Tag - case studies

Medicine’s Dirty Secret: Would you have a faecal transplant?

I first heard about faecal transplant and my initial reaction, probably like everybody else, was of disgust. It completely goes against everything we think of as healthcare and treatment, when the more surgically clean something is the better. This is especially with my already existing disgust with users of public restrooms who don’t wash their hands and then use the same door handle I’m meant to touch in order to escape the environment; or the sneezers and coughers out [...]

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Degrees of interest in complementary therapy

Rosemary Pharo approaches the controversial subject of training, and while this article was published in HTM print in issue 6, it is something that is as relevant now as it was then, and so worth a read… Remember if you would like to get your hands on any HTM back issues – just CLICK HERE. How do you create excellent complementary health practitioners? Are you worried about the kind of pressures that may be exerted on practitioners in the future [...]

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