Acupunture-osteopathy-herbal therapy, Biology

Alternative Therapies Assignment

1. A. Acupunture, B.  Osteopathy, C.  Herbal therapy

For each one of alternative therapies above, answers the three questions below!

1. The techniques & theory of the therapy (what is it, how is it done)

2. What the effects of the therapy are (what are the expected results)

3. What results/successes have been proven, if any



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