There are so many different types of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) providers. How do I know if I am selecting the correct one for my needs?
A. First, it is important that you visit your primary care physician (PCP) for a diagnosis of your condition. Talk with your PCP about all the different options that you have. Also, ask your PCP whether he or she will help you coordinate your CAM care with your conventional medical care. After you have discussed your condition and options with your PCP, you can begin looking for a CAM provider. Before deciding on a specialist, interview a few different candidates. During the interviews, ask each candidate about their credentials and any certifications they hold. Remember to discuss any concerns and questions you have about CAM with the provider you choose.
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