Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is the most commonly used term for treatments provided together with or instead of conventional medicine.
No specific regulation has been found on ayurvedic medicine in Croatia.
Updated map after CAMbrella report (2012)
Latest map update: No changes since December 2012.
No specific regulation has been found on herbal medicine/phytotherapy.
The federal medical Law and Ärztegesetz (Law on Physicians of 1984 (173,174)) states that “only medical professionals are allowed to practise medicine” (28).
Diplomas awarded by the Austrian Medical Board specialise physicians in chiropractic manipulation.
No specific regulation has been found on ayurvedic medicine in Austria.
Diplomas awarded by the Austrian Medical Board specialise physicians in anthroposophic medicine.
Acupuncture is legally recognized for pain therapy within the limits of conventional medicine and acknowledged by the “Oberster Sanitätsrat” 1986.
Chiropractic is regulated in the “Law on Health Care” from 2009, article 20, Alternative Medicine, as a therapeutic system that does not follow the general medical methods that are accepted and may
No specific regulation has been found on acupuncture in Albania.