We are just trying to give practitioners a platform to tell society what they actually do and how they can help people overcome their health problems with natural remedies. The internet provides such a powerful tool to achieve this
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(PRWEB) April 23, 2007
Societies thirst for knowledge on natural healing options is growing at a rapid pace. This can be seen by the growth of websites like Natural Therapy Pages (http://www.naturaltherapypages.com.au) which has grown to attract over 200,000 visitors to their website each month. These people are after information on natural therapies, how they work, what is in involved in a session and what qualifications their practitioners should have.
Natural Therapy Pages CEO David Vitek tells us the response from readers has been fantastic and that they are constantly asking for more information. In response to this demand for content they have created a complete natural health glossary which outlines descriptions of common health problems and the possible treatment options people have.
"These days people have so many options available to help them overcome their ailments" Vitek says, "we have just laid out this information in an easily accessible place so that people can gain a greater insight into natural health options ."
The website also has a directory of over 6000 natural therapists. Each practitioner has their own profile page so you can read about their qualifications and areas of specialty. The site works on a postcode search so that you can read about practitioners in your area. "We are just trying to give practitioners a platform to tell society what they actually do and how they can help people overcome their health problems with natural remedies. The internet provides such a powerful tool to achieve this".
So what does the future of the natural health industry hold? "Who knows?" says Vitek, "The one thing for sure is that it is growing at a rapid rate and you are starting to get more and more people reaching for a herbal medicine treatment for their problems instead of turning to drugs and antibiotics."