These remedies are intended for absorption into the body, either through gastrointestinal or respiratory tract administration, dermally or via the mucous membranes such as per rectum or per vaginam. ��.B Many pregnant women will report changes in their sleep patterns following treatment, either sleeping better than normally, or experiencing difficulty in getting to sleep, with frequent waking and vivid dreams. 121, No. In complementary medicine, each person is seen as a unique individual with her own inner resources. 1015-1019. Unfortunately, conventional medicine often seeks to suppress these symptoms rather than to determine the underlying aetiology. National health policy in all countries aims to work towards the needs of the majority, using drugs, surgery or other strategies to treat only those who are at risk or who have been identified as having a defined medical condition. alcohol, caffeine, cola; eat lightly; relax to allow body to recover and react to treatment; avoid excessive work, exercise, stress, etc. A further differentiation must be drawn between “complementary therapies” and “natural remedies”. Acupressure and ginger for prenatal nausea and vomiting, moxibustion for version of breech presentation, sterile water injections for back pain relief in labor, and perineal massage to prevent perineal trauma have three or more studies demonstrating beneficial effect. Symptoms of a healing reaction usually occur during the treatment session or within the first 24 to 48 hours afterwards, and are generally worst following the first treatment (Gunnarsdottir and Jonsdottir 2010). 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It is common – and sensible – practice to advise women to drink plenty of fluids (ideally water) and to avoid stimulants such as caffeine, chocolate, alcohol, cola and other high-sugar soft drinks and to limit excessive activity for a few hours after complementary therapy treatment, to encourage the body to heal itself. The Editor of Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice invites authors to submit articles on all aspects of individual therapies, international news, book reviews, multimedia reports and correspondence. In complementary medicine, achieving wellbeing involves facilitating the inner resources of the individual as an active participant in her own health. Self-healing and the healing reaction Complementary therapies and natural remedies are very powerful therapeutic entities which, when used appropriately, have the power to improve health and wellbeing. Other natural elements are also sometimes used in medicines, such as minerals, tissue salts, bacterial cultures and even animal products, particularly in homeopathy. 0000007217 00000 n The same symptoms in two different people may have vastly different causes and effects. startxref 0000016939 00000 n ���S�����#�C�qp �ulB�x\�\k���h�8}I�?��/����|&�\�"�/���i��0.���m7vqd"�/��c_�Ե3�j���c�� ��C���i-�r����R��1��~�{�vh�~�6� 8̳�~ Given that most licensed drugs originate from various plant products, this is perhaps not surprising, but unfortunately, the isolation of identified active constituents when produced synthetically for commercial medicines produces side effects that are not normally apparent in the plants (see Chapter 2, Herbal medicine). on facilitating the self-protective abilities of the individual, regaining, maintaining and strengthening them to prevent future ill health. It is worth debating here whether or not women should be warned about a possible healing reaction prior to starting complementary treatment for a specific condition. Further, they believe that, whilst complementary therapies may alleviate subjective symptoms, they cannot cure the condition. The term “complementary” became popular in the 1990s as the interest and incidence of use amongst the general public increased and some therapies began to be used alongside medical care. This is essentially because their views on the manifestation of illness and dis-ease differ from those of holistic practitioners. Their needs and wishes may even be disregarded, particularly when financial factors predominate, as can be seen when new but extremely expensive cancer drugs come on to the market but are offered to only a few in a sort of “postcode lottery”. Introduction to complementary medicine • the use of complementary therapies and natural remedies in pregnancy and childbirth, • general contraindications and precautions to use of complementary therapies. One, an obstetrician, would not refer to anyone, but would “deal with” the woman himself. Causative factors tend to be seen in epidemiological terms rather than considering the reasons why a person has developed a particular condition at a particular time. Optimum health and wellbeing requires the person to work in partnership with the complementary health professional, who employs gentle methods of alleviating symptoms, usually with fewer side effects than orthodox medicine, and who focuses on prevention rather than the curing of disease. 2014 [Epub ahead of print.] 0000008951 00000 n On the other hand, the word “therapies” implies practices that are more supportive and tends to include those commonly used by midwives, nurses and physiotherapists and by practitioners of therapies that require less rigorous preparation for practice, such as aromatherapy, massage and reflexology. 0000004047 00000 n Complementary therapies in practice I have always been amazed by the placebo effect and the body’s ability to respond in ways we don’t expect. Complementary therapies may take a more holistic approach, which means they focus on treating your whole body rather than part of it. In this example, identifying the emotional stress warrants treatment with stress-reducing strategies to avoid the manifestation of physical symptoms. 