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3rd International Congress on Restorative & Alternative Medicine, will be organized around the theme “Ancient Herbal Wisdom for Modern Day Healing”

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Dental implants are replacements for the root parts of teeth. They are placed directly into the jawbone. Natural-looking crowns or dentures are attached to the implants to form the tooth Replantation system, which can be a simple crown or a larger bridge. This can happen immediately or several weeks later, depending on your case. After the implant integrates (attaches) to your bone, it acts as a new "root" for the crown that will replace your missing tooth. A crown (cap), which is made to look like a natural tooth, is attached to the dental implant  and fills the space left in the mouth by the missing tooth. For this procedure to work there must be enough bone in the jaw. The bone has to be strong enough to hold and support the implant. If there is not enough bone, it may need to be added with a procedure called bone augmentation or bone grafting. In addition, natural human teeth and supporting tissues near where the implant will be placed must be in good health. Most dental implants are successful, and there are a few steps you can take to help ensure success and make your implant last. They are: Practice good oral hygiene, quit smoking, visit your dentist, and avoid chewing on hard foods etc.

 

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) refers to a broad range of diseases that affect the cardiovascular system, which includes the heart and blood vessels. Several companies are developing regenerative medicine technologies to rescue, replace and help repair these damaged heart tissues and re-vascularize heart tissue in and around areas of infarct. Several Medical members are looking into using single or mixed populations of cells, both autologous (self to self) and allogeneic (other to self) to target the effects of cardiovascular disease. Other organizations are developing advanced biologics, gene therapies and small molecule approaches that focus on the cell cycle or other pathways which may allow the regeneration of lost heart cells and tissue.

 

Yoga is the practice of attaining physical and mental health through meditation and physical exercise. Yoga and Physical Therapy combines the principles and practices of yoga with physical therapies to achieve our desired outcomes. In a recent research study, the largest of its kind to date, Yoga proves to be more effective than traditional exercise science or an educational booklet for patients with chronic low back pain. In general, the practice of Yoga is associated with an individual who is "healthy," and "normal." Yoga thus is applied as more of a "preventive" practice rather than a "restorative" or "rehabilitative" one. Common physical therapy goals of enhancing strength, flexibility, balance, coordination, sequencing, motor control, kinesthetic senses, posture and alignment can be impacted with the judicious use of Yoga and certain yogic principles. It is quite clear that the art and science of Yoga could be an amazing and powerful tool that can be applied by physical therapists to help patients reach their goals, and to provide a lasting solution to many physical ailments. Used in conjunction with manual therapy, modalities and other physical therapy procedures, Yoga can be a "natural health fitness" in its various aspects, and may be applied in some or all of the rehab stages of a patient.  In addition, the feeling of well-being and other mental benefits are welcome "side effects" of this procedure!

 

Neurological physiotherapy is one of the most interesting and exciting advances in Medicine used to treat a variety of Neuro endocrinology and a wide variety of painful conditions. The most common practical applications are for the treatment of conditions like chronic back pain, knee or hip pain, rotator cuff tears, but also for neurological disorders like MigrainesFibromyalgia and painful neuralgias (e.g. Trigeminal), & diabetic neuropathyNeurological physiotherapy is a fascinating new medical idea because it is safe and less invasive, and it produces immediate results in treating chronic joint pain. The complete healing of the inflamed nerve and joint may take several weeks and several more treatment sessions.

 

Managing a newly diagnosed disease or trying to create healthy habits can be a struggle. Restorative Nutrition offers a fresh approach to help us regarding   manage our diethealthy lifestyle, and nutritional values so we can live a healthy, active life. Regardless if the people are newly diagnosed or struggle for several years to manage our health.

 

Traditional medicine (TM) has a long history of experience and proven successful treatment for chronic diseases and has also played an important role in the provision of health care. Patients with chronic diseases are happy to accept Traditional Medicine and physicians are willing to use Traditional Medicine to relieve patients suffering from chronic illnesses. Traditional Medicine products are an essential part of medications that have a predominant role in the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases. Traditional Medicine is considered to have a better safety profile compared to pharmaceutical chemicals, but inappropriate applications of Traditional Medicine also makes the safety issues a hot discussed subject. As a medical system, Traditional Medicine should be able to provide worldwide contribution for the patients who are suffering from chronic diseases. The application of Traditional Medicine pattern classification in diagnosis with corresponding prescribed treatment using herbal formulae in the relief of chronic diseases can be linked with modern biomedical parameters (biomarkers) as treatment outcomes. 

 

This session takes a comprehensive look at women’s chronic health issues from autoimmune disease to anxiety and depression through the lens of our connection to multiple levels of ecosystems from the external environment to food to our own micro biome. They have great influence on stress, disease pathology uniquely on women’s hormonal milieudigestive functionspsychoemotionalobesity and Diabetes well-being. A functional medicine approach will guide us through the use of tests, nutritional supplements, condition specific probiotics, botanicals, and mind-body medicine in several case histories which will be used to illustrate and enliven the talk.

 

Early colonization of the infant gastrointestinal tract is not only vital for childhood health but for our entire lives with its involvement in the development of our immune and inflammatory systems. We will review factors involved with development of the micro biota starting prenatally and how this affects future health including digestion, allergies, obesity and autoimmunity. This presentation will provide an understanding of this key imbalance to provide the knowledge necessary to treat gastrointestinal infections by restorative therapies.

