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Women, Hormones & The Menstrual Cycle 3/e (re-issue)

  • ISBN-13: 9781922800602
  • Publisher: WOODSLANE PRESS
    Imprint: WOODSLANE PRESS
  • By Ruth Trickey
  • Price: AUD $150.00
  • Stock: 237 in stock
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  • Local release date: 04/01/2024
  • Format: Hardback (250.00mm X 176.00mm) 1086 pages Weight: 2100g
  • Categories: Physiology [MFG]
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Women, Hormones & the Menstrual Cycle is the definitive guide to natural medicine and women's health, focusing on health complaints from adolescence through to menopause and beyond. Ruth Trickey and practitioners from the Melbourne Holistic Health Group and other contributors, provide comprehensive information and treatment protocols based on years of research and clinical experience. This book is essential reading for professional health care providers and health science students, as well as individuals interested in a more thorough understanding of the health concerns affecting women. This 3rd edition was fully revised in 2011 providing research on evidenced-based natural medicine. A range of gynaecological complaints are discussed including premenstrual syndrome (PMS), endometriosis, polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), amenorrhoea and menopausal symptoms. Unique to Women, Hormones & the Menstrual Cycle is the focus on a collaborative model of health care, where naturopathic treatments for specific conditions are presented alongside more conventional medical approaches.
Ruth Trickey has spent 48 years in health care, 40 years of which were as a natural therapist. Over this time, she has had a particular focus on building bridges between disparate health care disciplines. In the beginning this was no mean feat - the ‘us and them' culture was very much alive and well when she first started practicing in the late 1970s. Through lecturing, writing, and in the clinic, she developed a team approach which aimed to allow patients to achieve the best from all health care modalities. She termed this collaborative medicine and it is an approach that has spread far and wide amongst Australian practitioners.
Introduction Section A Anatomy and Physiology Chapter One Anatomy of the Female Breast and Genitalia Chapter Two Menstruation and the Menstrual Cycle Chapter Three Hormones Chapter Four Hormonal Imbalance Chapter Five Inflammatory Mediators in Women’s Health Section B Hormonal Transition Chapter Six Adolescence Chapter Seven Specific Disorders during Adolescence Chapter Eight Menopause Section C Gynaecological Disorders and their Treatment Chapter Nine Pre-menstrual Syndrome (PMS) and related Disorders of the Luteal Phase Chapter Ten Menorrhagia Chapter Eleven Metrorrhagia Chapter Twelve Dysmenorrhoea Chapter Thirteen Endometriosis and Adenomyosis Chapter Fourteen Amenorrhoea and Oligomenorrhoea Chapter Fifteen Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Chapter Sixteen Gynaecological Infections Chapter Seventeen Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Chapter Eighteen Benign Disorders of the Breast Chapter Nineteen Benign Ovarian Cysts and Tumours Section D Prevention and Management of Chronic Disorders Chapter Twenty Key Factors in Reducing Risk of Ill Health Chapter Twenty-one Routine Examinations, Testing and Screening Chapter Twenty-two Specific Prevention Advice for Individuals at Risk Chapter Twenty-three The Significance of Sleep Disturbance for Women Section E Common Causes of Increased Mortality and Morbidity in Women Chapter Twenty-four Cardiovascular Disease Chapter Twenty-five Metabolic Syndrome and Type 2 Diabetes Chapter Twenty-six Osteopenia and Osteoporosis Section F Cancer Classifications of Malignancies Chapter Twenty-seven Breast Cancer Chapter Twenty-eight Endometrial Cancer Chapter Twenty-nine Cervical Cancer Chapter Thirty Ovarian Cancer Chapter Thirty-one Strategies to Reduce Cancer Risk Chapter Thirty-two Chemotherapy Chapter Thirty-three Radiation therapy Chapter Thirty-four The First Six Months after Cancer Treatments Chapter Thirty-five Palliative Care Section G Therapeutics Chapter Thirty-six Therapeutic Diets Chapter Thirty-seven Selected Nutritional Monographs Chapter Thirty-eight Minerals Chapter Thirty-nine Plants Constituents with Oestrogenic Effects Chapter Forty Herbs in Women’s Health Chapter Forty-one Drugs Chapter Forty-two Surgery and Medical Procedures Appendix Kay Patterns of Disharmony Glossary of Acronyms General Glossary
* Originally published in the 1990s, has become a must-have book for practitioners. * Full of the wisdom and experience of a life-long career. * Re-issue of the latest 2011 edition.
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