Case Study: Rhythmical Massage Therapy for Crohn's Disease

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CROHN'S disease
INFLAMMATORY bowel diseases
ALTERNATIVE medicine
INTEGRATIVE medicine
SURGERY
CASE studies

Abstract:The article presents a case study on a 30-year old trainee architect who was diagnosed with Crohn's disease. Crohn's disease affects between 30,000 to 60,000 people in Great Britain with over 3,000 new sufferers diagnosed every year. It causes inflammation which affects the bowels and ulcers the wall of the intestine. Treatments include surgery to remove inflamed sections of the bowel or antibacterial drugs but in this case, the architect tried alternative medicine which improved her condition.

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