The goal of Integrated Physical Medicine is to treat the whole person, not just the symptoms of an injury or disease. It focuses on whole-person healing in order to provide the greatest potential results for each patient's rehabilitation and long-term health. To address the most pressing issues, integrated physical medicine goes beyond typical chiropractic treatments. Following the treatment of present health problems, integrated medicine focuses on reducing the likelihood of reoccurring symptoms and preventing harm and disease. Integrative physical therapy is a type of physical therapy that focuses on treating the whole person, addressing root dysfunctions, enhancing the body's self-healing processes, controlling the stress response, and paying particular attention to the mind-body-spirit link.
Title : Neurocognitive and reactive rehabilitation training techniques and testing in athletes following ACL reconstruction
Kevin E Wilk, Champion Sports Medicine, United Kingdom
Title : Neuroimaging by evaluation nerve repair and remodeling of acupuncture in children with cerebral palsy
Zhenhuan LIU, Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine, China
Title : Treatment of medial tibial stress syndrome (shin splints): What is the evidence-based medical treatment?
Jay Spector, American Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine (AAPSM), United States
Title : A novel cervical-spine immobilization technique for traumatic spinal cord injury prevention in resource-limited
Zachary Eisner, University of Michigan, United States
Title : Intrathecal drug delivery systems
Matis Georgios, University Cologne Hospital, Germany
Title : Autologous stem cell infusion in COPD patients: Impact on quality of life and physical performance
Selma Denis Squassoni, FMABC University Center, Brazil