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a system of beliefs and practices based on the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner

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pinnatum was introduced in obstetrics at the anthroposophic Herdecke Community Hospital (Germany) for the treatment of premature labour (Hassauer et al.
Dr Gesine Klein was elected, on 21 June, president of ECHAMP, the European Coalition on Homeopathic and Anthroposophic Medicinal Products, taking over from Nand De Herdt, who retires after four years at the helm.
Since 2005, naturopathic and anthroposophic medical complex therapy (OPS 8-975) in Germany has defined compulsory minimum criteria.
The most commonly used CAM therapies in Europe that are practiced by medical doctors are acupuncture, homeopathy, phytotherapy, anthroposophic medicine, naturopathy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, osteopathy and chiropractic.
9) This armchair in birch veneer, part of the collection of anthroposophic furniture from prewar Austrian thinker Rudolf Steiner, was shown by Paris gallery Franck Laigneau.
Atopy in children of families with an anthroposophic lifestyle.
CAM may include acupressure, acupuncture, Alexander technique, applied kinesiology, anthroposophic medicine, aromatherapy, ayurveda, chiropractic, environmental medicine, healing, herbal medicine, homoeopathy, hypnosis, massage therapies, meditation, naturopathy, nutritional therapy, osteopathy, reflexology, reiki, relaxation and visualization, shiatsu, therapeutic touch and yoga.
All that is set to change on January 1, 2012, when new legislation will come into effect, forcing providers of compulsory health insurance to cover the following alternative therapies: homeopathy, anthroposophic medicine, phytotherapy, traditional Chinese medicine and neutral therapy.
She is also certified in acupuncture and practices anthroposophic medicine, which, according to the Association for Anthroposophic Medicine & Therapies in America, is a holistic and human-centered approach to healing and understanding illness.
In the anthroposophic view, this is not only the wisdom of God, but also the wisdom of humankind.
It practices anthroposophic medicine, which means specialists take the body, soul and spirit into consideration when treating patients.
Among the topics are receptive music therapy from a psychoanalytical viewpoint, the guide-traveler relationship as a developmental relationship for the self, anthroposophic music therapy, and stories written under musical induction.
Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1969; A C Harwood, The Recovery of Man in Childhood: A Study in the Educational Work of Rudolf Steiner, Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1958.
Where Barfield's Anthroposophic philosophy looks to the evolution of consciousness, Lewis roots the epistemological dilemmas in a long process of separation that begins in the fall.