0000000016 00000 n This “healing reaction”, common to all therapies, is an alien concept to many medical practitioners, who may seek to disparage complementary medicine because it “makes the condition worse”. CHAPTER 1    One of the criticisms often directed towards complementary medicine is that any apparent improvement in the clinical condition is only a placebo effect. An example here is that of anti-inflammatory creams that reduce skin irritation (working from the outside) rather than treating the whole person (from the inside) to eliminate the need for the skin to react, as it does in response to chronic stress. It is interesting to note the current attention being given by pharmaceutical companies to plants traditionally used by indigenous populations for their apparent therapeutic properties (Drobnik and Drobnik 2016; Rivera et al. Breech presentation can be a worrying diagnosis for the expectant mother, given the limited options for conventional obstetric care. Complementary healthcare tends to focus on facilitating the self-protective abilities of the individual, regaining, maintaining and strengthening them to prevent future ill health. Nature of Pain During Labor and Delivery A scientific definition of pain is ‘an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage . 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Integration into the NHS care remains sporadic, with the maternity, oncology and learning disability fields being the main specialisms to embrace the benefits, but the NHS generally takes a cautious approach in recommending or advising on complementary medicine (NHS Choices 2017). H��TM��0��W�� ���|8aOHH�+��Nch��q��3Τ�~�+���3~o��s�M-�R�r�2` $(��Tɼ�� B�f��D�)�E��,�R�%P��J�E�V� Despite the widespread use of evidence‐based guidelines in obstetric practice, the failure to reconcile practice with evidence, in relation to CAM use in pregnancy, highlights the need for further undergraduate and postgraduate education and training. Contemporary adherence to local, national and international guidelines and the use of routine procedures or investigations detracts from the ability of healthcare practitioners to reflect on individuals and may actually increase the chance that the clinical relevance of anomalous features is missed. There have always been traditional systems of medicine across the world, but the advent of biomedicine relinquished these systems to a place in which they were viewed as inferior to western medicine, the prerogative of tribal cultures, to be derided as being of no value. Doctors are concerned with disease, a relatively passive reaction of the person to invasion with microbes or apparently dangerous external environmental forces. The same symptoms in two different people may have vastly different causes and effects. Imbalance may occur from invasion by external factors, but these are considered rarely to harm a person who is homeostatically balanced. Complementary and Alternative Therapies . However, in the UK, the (non-party) political and medical appreciation of osteopathy and chiropractic, which involve manual manipulation of joints, ligaments and muscles, has elevated these two disciplines above the somewhat dismissive “therapy” group and aligned them with physiotherapy. Does auriculotherapy have therapeutic effectiveness? Evidence Summary Definition. Often the client will experience an exacerbation of the presenting symptoms, or the development of new ones as the body rids itself of the toxins, or even the resurgence of old clinical problems such as pain at a previous surgical or fracture site. On the other hand, it is important to be cautious in dismissing those that have not yet been scientifically tested, since this does not mean that they are universally ineffective or harmful. • general contraindications and precautions to use of complementary therapies 0000004361 00000 n The word “therapies” is often used to define manual strategies such as massage, reflexology, shiatsu and other touch techniques such as reiki or the “laying on of hands”. 0000008383 00000 n 0000004123 00000 n Also, since many pregnant women only seek complementary treatment for specific problems when their symptoms become intolerable, a warning that the presenting problem could potentially become temporarily worse gives her the opportunity to decline treatment if she feels she could not cope. The therapeutic relationship and the placebo effect. H�lT�n�8��+t�JR%�����,z1��MP���D�����;�T��(|�h8�f�!wU!���N��U��o����仲��F�����wy��S��ap��w-=�#�,=���7p�c�b�?�~��0.�6���s#��,dWg��\��8%�$%S�!��%% fMG?,�T�%�����tt>��f��j��v��֗�J�&UvGl$]�� oD���,�5��.�ڔ�-Ji� ��.6������d���ߡ&��w >%�_�OC�3��tM��s&�>���wP��^���/��|Vc~��L\"0['s�QS| The word “therapies” is often used to define manual strategies such as massage, reflexology, shiatsu and other touch techniques such as reiki or the “laying on of hands”. Fulltext Access 10 Pages 2018. This chapter introduces the concept of complementary medicine and explores some of the theories that support it. There is, in fact, no standard by which “normality” can be assessed, nor is there a single treatment for a common set of symptoms. 0000012207 00000 n The reasons for the increasing use of complementary therapies and natural remedies in pregnancy and childbirth are explored, together with the growing interest in its use amongst midwives and other maternity professionals. • introduction to complementary medicine The term “complementary” became popular in the 1990s as the interest and incidence of use amongst the general public increased and some therapies began to be used alongside medical care. National health policy in all countries aims to work towards the needs of the majority, using drugs, surgery or other strategies to treat only those who are at risk or who have been identified as having a defined medical condition. Complementary healthcare tends to focus on facilitating the self-protective abilities of the individual, regaining, maintaining and strengthening them to prevent future ill health. In the 1990s a government working party was set up to examine the issues surrounding complementary medicine, concluding that there was a need for greater regulation, more research, better education of practitioners and more integration into the National Health Service (NHS) (British Medical Association 1993). It should not be confused with the adverse reactions which constitute overdose or side effects that may occur from inappropriate use of natural remedies such as aromatherapy oils or herbal medicines. Bach or Bush). Unfortunately, conventional medicine often seeks to suppress these symptoms rather than to determine the underlying aetiology. There is a subtle difference between the terms “complementary medicine” and “complementary therapies”. This chapter introduces the concept of complementary medicine and explores some of the theories that support it. Professionals need to redefine their brief for care and treatment, particularly in maternity care, in which a partnership with the individual woman is engaged, and which facilitates an in-depth assessment of the holistic bio-psycho-social aspects of that woman’s life. There is little attention to preventative medicine, possibly because health education requires a long-term strategy that is certainly longer than the duration of office of any one political party. 