Questions and sample answers on the use of modality as alternative therapeutic intervention

Give a short history of Modality

Pre-historic origin of pattern dates back in the 18th through to the 19th century. In the ancient times, the early Greeks believed in the theory of supernatural healing (Boyle, 2005). Using Combination of both plants and animal parts they believed in the power of healing to suppress harmful effects of nature (water, fire, air, and earth). These four elements were later used by early philosophers to conceptualize the myth of body, blood and tumors thereby…

Describe the philosophy behind modality

While conventional medicine uses drugs and other methods to cure symptoms, Modality intervention is based on a return to nature by providing healthy dietary options, bathing, exercising and employment of various means to eliminate poisonous agents. This allows self healing process. The philosophies identifying modality are “vitalism” and “mechanism”. Mechanism considers the body as a complex interconnected system that works as one unit, so  that if one part breaks due to physical or mechanical fault then the whole system is compromised. When an organ in the…

What are the general models o intervention in modaliy?

The general models for intervention in the pattern include crisis intervention that involve the entire body mechanism working in synchronization with other body parts. The paths taken by this synchronized action should follow the areas/regions experiencing traumas, impairments, and inactivity. A uniform coordination get enabled throughout the whole body such that no part is left untouched. High concentration is attached to this therapy because it helps uncover and relieve judgments. Examples of synchronized interventions include…

What are the controversies behind se of modality in the 21st century?

The conflicts between conventional and modality is dated back in 1847 code of ethics with restrictions but autonomy favoring conventional medicine (Boyle, 2005). The regulations/restrictions places pattern as inexperienced practice with no laboratory evidence of a disease and a non-specific intervention; however, its holistic approach is convincing for mass healing with no side effects.Many modalities remain regulated and unapproved, the few patterns approved for use include St Johns watt, folic acid, and S-adenylyl methionine (Boyle, 2005). While regulations still stipple…

How can use of modality be encouraged in Australia?

Good training, support, mentorship and high ethical standards guides the direction a profession will take in its endeavors. Conversely to check safety and public health risk, self-regulation is commendable (Boyle, 2005). Australian practitioners are properly trained to handle patients for therapeutic intervention. They are approved for course accreditation, as either certificate or both with a minimum of 250 hours of training for diploma and higher level courses. With accreditation classified as both peak body and…

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