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Whether you are suffering from the common cold or struggling with more acute conditions like diabetes, arthritis, or heart disease, here is a book that can finally offer a safe, effective, and inexpensive alternative to drugs. Pioneering research shows that simple movement offers profound benefit and can help prevent, relieve, and sometimes even cure a wide range of diseases. Grounded in solid, Western science, but embracing Eastern concepts of healing, this groundbreaking work offers exercise "prescriptions" for a full range of health problems, including: back pain, menopausal symptoms, osteoporosis, cancer, sexual dysfunction, depression, and carpal tunnel syndrome. The book's accessible and informative text is complemented by more than 100 easy-to-follow illustrations of "healing movements" drawn from yoga, qi gong, tai chi, and various aerobic and strengthening techniques. Whatever your age, fitness level, or health concern, Healing Moves can help improve not only your physical condition but your overall sense of well-being with chapters including: Exercise for Health and Fitness, Metabolic Disorders, Mental Health Conditions, Orthopedic Disorders, Immunological Conditions, Cardiovascular Disorders, Men's Health, Women's Health, and Respiratory Disorders.
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Carol Krucoff, R.Y.T., a fitness expert and award-winning journalist, served as founding editor of the Health Section of the Washington Post, where her nationally syndicated column, Bodyworks, appeared for twelve years. A frequent contributor to numerous magazines including Reader's Digest, Yoga Journal and Prevention, she is a registered yoga teacher with the Yoga Alliance at the highest level (E-RYT 500). Carol is a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists and serves on the Peer Review Board for the International Journal of Yoga Therapy. As a Yoga Therapist at Duke Integrative Medicine in Durham, North Carolina, Carol creates individualized yoga practices for people with health challenges. Carol is certified as a personal trainer by the American Council on Exercise and also studied martial arts for 10 years. She earned a second-degree black belt and the honored title Sensei and taught karate for four years. She teaches yoga at Duke University's Center for Living, and her audio home practice, Healing Moves Yoga, is available on CD.Mitchell Krucoff, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.C.C.P., Professor of Medicine/Cardiology and an Interventional Cardiologist at Duke University Medical Center, is internationally recognized for his pioneering research in several areas, including complementary therapies in patients with heart disease, computer-assisted heart monitoring, and new modalities of coronary revascularization. His clinical trials include patients and hospitals in five continents, and he lectures globally on these and related topics. Author of more than 100 publications in the cardiology literature and book chapters in medical texts, Mitchell is Senior Editor of the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine and past Editor-in-Chief of the journal Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine. He is co-editor of the book, “Integrative Cardiology: Complementary and Alternative Medicine for the Heart.” Mitchell is Director of the Cardiovascular Devices Unit and the eECG Core Laboratory at the Duke Clinical Research Institute. He is also a member of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute's Clinical Trials Review Committee and in 2007 received a Distinguished Service Award from the United States Food and Drug Administration for his service on the Circulatory Devices Advisory Panel.From the Inside Flap:
ndbreaking book, two experts, a renowned cardiologist and an award-winning health columnist, show readers specific new strategies for taking advantage of a low-risk, low-cost, extremely effective, and readily available form of healing -- physical activity. The National Institute on Aging reports that "if exercise could be packed in a pill, it would be the single most widely prescribed, and beneficial, medicine in the nation." We know that physical activity is effective prevention, but pioneering research shows that it can also treat -- and even reverse -- America's top killers, often more effectively than drugs or surgery.
Drawing from Eastern as well as Western traditions, the authors explain how specific exercises can be powerful therapy for such life-threatening ailments as heart disease, cancer, stroke, pulmonary disease, and osteoporosis, as well as conditions that affect quality of life, including arthritis, back pain, asthma, depression, diabetes, stress, PMS, sexual dys
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