0000042617 00000 n 0000004939 00000 n %%EOF 0000042233 00000 n Complementary Therapies for Breech Presentation. Improved monitoring of conventional healthcare in the 21st century has gone some way towards achieving these aims, although many therapies remain poorly regulated and the amount and calibre of research and preparatory education varies according to the precise discipline. For these reasons alone, complementary therapies fit well with women wanting as natural a pregnancy and birth as possible, without unnecessary intervention, enabling them to remain in control and to have a satisfying psycho-social, physical and spiritual experience. 0000003346 00000 n Clients perceive complementary therapists as being “caring” and have high satisfaction levels with their experiences and with the practitioners (Luff and Thomas 2000) with, surprisingly, little difference between consultations in private practice or the NHS (Wye, Shaw and Sharpe 2013). Achieving health may be a means to an end or part of an ongoing process. Methods: The MEDLINE database was searched to identify randomized controlled trials of CAM treatment and therapies in obstetrics. Complementary Therapies for the Postnatal Period, Commonly Used Complementary Therapies for Pregnancy and Birth, Complementary Therapies for Breech Presentation, Complementary Therapies for Post-Dates Pregnancy, Complementary Therapies for Nausea and Vomiting in Pregnancy, Complementary Therapies in Maternity Care. It was established in 1995 as Complementary Therapies in Nursing and Midwifery, obtaining its current name in 2005. Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice is an internationally refereed journal published to meet the broad ranging needs of the healthcare profession in the effective and professional integration of complementary therapies within clinical practice. 0000004202 00000 n 0000001736 00000 n The reasons for the increasing use of complementary therapies and natural remedies in pregnancy and childbirth are explored, together with the growing interest in its use amongst midwives and other maternity professionals. 109 72 Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice Journal. Regulations apply either to the practice of a single therapy or recognise a diverse range of therapies. 2017; Salehi et al. Ongoing treatment is designed to maintain homeostatic balance throughout the body, mind and spirit. Sceptics also suggest that belief in the therapy has a positive effect on subjective improvement, implying conversely that no relief will occur if the client is unconvinced. Remember that natural doesn’t always mean harmless, though. One only has to think of a dying person, who waits for a relative to travel halfway round the world to see them one last time before expiring, to appreciate this dynamic balance. Health is more than the absence of disease or illness. 2016). 0000010377 00000 n In: BJOG-An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Plants have always had an important part to play in human health and wellbeing, providing not only the oxygen we breathe, but also energy from the food we eat and phytomedicines (plant remedies), the value of which is only now being recognised. Whole person healing occurs in response to one or more strategies facilitated by the complementary practitioner. This may involve physical therapy as with massage or shiatsu, direct psychological treatment such as hypnotherapy or neuro-linguistic programming, or indirect emotional care through the use of relaxation therapies. 111 0 obj<>stream The scientific community opines that complementary practitioners lack the training and expertise to diagnose “correctly” – that is, in terms of a medical label – and many doctors believe that this leads to missed or inaccurate diagnoses and, by inference, inappropriate or inadequate treatment. However, this author believes that, in pregnancy, the woman should be informed of the possibility of a healing reaction since lack of knowledge may lead her, in such an event, to report to the maternity unit with symptoms for which no ostensible cause can be found and which may be misinterpreted by colleagues as an obstetric complication. BJOG. A more contemporary term used by doctors, particularly in the USA, is “integrative medicine”, implying that these modalities are integrated within mainstream medicine, although this is still often not the case. Symptoms of a healing reaction usually occur during the treatment session or within the first 24 to 48 hours afterwards, and are generally worst following the first treatment (Gunnarsdottir and Jonsdottir 2010). An overview of studies (a meta analysis) published in 2012 suggested that around half of people with cancer use some sort of complementary therapy at some time during their illness. 0000005108 00000 n This, then, is not curing but healing – and healing the whole person. Also, since many pregnant women only seek complementary treatment for specific problems when their symptoms become intolerable, a warning that the presenting problem could potentially become temporarily worse gives her the opportunity to decline treatment if she feels she could not cope. 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