Assessing complementary therapy services in a hospice program

American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Care (September 2002), 19 (5), pg. 306-314 

Craig Demmer; Janice SauerIncreasing numbers of people have been supplementing their health care needs with complementary therapies. Complementary therapies have been used to promote health and treat patients with a variety of ailments. Types of complementary therapies used with terminally ill patients have included massage, therapeutic touch, Reiki, art and ... 

alternative medicine | aromatherapy | art therapy | complementary therapies | end-of-life care | hospice | hypnotherapy | massage | music therapy | quality of life | reflexology | Reiki | therapeutic touch