 

Restorative surgery is, in its broadest sense, the use of surgery to restore the form and function of the body maxilla -facial surgeons, plastic surgeonsoral surgeons and otolaryngologists do reconstructive surgery on faces after trauma and to reconstruct the head and neck after cancer. HymenorrhaphyTissue Repair and Regeneration, Autonomic Plasticity are some types of plastic surgeries. Restorative plastic surgeons use the concept of a reconstructive ladder to manage increasingly complex wounds. This ranges from very simple techniques. Biomaterials are, in their simplest form, plastic implants used to correct or replace damaged body parts.

 

Endocrine disorders are diseases related to the endocrine glands of the body. The endocrine system produces hormones, which are chemical signals sent out, or secreted, through the bloodstream. Hormones help the body regulate processes, such as appetite, breathing, growth, fluid balance, feminization and virilization, and weight control. Hormone therapy or hormonal therapy is the use of hormones in medical treatment. Treatment with hormone antagonists may also referred to as hormonal therapy or antihormone therapy. The most general classes of hormone therapy are oncologic hormone therapy and hormone replacement therapy, of which there are various kinds. Availability of hormonal replacement offers new treatment modalities, an understanding of their mechanism of action and pharmacologic characteristics is crucial to maximize their effectiveness while minimizing possible untoward effects. In this session we are going to discuss more about types, causes, testings of endocrine disorders and how the hormonal therapy is suitable to treat the endocrinal disorders to restore the health.

By challenging the traditional wisdom of other pain management therapies, there are significant reductions in pain and a greater quality of life for the people those who have been struggling to find relief elsewhere. Restorative Medicine and Orthopedics combination is most suggestible for the people in the filed sports, athletics, army etc. In this topic the discussion is about how restorative medicine is going to use for the orthopedic problems in most effective manner by orthopedic rehabilitation methods.

 

With increases in the number of cancer survivors, many persons now experience cancer as a chronic disease followed by adaptation to a new reality of what is normal in their lives. In response, cancer survivorship researchers have begun attending to the multidimensional needs of survivors, including the need to promote optimal Psychological balance and health. Now in this topic we have an ongoing discussion about the regenerative medicine for the treatment of cancer and chronic diseases that are faced by most people to ensure healthy aging, its applications, and preventive restorative techniques.

 

Increased life expectancy is causing an explosion of the aging population that will continue now and in the foreseeable future. Improved quality of life at old age will demand tooth replantation and consequently the need for restorative care. Retaining teeth disease free and maintaining them amidst multitude of risk factors associated with old age, is a multi- faceted challenge. This review article discusses the etiology of various dental diseases seen in older dentate population and their management keeping in mind the special needs of these matured people, so as to render a professional service that is sensitive and caring.

 

The human body’s ability to adapt, protect, and heal itself is incredible. Restorative Medicine is one kind that helps us to restore our health by natural medicines. There are many pharmaceutical companies working on the restorative medicine. Many of the companies are working by using natural products and that convert into capsules. While the achievements of modern medicine are vast, the system is flawed.  Practitioners continue to focus on suppressing symptoms versus addressing causes, leaving many patients vulnerable to repeated and/or chronic illness, with little hope of lasting recovery.  

 

The number of studies suggest that acupuncture may help ease types of pain that are often chronic such as low-back pain, neck pain, and osteoarthritis/knee pain. It also may help reduce the frequency of tension headaches and prevent migraine headaches. Therefore, acupuncture appears to be a reasonable option for people with chronic pain to consider. However, clinical practice guidelines are inconsistent in recommendations about acupuncture.

Ayurvedic medicine uses a variety of products and practices. Some of these products—which may contain herbs, minerals, or metals—may be harmful, particularly if used improperly or without the direction of a trained practitioner. For example, some herbs can cause side effects or interact with conventional medicines. Also, ingesting some metals, such as lead, can be poisonous. Ayurvedic medicine, including herbal products, for specific conditions. However, there aren’t enough well-controlled clinical trials and systematic research reviews—the gold standard for Western medical research—to prove that the approaches are beneficial.

Ayurvedic medicine uses a variety of products and practices. Some of these products—which may contain herbs, minerals, or metals—may be harmful, particularly if used improperly or without the direction of a trained practitioner. For example, some herbs can cause side effects or interact with conventional medicines. Also, ingesting some metals, such as lead, can be poisonous. Ayurvedic medicine, including herbal products, for specific conditions. However, there aren’t enough well-controlled clinical trials and systematic research reviews—the gold standard for Western medical research—to prove that the approaches are beneficial.

 

There are many different "types" of herbal medicine that spring from different cultures around the world. All these have the use of medicinal plants in common, but they vary in the plants they use, the way they prepare and use medicines from these plants, and the philosophy of their treatment approaches in Different cultures.

 

  • Track 17-1Modern herbal medicine
  • Track 17-2Phytotherapy
  • Track 17-3Herbal philosophy and spiritual practices

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) originated in ancient China and has evolved over thousands of years. TCM practitioners use herbal medicines and various mind and body practices, such as acupuncture and tai chi, to treat or prevent health problems.

 

Naturopathy—also called naturopathic medicine—is a medical system that has evolved from a combination of traditional practices and health care.

  • Dietary and lifestyle changes
  • Stress reduction
  • Herbs and other dietary supplements
  • Homeopathy
  • Manipulative therapies
  • Exercise therapy
  • Practitioner-guided detoxification
  • Psychotherapy and counseling.