Reflexology & Nutrition Center

Reflexology & Nutrition Center

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(765) 354-6070

514 Locust Street

Middletown
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IN
47356

Reflexology & Nutrition Center is a business providing services in the field of Alternative Medicine. Reflexology & Nutrition Center is located in Middletown, IN on 514 Locust Street.

Reflexology & Nutrition Center telephone number is (765) 354-6070.

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Helpful Tip for: Alternative Medicine


 Alternative Medicine in Middletown is any of various systems of healing or treating disease, that is otherwise not included in the conventional approaches to curing medical ailments. Homeopathy, chiropractic, naturopathy, faith healing, etc, are some types of Alternative Medicine. The effectiveness of this branch of medicine, is still a matter of debate with the medical fraternity. 



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