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Complementary and Integrative Medicine
Complementary medicine and integrative medicine include therapies and healing approaches that might originate from historical and traditional health practice, but historically have not been included in conventional, mainstream Western medicine. However, in modern days, these practices are now being modernized and modified and with the aid of modern technologies, most of them are now evidence-based and scientifically sound.
Complementary medicine refers to non-mainstream practices, including psychological, physical and nutritional intervention, used together with conventional medicine. Integrative medicine is holistic health care that brings all appropriate therapeutic approaches—conventional and non-mainstream— together to care for the whole person.
HKU SPACE offers lots of programmes that fall into these categories, such as the aromatherapy, craniosacral self-therapy, aesthetics medicine and functional medicine.
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