List of Alternative Therapies For Developmental and Learning Disabilities

List Of Alternative Therapies For Developmental And Learning Disabilities

This list covers alternative therapies for developmental and learning disabilities. Many of the treatments—including physiotherapy, massage and others—are neither generally considered as 'alternative therapies' nor as standard treatments for developmental and learning disabilities. They are, however, sometimes given or recommended as treatments specifically for these disabilities and therefore included in the list.None of these therapies are supported by scientific evidence.

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