Hydrotherapy In Naturopathic Medicine: In Their Own Words

Hydrotherapy In Naturopathic Medicine: In Their Own Words


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The use of water for healing and health is the very foundation of Naturopathy. Hydrotherapy in Naturopathic Medicine, the tenth book in the twelvevolume Hevert Collection, gathers together the extraordinary water therapies celebrated in Benedict Lust’s publications from 1897 to 1923. Inclusive of the pioneering, powerful work of Vincent Priessnitz and Sebastian Kneipp—who championed Hydrotherapy as instrumental in alleviating suffering using simple water applications—this collection offers best practices for rediscovery. Medical doctors in the eras of Priessnitz and Kneipp flocked to preceptor with them, wishing to ferret out clinical secrets that had led to celebrated, remarkable cures. They discovered that the principle at the center of Hydrotherapy is reverence for the power of Nature in healing and wellness. This volume presents the crème de la crème of early naturopathic literature chronicling the power and persistence of Hydrotherapy in our armamentarium.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781945785122
Publisher: NUNM Press
Publication date: 02/13/2018
Pages: 512
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.14(d)

About the Author

Sussanna Czeranko, ND, BBE, is a 1994 graduate of CCNM (Toronto).
She is a licensed ND in Oregon. In the last twenty-two years, she has developed an extensive armamentarium of traditional naturopathic therapies for her patients. Especially interested in balneotherapy, botanical medicine, breathing and nutrition, she is a frequent international presenter and workshop leader.
She is a monthly Contributing Editor (Nature Cure-Past Pearls) for NDNR and a Contributing Writer for the Foundations of Naturopathic Medicine Project.
Dr. Czeranko founded The Breathing Academy and, along with Dr. Karis Tressel,
The Nature-Cure Academy, both of which provide training and practicums for
Naturopathic doctors-the former in the scientific model of Buteyko breathing therapy, and the latter in traditional Naturopathic modalities. Dr. Czeranko also founded Manitou Waters Clinic, Spa and Health Education Centre in
Saskatchewan, Canada, on the shores of a pristine, highly mineralized northern lake.

Table of Contents

1897 Water Applications•Sebastian Kneipp

Snow Walking•S. Kniepp

Father Kneipp’s Successors•Benedict Lust

Wet Sheets• S. Kneipp

1898 Ice And Bleeding•S. Kneipp

Foot Baths•S. Kneipp

The Warm Full Bath• S. Kneipp

Kneipp Cure Institutes In America•A. N. Tally, M.D.

1899 Mountain Air Resort “Bellevue” Butler, New Jersey• Louisa Stroebele

1900 The Kneipp Gushes Or Pours•B. Lust

Hydropathic Medical Advisor• Ludwig Staden, Naturarzt

The Spanish Mantle, Half Bath And Foot Vapor Bath•B. Lust

Natural Healing In America, Part I•B. Lust

Kneipp As Author•B. Lust

Natural Healing In America, Part II•B. Lust

Letter To The Editor•Richard Metcalfe

Professor Reinhold Praises The Cold Water Cure•August F. Reinhold

1901 Naturopathic Advisor•Ludwig Staden, Naturarzt

The Kneipp Cure• Friedrich E. Bilz

Vincent Priessnitz• Richard Metcalfe

Fomentations• B. Lust

Baths And The Water Cure•B. Lust

Bad Health•Friedrich E. Bilz

The Natural Bath•Adolf Just

1902 In Memoriam Elise Amend

The Neck Bandage•B. Lust

1903 Drinking Cold Water•Dr. Alfred Baumgarten

Water Applications•Dr. Alfred Baumgarten 205

On The Different Effects Of Cold Water•Dr. Alfred Baumgarten

Hydropathy, Hydrotherapy And Water Cure•B. Lust

Means Of Hardening For Children And Adults• B. Lust

1904 Health Incarnate•B. Lust

The Knee Douche•Dr. Alfred Baumgarten

Father Kneipp And His Methods•B. Lust

1905 Does Hydrotherapy Require Reform•B. Lust

The Compresses•T. Hartmann

1906 The Effect Of Kneipp’s Treatment On Diseases•B. Lust

1907 The Importance Of Ablutions In Natural Healing•B. Lust

1908 1907 Visit To Germany•B. Lust

How Should Kneipp’s Treatment Be Taken?•Dr. Bauergmund.

1909 Is Kneipp’s Hydrotherapeutic Treatment Unscientific?• Dr. L. Winternitz .

Hydrotherapy•C. E. Judd .

Kneipp’s Cold Water Douches• S. Kneipp

1910 The Treatment Of Acute Diseases•B. Lust

The Water Cure In Gay Paris•Robert Biéri, N.D.

1911 Systematic Bathing, A Preservative Of Health• J. Luepke, M.D.

Water Cure, Water Applications• Louisa Lust.

Vinegar•M. Habel

1912 An Unknown, Inexpensive And Yet Effective Sweat Bath• F. J. Buttgenbach

1913 The Priessnitz Or Abdominal Bandage• B. Lust, N.D.

Wet Socks• B. Lust, N.D.

1914 Hydrotherapy Or Water Cure•Dr. Carl Shultz

1915 Sitz Baths•Dr. Carl Strueh

Magnesia Sulphate Or Epsom Salts Bath• B. Lust, N.D.

1916 Sitz Baths• Joseph A. Hoegen, N.D.

The Nauheim Bath•Simon Baruch, M.D.

1917 Hydrotherapy•Joseph A. Hoegen, N.D.

My Remedial Agents• Louis Kuhne

1918 Priessnitz, Introducer Of Hydrotherapy•B. Lust

1919 Nature’s Cure For Disease•Dr. Lorne A. Summers

1920 Nature’s Cure For Disease•Dr. Lorne A. Summers

1921 The Development Of Hydrotherapy Since Priessnitz•Robert Biéri, N.D.

Naturopathy In Practice•William Freeman Havard, N.D.

plus articles through 1923

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