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Compare the role of two complementary therapies with those of more orthodox treatments M2

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Unit 23 ? M2 Compare the role of two complementary therapies with those of more orthodox treatments ? M2 There are many different complementary therapies which can be used to treat an individual who has to undergo a lot of different orthodox treatments. For example, people who may suffer from lung cancer would have to undergo different treatments such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy. However, people who have stroke would have to have different orthodox treatments with different complementary therapies which would benefit them. Individuals who may suffer from lung cancer may be asked to undergo therapies such as acupuncture, aromatherapy, reflexology and reiki. ...read more.

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can indicate that the orthodox treatment that the individual may undergo may not be as useful for them as the therapy as the therapist may be aware of why the individual can be ill due to the blocked pathways. However, relating this to cancer, the orthodox treatment can still be beneficial for the individual due to the radiotherapy killing the cancer cells. Although, the complementary therapy may not be as useful for the individual, it could still make them feel at ease once the energy is being resorted and is balance. The complementary therapies could support the individual as they would make the individual feel relaxed after the orthodox treatments they have had. ...read more.

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Another therapy such as the aromatherapy would also support the orthodox treatment as it could make the individual feel at ease as the therapy would help to heal the pain that the individual is experiencing from the different orthodox treatments. These therapies would not only support people who have cancer but would be able to treat people who may experience different signs and symptoms and can make people feel at ease after a stressful day. Aromatherapy would have the role to use different oils which will help a person heal. However, due to using oils people may prefer having reflexology as they might be allergic from the oil. This can cause contra-indications in the individual?s treatment. ...read more.

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