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Alternative Therapies
Integrating complementary medicine into general practice
  1. John Hoare

    John Hoare began training in veterinary homoeopathy in 1988, having himself been successfully treated by homoeopathy. He now concentrates on homoeopath ic practice, providing a range of therapies which complement the general practice treatments. He is additionally an International Association of Veterinary Homoeopathy recognised teacher, teaching courses accredited by the Faculty of Homoeopathy.


THE demand for complementary veterinary therapies is on the increase, but how best can these be integrated into general practice? Here, John Hoare considers the costs and implications of introducing some of the more common complementary therapies into day-to-day practice.

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