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Posted May 9 2010 1:01AM

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ARE THERAPIES ACCEPTED OR IS THEIR STILL OPPOSITION FROM THE MEDICAL PROFESSION
Francesca Crocetta
May 18 2010 11:06PM
Fortunately, there are many members of the medical profession who acknowledge the value of various therapies, it is the NHS and private medical insures who do not accept our valuable imput.
Amanda Clegg
Jun 6 2010 9:19AM
Well, there is some slow movement in the right direction: acupuncture for pain relief is available on the
NHS and many GPs and physios are now trained to administer it, and I did hear that one west-country practice has chiropractic available. I think the public need to keep asking their GPs about accessibilty and help with funding - eg massage therapy for stress or post-physio as then we can create demand which may then be met.

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