Selecting an Alternative Practitioner

Let's say you decide to give an alternative therapy a try. How do you find a competent practitioner? We know which ones you'd rather have work on your horse, so we'll give you some tips for finding the qualified people and avoiding the seat-of-the-pants practitioners. We'll also tell you how to assess your practitioner's technique, and what actions should serve as red flags that he or she might be

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