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CAM Regulation

Bulgaria

1. January 2013
Summary of the country's general legislation of CAM.
CAM Regulation

Osteopathy in Bulgaria

31. December 2012

The use of non-conventional physical methods is regulated under the health law article 166.1.3. and art 167 (58). We understand that osteopathy may be covered by this regulation.

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Naturopathy in Bulgaria

31. December 2012

No specific regulation has been found on naturopathy in Bulgaria.

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Naprapathy in Bulgaria

31. December 2012

No specific regulation has been found on naprapathy in Bulgaria.

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Massage in Bulgaria

31. December 2012

Massage is a regulated profession in Bulgaria. The use of non-conventional physical methods is regulated under the health law article 166.1.3. and art 167 (58).

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Homeopathy in Bulgaria

31. December 2012

The Health Law from 1 January 2005 includes homeopathy in chapter six, articles 166-173 (28).

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Herbal medicine/Phytotherapy in Bulgaria

31. December 2012

The use of non-pharmaceutical products of organic and mineral origin is regulated under the health law article 166.1.1 and 2. and art 167 (58).

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Chiropractic in Bulgaria

31. December 2012

The use of non-conventional physical methods is regulated under the health law article 166.1.3. and article 167 (58). We understand that chiropractic may be covered by this regulation.

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Ayurveda in Bulgaria

31. December 2012

No specific regulation has been found on ayurvedic medicine in Bulgaria.

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Acupuncture in Bulgaria

31. December 2012

Acupuncture and acupressure are regulated under the health law article 166.1.5. and article 167 (58). Providers can practise if they are holders of:

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