Complementary Medicine (also known as “alternative medicine”, “holistic medicine”, or “traditional medicine”) is popularly defined as anything that does not fall into the category of Western “conventional” medicine (“Take these pills and call me in the morning”). This area covers a wide range of medicinal therapies from acupuncture to Zulu Sangoma rituals that don’t necessarily have medical research to back them up, and yet people have found healing.These therapies and treatments, both ancient and new, won’t necessarily be covered on your insurance plan. The list includes naturopathy, chiropractic medicine, herbalism, traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurveda, biofeedback, hypnosis, homeopathy, acupuncture, reflexology, and nutritional-based therapies, and then some. Here you have a collection of educational articles, current, local classes/workshops available, as well as a list of local, professional holistic practitioners.
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Basil Butcher: Integrative Movement Coach
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