Overcoming Client Pain

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    Question #1
    Which of these statements about health are true?

    A: “The state of complete physical, mental and social well-being is not merely the absence of disease or infirmity” (WHO 1946)B: According to the naturopathic world view, most causes of ill health are preventableC: There are just under three million sufferers of Arthritis in Australia (2020)D: All of the aboveE: Only A & B

    Question #2
    The Greek derived suffix “itis” in pathological terms always denotes inflammation.

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #3
    Arthritis cost our health system $5.5 billion dollars in 2015. It is estimated that by the year 2030, that cost will rise to $7.6 billion.

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #4
    52,000 Australians between the ages of 15 and 54 are unable to work due to arthritis.

    A: FalseB: True

    Question #5
    According to David’s long-term clinical experience most arthritis pain is caused by poor food choices.

    A: FalseB: True

    Question #6
    Can Naturopath’s treat arthritis?

    A: YesB: Yes, provided we make no claim to cureC: No, but we treat the cause

    Question #7
    According to David, which of the following help us treat clients with arthritic pain?

    A: Write articles and do talks on how to relieve painB: Have a trusted analytical methodC: Keep it simpleD: Use proven treatmentsE: Create a support networkF: A, B & DG: All these

    Question #8
    David suggests a Stress Evaluation Questionnaire is essential to indicate possible sources of pain.

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #9
    Vitamin deficiencies in people in pain include the B group, particularly B1, B2, B3, B6 and B12..

    A: TrueB: False

    Question #10
    David discussed ways some clients with arthritis may find benefit:

    A: Joining arthritis groups on social mediaB: Talking about managing painC: Reinforcing that you can help relieve and release their painD: All of the aboveE: A & BF: None of the above

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