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Re: therapy debate gets 'raucous' badhaircut

Posted by Dinah on August 11, 2004, at 10:23:04

In reply to therapy debate gets 'raucous', posted by badhaircut on August 11, 2004, at 10:05:32

Scary for me, since it affects deductibility and the ability for me to afford therapy. If those manual based therapies (that have never been more than somewhat effective for me) become the sole method of deductible therapy, I'll probably kill myself.

It's also scary because it's so short term oriented... If you can't help someone in eight weeks? Even the manual writers exclude all but the most straightforward of cases. Perhaps that will be the salvation of the rest of us. If you read the exclusion data for the majority of the studies, and we wouldn't be allowed to participate in the study, surely they won't force the results of the same study to guide our treatment.




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