Chronobiological aspects of physical therapy and cure treatment by Yuko Agishi

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Published by Hokkaido University School of Medicine in Sapporo,Japan .

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Statementby Yuko Agishi and Gu nther Hildebrandt.
SeriesHokkaido University Medical Library series -- 22
ContributionsHildebrandt, Gu nther.
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Open LibraryOL13912558M

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Because performing arts physical therapy crosses so many specialty areas, there is currently no single post-professional credentialing exam or educational experience that would adequately prepare.‘Light therapy’ is established worldwide as the treatment of choice for seasonal affective disorder.

It is also successfuly used in nonseasonal depression, as well as for many other psychiatric and neurologic illnesses, and in sleep medicine. ‘Wake therapy’ is the fastest antidepressant known.

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