Allopathic is a method of medical treatment that employs the use of agents that produce effects different from the disease being treated. The physicians listed in this directory use a combination of prescribed medications as well as various holistic or natural therapies to support the healing process of the patients.
literally, "different suffering"; refers to medicine which focuses on drugs to actively kill cells or smother symptoms. Allopathic medicine also focuses on surgery to cut portions of the body in an attempt to heal dysfunction and disease
Use of nonhomeopathic remedies : the treatment of a disease by using remedies whose effects differ from those produced by that disease. This is the principle of mainstream medical practice, as opposed to that of homeopathy.
To treat a disease allopathically is to treat with substances that produce an effect different from those produced by the disease itself. Compare with Homeopathic. find all NHC pages containing: allopathic/allopathy
Health beliefs and practices that are derived from current scientific models and involve the use of technology and other modalities of present-day healthcare, such as immunization, proper nutrition, and resuscitation.