Alternative Medicine 2021
EuroSciCon welcomes you to attend the 12th Edition of International Conference on Alternative Medicine to be held from June 14-15, 2021, London, UK. Alternative Medicine 2021 aims to gather leading educational scientists, researchers and research students to exchange & share their experiences and research results about all aspects of Natural and Alternative Medicine.
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What is Alternative Medicine?
Alternative Healthcare medicine is a healing practice that is not related to any of the scientific methods of treatment. It consists of a wide range of health care practices, natural products and therapies, ranging from natural herbs to the modified by products extract. It includes various new traditional medicine practices such as homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic, energy medicine, acupuncture, traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic medicine, and Christian faith healing. These treatment methodologies do not show relevance to any science-based healthcare system but depending on the natural practices.
Complementary medicine is an alternative medicine approach used together with conventional medical treatment in a belief to cure the particular disease. Integrative medicine is the combination of several practices and methods of alternative medicine with conventional medicine.
Why to attend?
The use of alternative medicine is widespread as it is being used effectively as an integrated treatment with a fewer side effects than western medicine and is a potential alternative to pain medications or steroid treatments. This unique conference will offer a platform for Eastern medicine to meet with Western medicine and will bring together researchers, practitioners, educators and other healthcare professionals, business delegates, students and young researchers all across the globe and shall serve as an opportunity to present and discuss recent advances in acupuncture research that have the potential to strengthen the base for its integration in health care to modernize the art of alternative medicine.
Complementary Medicine Practitioners, Researchers in the field of Herbal and Traditional Medicine, Alternative Medicine Practitioners, Acupuncturists, Oriental medicine faculty, Herbal practitioners, Chiropractors, Ayurveda and Yoga practitioners Psychiatrists, Therapists & Acupuncture counsellors, Alternative medicine students, scientists, Treatment, Healing Centres and Rehabilitation Houses, Relevant Association and Societies, Medical colleges, Business professionals (Directors, presidents, CEO) from Alternative medicine market. The field of Alternative medicine growing rapidly, and its development is making tremendous impacts in Alternative Healthcare.
For Researchers & Faculty:
- Speaker Presentations
- Poster Display
- Symposium hosting
- Workshop organizing
For Universities, Associations & Societies:
- Association Partnering
- Collaboration proposals
- Academic Partnering
- Group Participation
For Students & Research Scholars:
- Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
- Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
- Student Attendee
- Group registrations
For Business Delegates:
- Speaker Presentations
- Symposium hosting
- Book Launch event
- Networking opportunities
- Audience participation
- Exhibitor and Vendor booths
- Sponsorships opportunities
- Product launch
- Workshop organizing
- Scientific Partnering
- Marketing and Networking with clients
The term Alternative Medicine implies any type of medication that is outside the standard of western or customary drug. The corresponding and Alternative drug showcase is relied upon to create income of USD 196.87 billion by 2025.
Reports of mid 2017 expressed that roughly 66% of the populace in the majority of the created and creating nations have detailed utilizing either type of option or reciprocal type of pharmaceutical. There are sure nations that are moving towards the legitimization of some Alternative medication treatments that are being upheld with endorsed clinical information.
Track 02: Importance of Herbal Medicine
Therapeutic plants are vital hotspots for pharmaceutical manufacturing. New researches in the field of traditional healing systems has led to a resurgence of interest in herbal medicines in Europe and North America, where herbal products have been incorporated into so-called alternative, complementary, holistic or integrative medical systems. Reports of consumers showed positive attitudes towards herbal products because they believe them to be of natural rather than synthetic origin, they believe that such products are more likely to be safe than drugs and are considered part of a healthy lifestyle, and they can help to avoid unnecessary contact with conventional western medicine.
Alternative treatments include diet and exercise, chemicals, herbs, devices, and manual procedures. These are not part of the science-based healthcare system, but these are having healing effects as scientific medicine alternative treatments are complimentary methods that improves the efficacy of the treatment. Evidences show that certain complementary therapies can help to control some symptoms of cancer and treatment side effects.
Usage of alternative and complementary medicine is increasing more frequent among women and adults with higher incomes and advanced levels of education. Many complementary therapies concentrate on relaxation and reducing stress. They might help to calm emotions, relieve anxiety, and increase general sense of health and wellbeing.
- Cancer Alternative Therapies
- Complementary and Alternative Medicine for Diabetes
- Natural Remedies for High Blood Pressure
Track 04: Acupuncture
Acupuncture is a Traditional Chinese Practice which involves the insertion of the tips of needles into the skin at specific points for the purpose of treating various disorders by stimulating nerve impulses. The objective of acupuncture is to regulate and normalize the flow of the Chi, so that the Yin and the Yang return to a state of dynamic equilibrium. Chinese medicine does not draw a sharp line between mind and body as Western Medicine does. Acupuncture help ease types of pain that are often chronic such as low-back pain, neck pain, and osteoarthritis or knee pain. It also may help reduce the frequency of tension headaches and prevent migraine headaches.
