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|CAM is defined as everything that is not allopathic medicine; its practitioners |
provide naturopathic, chiropractic, acupuncture, massage, Ayurvedic (traditional
medicine of India), nutrition, spiritual-based medical, and numerous other
|Allopathic and Osteopathic Physicians and International Medical Graduates All |
physicians, including allopathic physicians (MDs) and osteopathic physicians (
DOs) have the role of evaluating, diagnosing, and treating patients. However,
|The Rise of Allopathic Medicine One important element in this transformation was |
a revolution in medical education. New ideas, new knowledge, and new
technologies made it more difficult for patients to claim to be operating from a
|The largest and most influential of these sects, allopathic physicians, were the |
crude forebearers of modern biomedical physicians.53 The allopaths' preferred
means of therapy—aggressive sessions of bleeding, blistering, purging, and ...
|There is the belief that traditional healers can be trained to “modernize” their |
healing practices by having allopathic professionals teach them what they don't
know assessing healers from a deficit model). In the process, the allopathic
|By contrast, osteopathic medicine “emphasizes a theory that the body can make |
its own remedies, given normal structural relationships, environmental conditions
, and nutrition. It differs from allopathic primarily in its greater attention to body ...
|The number of residents in U.S. allopathic hospitals who graduated from a |
foreign medical school increased from 1 1.556 in the 1988..89 academic year to
26,763 in 1995..96. As this lMG debate has heated up, a wide range of medical, ...
|In Kerala, a census of hospitals showed that about 1 3 percent of private |
allopathic medical institutions have just one physician, and about 42 percent
have no more than four physicians (Kerala 1996). Most sole-proprietorship
hospitals employ ...
|In Waterville, there were three hospitals: one an osteopathic hos- pital, the |
second an allopathic Catholic hospital, and the third nonsectarian and allopathic.
(The Catholic hospital and nonsectarian allopathic hospital have since merged.)
|A second dilemma arose from allopathic medicine's proximity to state power—a |
proximity made more explicit in the antiplague campaigns. Arnold has
demonstrated how allopathic medicine often became 'state medicine'. The