Alternative remedy clinics planned
HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
By Tobias Chanji | August 6th 2016
Kenya School for Integrated Medicine plans to set up homeopathy clinics to promote the use of alternative remedies.
School Principal Esther Karanja said patients from Kwale County should have alternative medicines. The institution’s director Marie Magie said the homeopathy clinics will hire trained students who have graduated.
“We have trained 114 homeopathy students since 2007 when the institution was started. The complementary alternative medicine involves treating causes of the diseases,” Magie said.
They spoke during a graduation ceremony where 71 students graduated with certificates and diplomas in various health-related courses at the school in Kwale County.
The institution offers conventional and alternative medicine courses with an integrated approach to health, bringing the best medical health knowledge from Kenya and abroad.
— Tobias Chanji
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