alternative medicine

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the practice of medicine without the use of drugs

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me The complementary therapy clinic is located in the Crispin Lane building adjacent to Techniquest Glyndwr.
To be able to use complementary therapy to ease these symptoms will have a huge impact on their lives.
83% of people in the North of England have faith in at least 1 complementary therapy, compared to 76% of people in the South
So if you do go ahead and try a complementary therapy, it's important to be prepared to acknowledge that success isn't guaranteed.
The BSc (Hons) Complementary Therapy (Pilates and Therapeutic Massage) degree will begin in October.
The results, published in The Times Body & Soul tomorrow (January 10), reveal that over a quarter of people would go to their complementary therapist for some complaints before going to see their GP and that three quarters believe that complementary therapy should be made available on the NHS.
Also, being aware of complementary therapy use is very important in understanding all of the processes involved in sickness and healing for patients.
However we have recently moved into new and much larger premises, which has enabled the team to expand the existing complementary therapy service and develop the Top2Toe service.
But how do we know whether a complementary therapy actually works and can help a particular medical condition?
Cllr George Duggins, cabinet member for education services, said: "This is a unique opportunity for people to benefit from free complementary therapy.
The study, entitled "Say NO to Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: An Alternative and Complementary Therapy to Aerobic Exercise," used the company's flagship product, the AT-101.
Money raised is spent on providing the complementary therapy services to promote wellbeing and quality of life for patients and carers.
Recent surveys have suggested that around one in five people in the UK has tried at least one form of complementary therapy and that one in 10 GPs is actively involved in complementary and alternative medicine.
The Company's second product candidate, MC-4232, is being targeted as a complementary therapy in hypertension, initially in diabetic hypertensive patients.
The fund provides complementary therapy treatments for patients with cancer and patients needing medical day case treatment.
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