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Many members of the public give up their time to undertake fundraising activities for the benefit of others. Indeed many charities are heavily reliant on the generous work of their fundraisers in order to carry out their charitable activities. 1,268 more words
What is cranial osteopathy?
Cranial osteopathy is based on a theory proposed in the 1930s by William Sutherland who believed that the bones in the skull move in a “cranial rhythm”. 663 more words
UK Health Centre: Misleading information about osteopathy, chiropractic, homeopathy and acupuncture all on one site
UK osteopaths and chiropractors often claim that their treatments are “very safe”. However, there is a paucity of evidence to back up these claims and any practitioner who claims this is therefore misleading patients and the general public. 802 more words