- Acupuncture and pain management
- Acupuncture techniques
- Cupping therapy
Track 05: Naturopathic Medicine
Naturopathic medicine emphasizes on prevention, treatment, and optimal health through the use of therapeutic methods and substances that reestablish the body's inborn capacity to heal itself without the adverse impacts of conventional drug. It is a specific primary health care system that blends modern scientific knowledge with traditional and natural forms of medicine. Naturopaths focus on a holistic approach, completely avoiding the use of surgery and drugs. Naturopaths often prescribe exposure to naturally occurring substances, such as sunshine, herbs and certain foods and encourage activities they describe as natural, such as exercise, meditation and relaxation. In addition to diet and lifestyle changes during treatment, they make use of natural therapies like botanical medicine, clinical nutrition, hydrotherapy, homeopathy, naturopathic manipulation and Traditional Chinese Medicine or acupuncture.
Track 06: Traditional Chinese Medicine
The primary feature of modern TCM is that good health relies on the restoration and maintenance of harmony. Traditional Chinese medicine takes a holistic approach to understanding normal function and disease processes. Chinese herbal medicine is part of TCM. Herbs are prescribed to restore energy balance to the opposing forces of energy - Yin and Yang based on laws of nature - that run through invisible channels in the body. TCM includes various forms of moxibustion, Chinese herbal medicine, acupuncture, massage (tui na), exercise (qigong), and dietary therapy. It is primarily used as a complementary alternative medicine approach.
- Dietary Therapy
- Current research in Traditional Chinese Medicine
- Chinese Herbal Medicine
Track 07: Chiropractic and Osteopathic Medicine
Chiropractic is a form of alternative medicine concerned with the diagnosis, management and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, and the effects of these disorders on the function of the nervous system and general health. Chiropractors seek to reduce pain and improve the functionality of patients via exercise and other therapies.
Osteopathy is a system of complementary medicine involving the treatment of medical disorders through the manipulation and massage of the skeleton and musculature. Although osteopathy takes a holistic approach to medical care, it also embraces modern medical knowledge, including use of medication, surgery and radiation.
Track 08: Holistic Nutrition
Holistic nutrition is basically a modern natural approach to a healthy diet and considers the individual as a whole, including all aspects of his lifestyle. This natural approach incorporates emotional, spiritual and physical health to create a state of well-being for optimum health. Practioners of Alternative medicine like acupuncturists, chiropractors, herbalists and nutritionists, agree to the fact that following a diet in accordance to the guidelines of holistic nutrition allows people to heal naturally without the intake of prescription drugs and can help prevent various health problems such as heart disease, diabetes, obesity and cancer.
- Integrative Nutrition
- Holistic antibiotics
- Spiritual Healing
- Holistic natural healing
- Holistic anti-infection agents
Track 09: Ayurveda & Homeopathy
Ayurvedic medicine is one of the world's oldest whole-body healing systems. It was developed more than 3,000 years ago in India. Ayurveda is a personalized approach to health, and knowing your mind-body type allows you to make optimal choices about diet, exercise, supplements, and all other aspects of your lifestyle. Ayurveda practitioners believe that every person is made of five basic elements found in the universe: space, air, fire, water, and earth.
Homeopathy was developed in the late 1700s in Germany. Homeopathy is a medical system based on the belief that the body can cure itself. In a way, it is an advanced form of vaccination; whereby a substance which is capable of producing a disease like state is administered to the patient, but in a very minute dose, to cure the similar disease. Homeopathy practitioners use tiny amounts of natural substances, like plants and minerals.
Track 10: Natural Product Development
Natural Product Development mainly focuses on the need for less expensive alternative therapies, especially in the treatment of chronic illnesses. It also involves the use of natural products in a drug-discovery or development program. The World Health Organization has been promoting traditional medicine as a source of less expensive, comprehensive medical care, especially in developing countries. The main goal is to fully exploit the biosynthetic and therapeutic potential of untapped biodiversity for drug discovery. Many well-known drugs listed in the modern pharmacopoeia have their origins in nature.
Track 11: Physical Therapies and Rehabilitation
Physical therapy commonly known as physiotherapy aims to encourage tissue healing by controlling and reducing pain and inflammation and help restore normal range of motion by integrating the muscular, joint and nervous systems. A physiotherapist does treatment by physical methods such as massage, heat treatment, and exercise rather than by drugs or surgery. Physiotherapy helps to resolve musculoskeletal problems such as muscle and joint pain, sports injuries, back or neck pain, sprains and strains. Physiotherapists have been trained in the use of exercise therapy to strengthen muscles and improve function. Additional training in the field of acupuncture and dry needling technique to assist pain relief and muscle function have been acquired by many physiotherapists.
Track 12: Traditional Veterinary Medicine
Traditional Veterinary Medicine provides information on ancient methods of preventing and treating diseases of animals before the advent of modern medicine. Herbal medicine, acupuncture, chiropractic, and nutritional therapy are more widely accepted in the veterinary community as valid treatment methods than other alternative treatment options. Use of herbs or herbal therapy is usually continued for weeks to months by adding powders or tablets to the dog/cat food and is changed according to the needs of the animal. Chiropractic therapy is mainly used for musculoskeletal pain in veterinary medicine.
