Alternative Health Clinic
"Where Health Matters and Wellness Works
Dr. Josephine P. Briggs, Director of NIH, NCCAM, noted the following in a public message. " The most common health problems for which people turn to complementary and alternative approaches is chronic pain. Evidence is showing, based on carefully controlled studies, that there is a promise in certain complementary and alternative treatments as adjuncts to conventional pain management. For example, osteoarthritis may be relieved by acupuncture, tai chi has been found to be helpful in reducing pain in fibromyalgia, and massage and manipulative therapies can contribute to the relief of chronic back pain..
" There is sufficient evidence of Acupuncture's value to expand it's use into conventional medicine." - National Institute of Health, 1997, Concensus on
" Listen to your body, it has a plan for your medical future "
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