The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Alternative medicine signifies the treatment that are used instead of western or customary drug. This treatment includes diet, herbs, exercise, manual procedures devices herbal preparations, spiritual healing, massage therapy, magnet therapy, and special teas. Researchers recent survey proof that alternative medicine has great effectives for health issues like agony and sickness. In between 2002 and 2007 usage of alternative medicine is drastically increases.
- Track 1-1Dietary and Nutrition Supplements
- Track 1-2Qi Gong
- Track 1-3Yoga
- Track 1-4Tai Chi
- Track 1-5Advancements in Acupuncture Treatment
- Track 1-6Anthroposophic Medicine
Traditional medicine refers to skills, practise and knowledge had been developed before thousands of year ago based on the theories, belief and experiences from different culture which is used to prevent, diagnoses and treating the physical and mental illness in order to maintain health. About 70-80% uses the traditional medicine as a primary health care, herbal medicine plays major role. The countries China, India and Africa traditional medicine are mostly used.
- Track 2-1Acupressure
- Track 2-2Tui na
- Track 2-3Chinese Food Therapy
Natural herbs from the plants are used for treating the human diseases. About 80 % of the world population depends on herbal medicine which is the grouping of all field related to the botany, Unani medicine, botanical medicine, Ayurveda, Agriculture science, Medical research plant ,Phytochemistry, phototherapy, medical plant research, Biotechnology, biochemistry and Pharmacognosy. The global herbal market is 83 USD billion in 2008 now it is increases about 100 billion USD
- Track 3-1Herbal dietary enhancements
- Track 3-2Phytomedicine
- Track 3-3Practitioners of herbalism
- Track 3-4Modern home-grown medicine
- Track 3-5Para herbalism
In worldwide traditional medicine and ethnomedicine medical plays vital role. Now it is currently increase in demand for medicinal plants products due to healthcare formulation, herbal nutritional supplement and herbal based cosmetic products. In non-industrial society medicinal plants are widely used which is readily available and cheaper than the modern medicine. Mostly in Africa and developing nation 80 % of World population uses medicinal plants for treatment of diseases. Around 19 century the whole plant is dried alkaloids and glycosides are purified from the plant in the form of enzymes which changes the mood of pharmacy against the medicinal plants.
- Track 4-1Global market of medicinal plants
- Track 4-2Efficacy of medicinal plants
- Track 4-3Phytomedicine and medicinal crops
- Track 4-4Medicinal plants in traditional care system
- Track 4-5Biodiversity of medicinal plants
The recent method used in drug formation from medicinal plants involves different approaches such as molecular biological, botanical and phytochemical techniques. This enable to provide a quality medicine againt the diseases like AIDS, Cancer, Malaria, Alzheimer and pain. galantamine, nitisinone, arteether and tiotropium, or are currently involved in late-phase clinical trials have recently been introduced to the United States market. These medicinal products are derived from Edible plant species they may be used as a chemo preventive drugs or as Dietary supplement
- Track 5-1Transgenic plants and crops
- Track 5-2Natural products from microorganisms
- Track 5-3Natural Products Drug discovery
- Track 5-4Synthesis and Isolation of natural products
Herbal therapies are main part of every medical tradition, they are active substance harvested from any part of the plants. These medications can be taken in the form of syrup, pills, inhaled or directly applied to the skin this help to restore, protect, regulate and heal by itself. Herbal medicine is otherwise called as phytomedicine, phototherapy or biomedical medicine. World Health Organisation says that about 25 % of modern drugs are derived from herbal medicine.
- Track 6-1Herbal medicine side effects
- Track 6-2Herbs for addiction and recovery
- Track 6-3Discovery of lead compounds in herbal plants
- Track 6-4Herbal bioprecessing
- Track 6-5Quality control of herbal drugs
In 1803 Percival was the first man who suggested the holistic approach to the patient care. Holistic medicine treatment will enable the improve the body natural healing abilities. Its aim is to prevent and treat diseases and improve their natural well-being. The holistic medicine practitioner will treat by considering the physical, Environmental, Nutrional, Emotional, spiritual and lifestyle of the patient during diagnosis and treatment. Naturopathic medicine, Traditional Chinese medicine, homeopathy, Acupuncture body massage are also part of the holistic medicine.
- Track 7-1Psychotherapy
- Track 7-2Environmental
- Track 7-3 Emotional Freedom Technique
- Track 7-4 Holistic Health
- Track 7-5Holistic Nutrition
- Track 7-6Occupational Therapy
Acupuncture is a key component of Traditional Chinese medicine and form of alternative medicine in which thin needle is placed at specific point with the aim of balancing the energy, boost the wellbeing and cure some illness. In 2003 WHO proven that high and low blood pressure, chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting some gastric conditions, including peptic ulcer, painful periods, dysentery, allergic, rhinitis, facial pain, morning sickness, elbow sciatica, sprains, arthritis, tennis, dental pain, reducing the risk of stroke, rheumatoid inducing labour are cured effectively.
