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Asthma is a common disorder treated in all primary care settings. There are a number of integrative therapies that can augment conventional medications and help to improve quality of life in asthma sufferers. This module will review the most common integrative treatment strategies for asthma. 

(Adrian Wallett, Tobacco Lungs, flickrCC: BY-NC-ND 2.0.)

This module is also for U-M Department of Family Medicine Residents on the Peds ER rotation.

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Note: This module was originally developed by U-M Department of Family Medicine integrative medicine fellow, Andrew H. Heyman, M.D., M.P.H., in 2010. It is maintained by faculty member, Amy B. Locke, M.D. Last updated: May 2013.

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