CONTEMPORARY AND TRADITIONAL MEDICATION Name Institution Complimentary modality with traditional interventions Medicine has the overall objective of addressing the unavoidable needs of people by providing both physical and emotional healing. This discipline has grown widely over the years and today involves scientific approaches in treatment. Complimentary modality is an alternative form of healing that does not necessarily involve ingested medication. Instead it involves the use of homeopathy massage imagery relaxation among other techniques (Badgujar 2014). Traditional medicine refers was less scientific compared to the contemporary one which is more scientific. In contemporary medicine individuals choose practices that that would serve as alternatives (Badgujar 2014). In my personal experience I have witnessed different organizations implement the contemporary and alternative medical services. In experiencing the modality that is currently gaining popularity in the United States the therapy offered by the practitioners and the cost covered by my insurance company in managing the effects of the therapy explains all. Reference Badgujar Shamkant B. Vainav V. Patel and Atmaram H. Bandivdekar. "Foeniculum vulgare Mill: a review of its botany phytochemistry pharmacology contemporary application and toxicology." BioMed research international 2014 (2014). Foley Ronan. Healing waters: Therapeutic landscapes in historic and contemporary Ireland. Routledge 2016. Spiegler Michael D. Contemporary behavior therapy. Nelson Education 2015. [...]
Scholarly Paper 1. Compare and contrast the complimentary modality with traditional interventions 2. Discuss the benefits and risks of both the traditional and the complementary/integrative intervention. 3.Ascertain how you can combine traditional and holistic interventions/modalities to achieve optimal client outcomes in practice. 4.Experience the modality yourself, if possible. 5.The paper is to be written in APA style. The length is to be a maximum of 5 pages including the title page and references.