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Indicating a need to learn more about alternative therapies, a new study shows that acupuncture performed both with and without needles helps ease back pain.
Fitness options are becoming increasingly relevant in the spa environment, and a growing trend involving vibrating exercise platforms may helps clients see better results.
Increasing the potential for alternative therapies, acupuncture has been shown to help cancer patients experiencing severe dry mouth issues.
Acupressure wristbands have been found to reduce nausea in cancer patients, helping bring to light the effectiveness of alternative treatments.
Documenting a major opportunity for the development of alternative therapies, a new study shows many practicing clinicians aren't aware of the federal government's support of these types of treatments.
ISPA backs up the large role spas play in stress reduction.
A great alternative to antibiotics is traditional Chinese medicine.
Spa clients who suffer from psoriasis can now get help from a more technological source—the Internet.
Harnessing the power of happiness, personal strength and mindfulness can help your team and your clients thrive.
Certain traditional Chinese medicine, including tea and acupuncture, may safely and effectively help treat chronic eczema, a new report finds.