Credentialing CAM Providers: Understanding CAM Education, Training, Regulation, and Licensing

A physician’s credentials—the licenses, certificates, and diplomas on the office walls—tell us about that person’s professional qualifications to advise and treat us. We seek similar assurances when we choose a complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) practitioner, such as an acupuncturist, a chiropractor, or a massage therapist. This fact sheet provides a general overview of the status of CAM credentialing, summarizes licensure for selected types of CAM practitioners, and suggests sources for additional information.


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