- Track 8-1Medical Acupuncture
- Track 8-2Acupuncture Techniques
- Track 8-3Electro Acupuncture
Ayurvedic medicine was developed in India over 300 year ago which is one of the holistic approaches to physical and mental health. The main aim is to promote the health, decrease stress and help to heal the specific problems. In US Ayurveda medicine is used as a form of Complementary and alternative medicine. Massage, herbal medicine, Yoga, meditation, bowel cleansing, breathing and relaxation techniques, Ayurvedic medications and advice on diet and special diets are also come under Ayurveda medicine
- Track 9-1Ayurvedic Supplements
- Track 9-2Kayachikitsa
- Track 9-3Ayurvedic Remedies
- Track 9-4Antiasthmatic Plants
- Track 9-5Ayurvedic Drugs and Treatment
Homeopathy medicine was developed 200 years ago in Germany based on the two theories of “Like cures Like” and “Law of minimum dose”. The products of medicine are from plants, animals and minerals in the form of sugar pills, gels, creams and tablets. Homeopathic medicines are used for variety of health issues like Chronic fatigue syndrome, Rheumatoid arthritis, Irritable bowel syndrome, Depression, Migraines, Premenstrual syndrome and Allergies. It is also used for minor issues like toothaches, headache, nausea, cough, colds, bruises and scrapes.
- Track 10-1Herbs Used in Homeopathy
- Track 10-2Recent Advances in Homeopathy
- Track 10-3Therapeutic Application
- Track 10-4Electrohomeopathy
Naturopathy is alternative medicine which heal the body naturally without using any drugs which was first established in America by Benedict Lust in late 20 century. Naturopathic medicine treats the whole body, restores the natural health, target the origin of diseases and prevent future illness. Naturopathy treatment is based on the 5 elements namely air, water, earth, fire and ether which comprises the treatment like fasting therapy, mud therapy, hydrotherapy, heliotherapy, massage therapy, acupressure, acupuncture, magnet therapy, and yoga therapy to regulate their health.
- Track 11-1Acupuncture
- Track 11-2Yoga
- Track 11-3Food and Nutrition
- Track 11-4Physiotherapy
- Track 11-5Magnet therapy
Complementary medicine includes wide variety of nutritional products and botanical products such as vitamins, herbal supplement and dietary supplement which is safe and considered to be natural medicine used along with the standard medical treatmenet. Complementary medicine rarely called as a holistic medicine because as it helps to find how disease attack spiritually, mentally, emotionally and socially of whole body. Cam therapies practices are acupuncture, Ayurveda, herbalism, homeopathy, massage therapy and many more Studies shows that 80% of breast cancer patients are saved by using the complementary medicine.
- Track 12-1Dietary Supplements
- Track 12-2Diet-Based Therapies
- Track 12-3Nanotechnology in Alternative medicine
- Track 12-4 Regenerative medicine
Unani medicine was mainly found by the doctrines of ancient Greeks and it is later developed and refined the traditional medicine by Islamic physicians and scholars in Arabic. It is also known as Unani Tibb which is helpful for healing and maintaining the health. Mostly Unani medicine is used for diabetics and weight loss and some of other heath ted problems.
- Track 13-1Principles of Unani Medicine
- Track 13-2Herbs in Unani Medicine
- Track 13-3Herbs Healing
Herbalism is a art or practices of using herbs and herbal medicine to maintain health and to prevent or cure diseases and for the treatment of anxiety, depression, healing, ache and many more. Herbs are different types like smoking herbs, fertility herbs, healing herbs, anti-inflammatory herb, adopt genic herb. There are also different herbal products like Herbal Cigarettes, Herbal Hair Products, Herbal Antibiotics, Herbal Tea and Herbal Toothpastes. Nowadays usage of medicinal plants products has been increased enormously especially in North America from 3% to 37 % between 1991 and 1998 and the sale of the medicinal plants climbs about $3 for the maintenance of good health.
- Track 14-1Advance herbal extraction methods
- Track 14-2Healing herbs & herbalism
- Track 14-3Herbal antibiotics
- Track 14-4Chinese herbal medicine
Yoga Therapy is an holistic approach focuses mind body and spirt involving a variety of yoga practices like meditation, breathing exercises, yoga postures and guided imaginary to treat and improve existing mental, physical health problems and the natural process like pregnancy or menopause.
- Track 15-1Classical Yoga
- Track 15-2Raja Yoga
- Track 15-3Yogacara and Vajrayana
- Track 15-4Ashtanga Yoga
Integrative medicine is a combination of the traditional medicine and other treatments to care the whole body i.e. mind, body and spirit. Integrative medicine works by considering the physical, social, spiritual and environmental behaviours that affect our health in order to restore and promotes the health. In the recent survey scientist has discovered that the integrative medicine also helps to relief the pain, relief of symptoms in caner patients and promote the healthy behaviours for prevention of diseases
- Track 16-1Hypnotherapy
- Track 16-2Energy healing
- Track 16-3Biofeedback
- Track 16-4Chromotherapy
Chiropractors uses hand on spinal manipulation which is useful to relief pain on muscles, joints, bones and connective tissues like tendons, cartilage and ligaments. Chiropractic technique also restore mobility to joint restricted by traumatic event such as accidents, sports injuries, and muscle strains. Recent research says that about 22 million Americans visit the chiropractor mostly for Back pain.
- Track 17-1Relaxation Techniques
- Track 17-2Electrical Stimulation
- Track 17-3Chiropractic Research
- Track 17-4Spinal Manipulation