Giving patients an alternative
Not so long ago, if your back hurt, you had two choices: See your physician, or take the alternative route and visit a chiropractor. If you were having digestive problems, you could visit your doctor, who would write a prescription, or you could take the holistic route and visit an herbalist, who would give you a natural remedy.
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