On July 7th Kate and I had the opportunity to talk to some trainee GPs at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich at one of their regular monthly meetings. They had asked us to talk to them about complementary therapies – just a small topic!
The origins of complementary therapy date back to the 1620’s to ‘ceremonious’ in the sense of forming a complement, but it is a term coined by the Americans for a therapy used alongside orthodox medicine.
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