Epilepsy: A Case Study Comparing Western and Traditional Chinese Treatment Procedures

Hila Ravid, Shai Ravid and Reuven Ravid

Epilepsy is the world’s most common neurological disease1. Western medicine treats epilepsy primarily with medication and, infrequently, surgery. Traditional Chinese medicine uses a combination of acupuncture and herbal formulas. A case study describes the successful treatment of a 24-year-old woman by traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).

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AuthorHila Ravid, Shai Ravid and Reuven Ravid

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