The term "allied medical sciences" refers to a wide range of fields that generate health professionals who are not doctors. To achieve the best patient outcomes, allied health practitioners collaborate with other members of a multidisciplinary health team. Allied health professionals seek to prevent, diagnose, and treat a variety of disorders and illnesses, and they frequently collaborate with other members of a multidisciplinary health team to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients.
"Complementary" is a term that implies "in addition to." Complementary medicine refers to a wide range of health-care techniques that can be utilised in conjunction with conventional medical treatment. A collection of diagnostic and therapeutic disciplines used in conjunction with traditional medicine. A good example of a complementary medicine is the use of acupuncture in addition to standard care to help a patient feel better after surgery.
Alternative medicine is not the same as complementary medicine. Alternative medicine is used instead of traditional medicine, whereas complementary medicine is used in conjunction with conventional treatment.
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