Skin health has taken center stage for health care practitioners and patients alike. Not only has skin cancer quickly become the number one form of cancer in the United States, with 3.5 million cancers diagnosed in over 2 million patients annually, but concerns about sun protection and healthy aging have dominated both public media and individual patient concerns. As the largest and most visible organ, the skin displays all evidence of health and vitality, both real
and perceived, thereby conferring a tremendous amount of psychological burden on those afflicted with cutaneous ailments. Clinicians are thus charged with the important task of caring for the whole person, mentally as well as physically, to achieve therapeutic success. Integrative Dermatology is the
first comprehensive text in this growing field which strives to examine and combine best practices from both traditional medicine as well as complementary and alternative healing modalities such as: diet, supplements, and mind-body medicine. The book presents key concepts for synthesizing the best, comprehensive care plan for each individualized and contextualized dermatology patient.
RN: Associate Professor, Nova Southeastern University College of Osteopathic Medicine and University of Central Florida School of Medicine, Integrative Dermatology Lecturer for the AZCIM Fellowship; PS: Professor of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL; RR:Assistant Professor of Dermatology, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, NY, NY
1. Diet for Healthy, Youthful Skin ; 2. Nutrition and Supplements for Healthy Skin ; 3. Therapeutic Diets for Skin Disorders ; 4. Skin-influencing Factors in Daily Life ; 5. Topical Botanicals and the Skin ; 6. Psychoneuroimmunology in Dermatology ; 7. Accupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine ; 8. Herbal Medicine in Dermatology ; 9. An Ayurvedic Perspective on Dermatology ; 10. Hypnosis, Hypnoanalysis, and Mindfulness Meditation in Dermatology ; 11. Energy Medicine in Dermatology ; 12. Integrative Therapies for Acne ; 13. Integrative Management of Hair Loss and Hair Care ; 14. Integrative Therapies for Atopic Dermatitis ; 15. Integrative Management of Cutaneous Infectious Diseases ; 16. Contact Dermatitis ; 17. Integrative Management of Hyperhidrosis ; 18. Integrative Management of Lichen Planus ; 19. Integrative Management of Neurodermatitis ; 20. Integrative Dermatology and Postherpetic Neuralgia ; 21. Integrative Management of Pruritus ; 22. Integrative Treatment of Psoriasis ; 23. Integrative Management of Rosacea ; 24. Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Seborrheic Dermatitis ; 25. Integrative Therapy and Skin Cancer ; 26. Integrative Dermatology and Stasis Dermatitis ; 27. Urticaria ; 28. Verrucae (Warts) ; 29. Integrative Management of Vitiligo ; 30. The History, Research, Education, and Future of Integrative Dermatology