What alternative health

practitioners might not tell you

 

ebm-first.com

 

 

 

Ask for evidence

 

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Keep Libel out of Science

 

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"Despite the dearth of evidence for the efficacy of CST (craniosacral therapy), CS therapists continue to promote its use for people of all ages and babies in particular. This is disingenuous. Patients are being taken for a ride by people who, while being scornful of scientific medicine, seduce patients into believing they need to have sessions of a worthless therapy for their wellbeing……It is time that health professionals, and the public, took a long, hard look at CST and exposed it for what it really is — medieval mysticism dressed up in quasi-scientific garb." Views of Brid Hehir, a Camden NHS Primary Care Trust user involvement manager. Spiked Online (12th February 2002)