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CAM Regulation

Serbia

1. January 2013
General summary about the country's legislation of CAM.
CAM Regulation

Other treatments in Serbia

31. December 2012

The CAM bylaw lists Bioresonance therapy, Macrobiotics and Traditional local medicine as methods of treatment suitable for practise in Serbia (245).

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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in Serbia

31. December 2012

The CAM bylaw lists Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) as a method of treatment suitable for practise in Serbia (245). According to the bylaw, TCM can be practised only by health workers, i.e.

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Osteopathy in Serbia

31. December 2012

No specific regulation has been found on osteopathy.

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Naturopathy in Serbia

31. December 2012

No specific regulation has been found on naturopathy.

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Naprapathy in Serbia

31. December 2012

No specific regulation has been found on naprapathy.

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Massage in Serbia

31. December 2012

No specific regulation has been found on massage.

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Homeopathy in Serbia

31. December 2012

The CAM bylaw lists homeopathy as a method of treatment suitable for practise in Serbia (245).

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Chiropractic in Serbia

31. December 2012

The CAM bylaw lists chiropractic as a method of treatment suitable for practise in Serbia (245).

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Ayurveda in Serbia

31. December 2012

The CAM bylaw lists Ayurvedic medicine as a method of treatment suitable for practise in Serbia (245).

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Anthroposophic medicine in Serbia

31. December 2012

No specific regulation found on anthroposophic medicine. Regulated health workers are allowed to practise CAM after relevant education.

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Acupuncture in Serbia

31. December 2012

The CAM bylaw lists acupuncture as a method of treatment suitable for practise in Serbia (245).

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