The Biological Action of Physical Medicine

The Biological Action of Physical Medicine: Controlling the Human Body's Information System challenges the contemporary way of thinking of diagnostics and therapy "from the outside." Drawing on 30 years of independent comprehensive research, this reference provides a universal and scientifically acceptable physiological theory, explaining the mode of action of methods of physical medicine as well as the underlying physiological mechanisms. Scientific research described in this book explains the universal neurophysiological foundation of all the respective methods, including organ electrodermal diagnostics (OED), thermotherapy (heat, cryostimulation), phototherapy (infrared, ultraviolet, laser), ultrasound therapy, electrotherapy (from transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation to electromagnetic field therapies), magnetotherapy, and mechanical nerve stimulation (acupuncture, reflexive massage, cupping, high-pressure hydrotherapy). A better understanding of physical medicine's modes of action not only insures better clinical results, but also illuminates pain mechanisms and our understanding of the functioning of the nervous system. Fully explains the important therapeutic modalities of genuine physical medicine as well as the underlying physiological mechanisms Shows how to access and control the diagnostic information circulating in the sensory nervous system

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  • Author : Jan Zbigniew Szopinski
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 244 pages
  • ISBN : 0128004843
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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The Biological Action of Physical Medicine

The Biological Action of Physical Medicine
  • Author : Jan Zbigniew Szopinski
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 03 May 2014
GET THIS BOOKThe Biological Action of Physical Medicine

The Biological Action of Physical Medicine: Controlling the Human Body's Information System challenges the contemporary way of thinking of diagnostics and therapy "from the outside." Drawing on 30 years of independent comprehensive research, this reference provides a universal and scientifically acceptable physiological theory, explaining the mode of action of methods of physical medicine as well as the underlying physiological mechanisms. Scientific research described in this book explains the universal neurophysiological foundation of all the respective methods, including organ electrodermal diagnostics (OED),

Radio Frequency Radiation Dosimetry and Its Relationship to the Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields

Radio Frequency Radiation Dosimetry and Its Relationship to the Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields
  • Author : B. Jon Klauenberg,Damijan Miklavcic
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 06 December 2012
GET THIS BOOKRadio Frequency Radiation Dosimetry and Its Relationship to the Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) has sponsored research supporting development of personnel safety standards for exposure to Radio Frequency Radiation (RFR) for over a quarter century. NATO previously recognized that one of the most important tools used in the RFR effects research laboratory is accurate dosimetry when it supported a NATO Advanced Studies Institute (ASI) on Advances in Biological Effects and Dosimetry of Low Energy Electromagnetic Fields held in 1981, in Erice, Sicily. That meeting resulted in a NATO ASI

CRC Handbook of Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields

CRC Handbook of Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields
  • Author : Charles Polk
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 23 July 2019
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The objective of this book is to present in a concise manner what is actually known at the present time about biological effects of time invariant, low frequency and radio frequency (including microwave) electric and magnetic fields. In reviewing the vast amount of experimental data which have been obtained in recent years, the authors tried to select those results that are, in their opinion, of major importance and of lasting value. In discussing mechanisms of interaction of electromagnetic fields with