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For example: If you think you may have a health condition, first see your GP.
Don't visit a CAM practitioner instead of seeing your GP.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) provides guidance to the NHS on effective treatments that are value for money.
Professional bodies and voluntary registers can help you to do this. Some regulated healthcare professionals – such as GPs – also practise unregulated CAMs.
In these instances, the CAM practice is not regulated by the organisation that regulates the healthcare professional – such as the General Medical Council – but these organisations will investigate complaints that relate to the professional conduct of their member.
Complementary and alternative medicines (CAMs) are treatments that fall outside of mainstream healthcare.
These medicines and treatments range from acupuncture and homeopathy, to aromatherapy, meditation and colonic irrigation.
Once you've found a practitioner, it's a good idea to ask them some questions to help you decide if you want to go ahead with treatment.
Here’s a tip that’s worth repeating: Don’t click on a link in a text message you get on your phone that says you’ve won a terrific prize or a gift card. People who clicked the links in the messages didn’t get the promised prizes. I have recently begun receiving random emails from unknown addresses.
Osteopathy and chiropractic are regulated in the same way as conventional medicine.
If you decide to use a CAM, it's up to you to find a practitioner who will carry out the treatment in a way that is acceptable to you.
The US National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) uses this distinction: There can be overlap between these two categories.
For example, aromatherapy may sometimes be used as a complementary treatment, and in other circumstances is used as an alternative treatment.