3 edition of Hydropathy; or, The water-cure found in the catalog.
Hydropathy; or, The water-cure
|Statement||by Joel Shew.|
|Contributions||Priessnitz, Vincenz, 1790-1851.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 360 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||360|
The Water-cure journal, and herald of reforms, devoted to physiology, hydropathy and the laws of life. Head Bath.—From time immemorial, coolingapplications to the head have been much dependedupon in that violent and dangerous disease, in-FiG. 9. The former 'water cure' treatment centre in Malvern that Florence Nightingale stayed in has fallen into disrepair Hydropathy, as it was known, was .
Bonus Combine the Water Cures (drinking water and dissolving unprocessed sea salt in your mouth) for even greater results. What Hydrotherapy Is Formerly called hydropathy, it is a form of medical / physical /sports therapy involving various uses of water. The Hindu‑Yogi System of Practical Water Cure 4 many persons of the Western world the benefits to be derived from this most meritorious system. Water‑Cure is not a new thing to the Western world. Many Western teachers have expounded its merits in a most forcible manner, and thousands of people have applied the method with excellent results.
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Joseph Weiss sold seven thousand copies of his Handbook, even though it dealt with hydropathy on a “scientific basis,” as well as many more copies of a cheaper abstract.
65 Mary Gove Nichols’s A Woman’s Work in Water Cure cost just 1 shilling, and Constantine’s Hydropathy at Home was reviewed as a “handy little book, giving for the Cited by: 8.
Hydropathy or The cold water cure As practised by Vincent Priessnitz at Graefenberg Silesia Austria by R. Claridge and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at. Facts In Hydropathy, Or Water-cure: A Collection Of Cases, With Details Of Treatment From Sir Charles Scudamore, Drs.
Wilson, Gully And Others [Joel Shew, Baron The water-cure book Bulwer Lytton Lytton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages.
James Manby Gully (14 March – ) was a Victorian medical doctor, well known for practising hydrotherapy, or the "water cure".Along with his partner James Wilson, he founded a very successful "hydropathy" (as it was then called) clinic in Malvern, Worcestershire, which had many notable Victorians, including such figures as Charles Darwin and Alfred, Lord Tennyson, as clients.
Excerpt from Hydropathy, or the Cold Water Cure, as Practised by Vincent Priessnitz, at Graefenberg, Silesia, Austria Of Mr. Priessnitz, has consented to come and reside England. This gentleman, who commenced his career with Mr. Priessnitz, and who during the last fifteen years has conducted an Establishment of his own, has written an Reviews: 1.
Get this from a library. Hydropathy, or, The water cure: its principles, modes of The water-cure book, &c.: illustrated with many cases. [Joel Shew]. Hydropathy, therapeutic system that professes to cure all disease with water, either by bathing in it or by drinking gh water therapy is currently used to treat certain ailments, its effectiveness is generally accepted to be limited.
Most authorities agree that many disease and injury conditions are indirectly improved by the relaxing effect of the patient’s immersion in water. Hydropathy: Or, The Water Cure: Its Principles, Modes of Treatment Item Preview. Hydropathy; or, The water cure: its principles, modes of treatment by Shew, Joel, Publication date Topics Hydrotherapy Publisher New York, Wiley & Putnam RAW YALE MEDICAL BOOK ZIP download.
download 1 file. SINGLE PAGE PROCESSED JP2 ZIP download. download 1 file. Hydropathy, or, The water-cure: its principles, processes, and modes of treatment: compiled in part from the most eminent authors, ancient and modern, on the subject, together with an account of the latest methods adopted by Priessnitz, illustrated with numerous cases of cure.
Add tags for "Hydropathy, or, The water-cure: its principles, modes of treatment, &c., illustrated with many cases: compiled chiefly from the most eminent European authors on the subject". Be the first. Joel Shew included in his book, Hydropathy, or the Water-Cure: Its Principles, Processes, and Modes of Treatment, a chapter labeled “Dangers of the Water-Cure Considered,” by Dr James Wilson and James M.
Gully from England. The article attempts to summarize the essential principles and practice of water-cure that prevailed in their day. Bibliography R T Claridge, Hydropathy, or the Cold Water Cure (London: James Madden, ) N Gevitz, ‘Unorthodox medical theories’, in W F Bynum & R Porter (eds), Companion Encyclopedia of the History of Medicine, 1 (London: Routledge, ), pp R McGrew, ‘Irregular medicine (hydropathy)’, Encyclopedia of Medical History (London: Macmillan, ), pp For many women, visiting a water cure was the first, and perhaps only, time their needs were put above those of their husbands and children.
Hydropathy took the radical step of naturalizing women. Wash and Be Healed: The Water-Cure Movement and Women's Health [Susan Cayleff]. In a century characterized by dramatic health-care remedies—bloodletting, purging, and leeching, for example—hydropathy was one of the most celebrated alternative formsAuthor: Susan Cayleff.
"The water cure from a missionary point of view". from the 'Central Christian Advocate,' Kansas, June 4, Kansas. Retrieved 6 December ^ Thomas Hood, ed.
"Review of Hydropathy, or The Cold Water Cure". The Monthly Magazine and Humourist London: Henry Colburn. – ^. hydropathy (hī-drŏp′ə-thē) n.
hydropathies Internal and external use of water as a therapeutic treatment for all forms of disease. hy′dropath′ic (hī′drə-păth′ĭk), hy′dropath′ical adj. hydrop′athist, hy′dropath′ n. hydropathy (haɪˈdrɒpəθɪ) n (Complementary Medicine) a pseudoscientific method.
Wash and Be Healed investigates the theories, practices, medical and social philosophies, institutions, and the most prominent proponents of the water-cure movement and studies them in relation to the diverse reform networks of the nineteenth century. Documenting the popularity and importance of hydropathy among female activists, Cayleff argues.
HYDROPATHY, the name given, from the Greek, to the “water-cure,” or the treatment of disease by water, used outwardly and inwardly. Like many descriptive names, the word “hydropathy” is defective and even misleading, the active agents in the treatment being heat and cold, of which water is little more than the vehicle, and not the only one.
Adherents of hydropathy could participate in the system either through home self-care or under the tutelage of a water-cure physician at a site away from home. To place hydropathy within a larger framework before fully developing these themes, I first examine the significance and appeal of hydropathy as a societal vision within the nineteenth.
Lithographic frontis to Capt. R.T. Claridge "Hydropathy or The Cold Water Cure as practiced by Vincent Priessnitz, at Graefenberg, Silesia, Austria", published by James Madden and Co.
The image shows the hydropathic (later hydrotherapy) practices of Graefenberg. For overviews of the water cure and similar cures in the antebellum United States, see Susan E.
Cayleff, Wash and Be Healed: The Water-Cure Movement and Women’s Health (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, ), figures cited on p.
3; Norman Gevitz, ed.,Other Healers: Unorthodox Medicine in America (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, ); Marshall Scott Legan. A Concise Exposition of the Human Constitution, the Conditions of Health, the Nature and Causes of Disease, the Leading Systems of Medicine and the Principles, Practice, Adaptations, and Results of Hydropathy Or the Water-cure, Showing it to be a Scientific and Comprehensive System for the Preservation and Restoration of Health: Founded in Nature, and Adapted to the Wants of Man.