Complementary and Alternative Therapy
According to recent Centers for Disease Control study, 36 percent of consumers
use some sort of “complimentary and alternative” therapy.
The availability of
complementary health care coverage has become increasingly important to patients
because it offers broader wellness and treatment options.
Patients today are
sophisticated users of health care services. They appreciate that complementary
care providers will approach their treatment in a different way than traditional
providers, and they want the option to make that kind of choice.
especially important for patients who have a history of chronic health
conditions that have not been resolved through traditional medicine or have not
been improved by taking prescription drugs.