April 25, 2002
By Drs. Glueck and Cihak
© 2002 Griffin Internet Syndicate
What constitutes "non-conventional" medical treatment these days? That depends on whom you ask.
An internist may say acupuncture, though an orthopedist routinely "needles" his patients. Allergists regularly employ nutritional therapies, treatments that are far off the neurosurgeon's radar screen. Just a few years ago chiropractic medicine raised eyebrows.