Track 13: Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
Pharmacognosy is the study of the physical, chemical, biochemical and biological properties of drugs or drug substances of natural origin as well as the search for new drugs from natural sources. The term comes from two Greek words ‘pharmakon’ meaning drug and ‘gnosis’ meaning knowledge. Phytochemistry is the branch of chemistry dealing with the chemical processes associated with plant life and the chemical compounds produced by plants.
Phytochemistry is widely used in the field of Chinese medicine especially in the field of herbal medicine. Phytochemical technique mainly applies to the quality control of Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic or herbal medicine of various chemical components, such as saponins, alkaloids, volatile oils, flavonoids and anthraquinones.
Track 14: Arabic and Unani Medicine
Unani medicine or Islamic medicine is a traditional system of healing and health maintenance observed in South Asia. The inceptions of Unani medication are found in the tenets of the old Greek doctors Hippocrates and Galen. According to Unani medicine, management of any disease depends upon the diagnosis of disease. The history of Unani medicine can be characterized by the work of its practitioners, or hakims, who relied on natural healing based on principles of harmony and balance, uniting the physical, mental, and spiritual realms.
Track 15: Herbal Cosmetics and Nutraceuticals
The herbal cosmetics are the preparations containing phytochemical from a variety of botanical sources, which influences the functions of skin and provide nutrients necessary for the healthy skin or hair. They are the preparations containing phytochemical from a variety of botanical sources, which influences the functions of skin and provide nutrients. They are formulated using various permissible cosmetic ingredients to form the base in which one or more herbal ingredients are used to provide defined cosmetic benefits.
Nutraceutical is a pharmaceutical-grade and standardized nutrient. They are products derived from food sources that are purported to provide extra health benefits, in addition to the basic nutritional value found in foods. Everything from vitamins, supplements to sports drinks, snacks, dairy products, and pre-prepared diet meals could be considered as nutraceuticals.
Market Analysis Report
The Complementary & Alternative Medicine market is expected to generate a revenue of USD 196.87 billion by 2025, according to a new report by Grand View Research, Inc. Factors such as the increase in adoption of alternative medicine by people combined with the government initiatives of a number of key countries to enhance reach is expected to help in expansion revenue generation avenues.
Alternative Medicine Strategy 2014 to 2023: The WHO Alternative Medicine Strategy 2014–2023 was developed and launched in response to the WHO Assembly resolution on Traditional Medicine. The strategy aims to support Members States in developing proactive policies and implementing action plans that will strengthen the role traditional medicines plays in keeping populations healthy.
Global Use of Alternative Medicine:
Since most recent couple of years, utilization of Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani arrangement of solutions of are developing prevalence because of its all-encompassing methodology, decent variety and adaptability, less reactions, cost adequacy and simple associability. Around 80% of populace of the world utilize a few types of Traditional arrangement of drugs for their human services require.
As per Global Industry Analysis, Global home-grown supplements and solutions advertise is foreseeing to reach $107 billion by 2017 fortified by rising maturing occupants and expanding purchaser mindfulness towards general wellbeing and prosperity it is required to develop by an esteem CAGR of 3% at steady 2014 costs over the guess time frame. With less or no symptoms, home grown definitions are picking up notoriety among the purchasers, which will drive the development of home grown drug showcase all around. Also, home grown prescriptions are more compelling in specific ailments like icy, hack, hypersensitivity, clog, skin maladies and processing issues, which will enable the development of worldwide home-grown drug to advertise in figure period.
Top Universities and Colleges in Europe:
- University of Westminster
- Irish College of Traditional Chinese Medicine
- London College of Traditional Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
- University of Greenwich
- New Eden School of Natural Health and Herbal Studies
Top Associations and Societies:
- National Centre for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH)
- British Acupuncture Council (BAcC)
- Society for Acupuncture Research (SAR)
- American association of acupuncture and oriental medicine (AAAOM)
- The Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture UK
- World Confederation for Physical Therapy
- National Acupuncture Detoxification Association
- British Medical Acupuncture Society
- International Acupuncture Association of Physical Therapists
Future of Alternative Medicine:
The utilization of Complementary and Alternative Medicine prescription (CAM) is expanding quickly. The World Health Organization (WHO) orders 65– 80% of the world's human services benefits as 'conventional drug' Therefore, from the perspective of the populace proportion, a bigger number of individuals utilize CAM than present day western medication. Albeit much consideration has been centered on CAM from doctors as well as fundamental restorative specialists, logical confirmation for most CAM is as yet inadequate. Development of CAM as another current of pharmaceutical relies upon regardless of whether exact logical confirmation can be gathered.
The CAM questionnaires were sent to 2118 clinical oncologists and found that the majority of oncologists (82%) believed that CAM products were ineffective against cancer. The main reason for this belief was a lack of reliable information (as cited by 85% of oncologists). Only 13% of oncologists had experienced CAM-associated disease improvement in their cancer patients
Why has CAM become so popular among ‘consumers’?
CAM is easy to understand and familiar
CAM is non-invasive, with few side effects
CAM helps improve quality of life (QOL) or activity of daily life (ADL)
CAM helps one to maintain one's own health
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