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By Max Gerson
In 1958, in accordance with thirty years of scientific experimentation, Dr. Max Gerson released this scientific monograph. this can be the main whole e-book at the Gerson treatment. Dr. Gerson, who built the Gerson remedy, explains how the remedy reactivates the body's therapeutic mechanisms in continual degenerative illnesses. The e-book accommodates vast clarification of the speculation with clinical learn and the precise perform of the treatment, in addition to a presentation of 50 documented case histories. additionally incorporated is a converted model of the Gerson remedy to be used with nonmalignant illnesses or preventative reasons.
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San Diego: Singular Publishing Group. 50 AOS: Treatment of Severe Forms A Treatment of Severe Apraxia of Speech ● Note that persons with severe AOS: ● ● ● ● • may not have volitional speech at all • may have other kinds of apraxia (often limb and buccofacila) • may be moderately aphasic • may be hemiparetic or hemiplegic Counsel the family members and the patient • give the family a reasonable statement of prognosis • discuss the severity of accompanying aphasia and how it might complicate apraxia treatment • ask the family members and health care workers to speak slowly, use shorter sentences, reduce background noise, talk only when the client is focused, and use Total Communication • teach family members and health care staff to use various prompts (cues) including the use of the Cloze Procedure, suggesting the first letter of the word, the first syllable of a word, paraphrasing what the client may have said for the client to indicate yes or no, and so forth.
Albert, M. L. (1991). A manual of aphasia therapy. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed. Aphonia. Loss of voice; a voice disorder. Apraxia. Disordered volitional movement in the absence of muscle weakness, paralysis, or fatigue; disorder of movement needed to execute learned actions; involuntarily, the same movements may be executed normally; often due to damage to the premotor cortex. Apraxia of Speech (AOS) in Adults. A neurogenic speech disorder with documented neuropathology in the left cerebral hemisphere including such areas as Broca’s and supplementary motor; also known as verbal apraxia; primarily an articulatory (phonologic) disorder characterized by sensorimotor problems in positioning and sequentially moving muscles for the volitional production of speech; associated with prosodic problems; not caused by muscle weakness or neuromuscular slowness; presumed to be a disorder of motor programming for speech; rare as an isolated disorder; typically associated with Broca’s aphasia.
In treating apraxic speech in patients with aphasia, use the following guidelines: ● Make a thorough assessment of apraxia and its severity as treatment procedures vary somewhat, depending on the severity ● Note that clients with aphasia and apraxia do not necessarily have sound discrimination problems ● Auditory discrimination training to improve apraxic symptoms are unnecessary and unproductive ● An early suggestion that persons with aphasia and apraxia are deficient in oral sensation and oral form recognition has not been sustained ● Treatment procedures described under Apraxia of Speech are appropriate for patients who have both aphasia and apraxia of speech Brookshire, R.
A Cancer Therapy: Results of Fifty Cases and the Cure of Advanced Cancer by Diet Therapy by Max Gerson