Effective Communication in the Workplace Essay

1587 Words Feb 7th, 2016 7 Pages
I. Attention-Grabbing introduction: “LEECHES!!!” take a look at these pictures on the board and tell me what you think? …..Pretty crazy huh? Does anyone remember the film “Stand by Me” by chance….? There is a scene in this movie where 4 boys are running and decide to jump in a stream…as they walk out they notice these slimy slug like creatures all over their arms, backs, legs other private parts. As they start flinging these blood sucking creatures from their bodies and other areas that we won’t discuss.. Is one of many justified beliefs that these nasty segmented slimy, wormlike things sole purpose on this earth is to make you recoil in disgust simply from the sight of them…But wait! What if I told you that this same creature held …show more content…
Dr Ho says leeches were used as part of the effort to restore blood flow to the hand, and he is hopeful that Mr Orgias will regain function in it.

3) Therapy- According to Dr. Francis S. Collins, Presidential appointed Director to the National Institute of Health in Bethesda Maryland. “Leeches are among some of the ugliest but most unexpected creatures to have ever been introduced into the medical community at the NIH compound”, but even so they are continuously showing promise and exceeding many expectations.” We are currently using assessing leech therapy for knee osteoarthritis Leech therapy can reduce symptoms caused by osteoarthritis. Repeated use of the leeches appears to improve the long-term results. We have not determined whether the positive outcome of the leech therapy is caused by active substances released during the leeching, the placebo effect, or the high expectations placed on this unusual treatment form

B. Sub-point B. Therapy
Leech therapy has been used and is still in use for many diseases of the body. They are used to treat arthritis and other inflammatory processes. It is perfect for those with vascular (arterial and venous diseases), heart (ischemic diseases and hypertension). The GI or gastrointestinal tract can also

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