Complementary therapists use a range of complementary and alternative therapies to work simultaneously with the clients` body, mind, and spirit in a holistic approach. They offer practices and services for holistic wellbeing, health maintenance, health education, health promotion and prevention of illness, along with the sustainable treatment of certain illnesses, especially chronic illnesses. Their practices include but are not limited to acupuncture, aromatherapy, banotherapy, homeopathy, and herbal medicine.
Includes people performing Acupuncture, Alexander Technique, Aromatherapy, Art therapy, Autogenic training, Ayurveda, Bach Flower Remedies, Balneotherapy, Bioresonance, Bowen therapy Buyteko, Chi Gung, Craniosacral therapy, Cupping, Feldenkreis, Herbalism, Homeopathy, Hydrotherapy, Hypnotherapy, Iridology, Kinesiology, Macrobiotics, Massage, Music Therapy, Naturopathy, Nerro linguistic programming, Osteopathy, Phythotherapy, Pliates, Plarity therapy, Reflexology, Reiki, Rolfing, Sports massage, Shiatsu, T'ai Chi, Tibetan Medicine, TCM, Yoga. Includes doctors of medicine or other healthcare professionals (e.g. physiotherapist) who perform complementary therapy.
complementary therapy practitioner
complementary medicine practitioner
traditional practitioner of natural health
alternative medicine therapist
alternative medicine practitioner
sustainable health practitioner
natural medicine therapist
practitioner in complementary medicine
natural health practitioner
therapist in complementary medicine
practitioner in complementary therapy
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