Anthroposophic medicine and antimicrobial resistance (AMR)

Rising antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a major global health problem - Studies show the significant potential from anthroposophic and other integrative medicine approaches to safely reduce antimicrobial use. Find  IVAAs statement  here.

Have as well a look at the presentation prepared for the CAM Interest Group, European Parliament, Bruxelles 1April 2014 

In November 2015, on occasion of the "Antibiotics Awareness Day", the IVAA together with EUROCAM published the position paper

 The role of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) in reducing the problem of antimicrobial resistance


 Vidar rehab, 50 km southeast from Stockholm, is a rehabilitation clinic . The clinic offers somatic care and rehabilitation, specially to patients with stress-related conditions, long-term comprehensive pain, chronic diseases, and cancer in all stages, including palliative care. Licensed doctors and nurses are trained in both conventional and anthroposophic medicine. Conventional medicine is complemented with anthroposophic medicine, art- and physical therapies and anthroposophic nursing. 

last update 18.6.©IVAA 2016