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PONS - medicinski časopis
2018, vol. 15, br. 1, str. 28-34
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
doi:10.5937/pomc15-15491


Osvrt na naučna istraživanja o primeni tradicionalne medicine u rehabilitaciji
aCollege of Applied Health Sciences Cuprija, Ćuprija
bHigh Medical School of Professional Studies, Zemun

e-adresa: sarsic101@gmail.com

Sažetak

Tradicionalna medicina (TM) je izraz koji se koristi za deo alternativne medicine ili medicine koja proizilazi iz narodnog znanja. Bez obzira na zvanični stav medicine, primena metoda tradicionalne medicine je u stalnom porastu, posebno u najrazvijenijim zemljama. Na primer, 70% stanovništva u Kanadi i 80% u Nemačkoj koristi neki od oblika alternativne ili komplementarne medicine. U tradicionalnoj medicini naglasak je na ravnoteži ili 'harmoniji' u telu, jer je telo povezano sa zemljom i kosmosom što je veoma važno za proces lečenja. Postoje i suprotna mišljenja koja tvrde da je TM ogromna kolekcija nikada dokazanih teorija. Ono što je potrebno za njeno dokazivanje je novi način posmatranja i tumačenja, svih dokaza i zapažanja o procesima bolesti i zdravlja. Postoje ogromne razlike između TM i konvencionalne medicine, kako u metodama koje se koriste za bilo kakvu intervenciju, tako i u načinu na koji su lekari i iscelitelji obučeni. Značajno je i to da se za istraživanja u oblasti TM, koriste norme i standardi koji se koriste i za istraživanja u konvencionalnoj medicini, što znači da nisu prilagođena osnovnim karakteristikama TM. Zbog toga naučno istraživački rad o značaju primene TM, zahteva jedan kontinuirani proces u kome će učesnici iz različitih okvira, potpuno nepristrasno a u skladu sa rezultatima dobijenih istraživanja donositi zaključke. Rezultati prikazanih istraživanja pokazuju pozitivne efekte kod primene metoda TM u rehabilitaciji.

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