Martin Ingvar, former professor of neurophysiology, has been appointed Professor of Integrative Medicine at Karolinska Institutet, where he will run the recently opened Osher Centre for Integrative Medicine.
Integrative medicine involves the combination of alternative therapies with western, science-based medicine. To achieve this, alternative therapies are first subjected to formal scientific evaluation. Areas of interest include acupuncture, herbal medicine, naprapathy, chiropractics, meditation and hypnosis. The health impact of lifestyle factors, such as sleep, stress,...
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