- A review of the literature in applied and specialised kinesiologySue Hall
Complementary Medicine Research Unit, School of Medicine, University of Southampton, UK
Forsch Komplementmed 15:40-6. 2008..Anecdotal evidence suggests kinesiology is helpful, therefore we wished to critically review the literature...
- The meaning of evidence: can practitioners be researchers?George Lewith
Complementary and Integrated Medicine Research Unit, Primary Medical Care, Aldermoor Health Centre, University of Southampton, UK
Forsch Komplementmed 16:343-7. 2009..Our principle aim in writing this essay is to offer our practical experience and insight as issues for thoughtful debate for those clinicians and academics involved in clinical research in controversial areas such as CAM...
- An exploratory pilot study to design and assess the credibility of a sham kinesiology treatmentSue Hall
Complementary Medicine Research Unit, School of Medicine, University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Forsch Komplementmed 15:321-6. 2008..We report the exploratory 2-stage development and pilot of a sham kinesiology treatment for use in a clinical trial to evaluate the specific effects of this intervention...
- The context and meaning of placebos for complementary medicineGeorge Lewith
Primary Medical Care, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK
Forsch Komplementmed 16:404-12. 2009..However, our conclusions suggest that we are some way from developing valid, credible and reliable placebos for most CAM therapies...