Europeans want non-conventional medical therapies integrated into mainstream medicine, according to Stephen Gordon of European Council for Classical Homeopathy.

Across Europe a significant and growing proportion of the public, and increasing numbers of health care professionals, are actively choosing to integrate various forms of traditional, alternative, complementary or non-conventional medicine into their health care provision and practice. Interventions such as acupuncture, homeopathy, phytotherapy, osteopathy, chiropractic, shiatsu, reflexology, anthroposophical medicine, ayurvedic medicine, and traditional Chinese medicine are being chosen by increasingly well-informed patients and health care professionals as either alternative or complementary approaches to the mainly technological and pharmaceutical based interventions of mainstream medicine.  Click here to read the full article.