Complementary medicine is used in conjunction with more traditional remedies; alternative medicine is used by itself. The terms-Alternative medicine, complementary medicine, integrative medicine, holistic medicine, natural medicine, unorthodox medicine, fringe medicine, unconventional medicine, and new age medicine are used interchangeably as having the same meaning and are almost synonymous in some contexts, 25 26 27 28 but may have different meanings in some rare cases.
While spots for IMGs are very limited and some specialties are not available for them at all, international students who graduated from US medical schools are taken almost the same way as any other US med school graduates (there are only some visa-related restrictions, so the competition for residency is little higher, but otherwise it’s basically the same).
Holistic medical practitioners defend their treatments to the general public that there is documented proof that they work, but when faced with empirical evidence that does not support their claims, certain practicioners often state that holistic medicine cannot be readily tested by scientific means.
You have a good list there, right now i know that there are a number of medical schools that accept degrees from the UK. I could only find about three med schools which are Virginia, northwestern and Stanford who say they would accept applicant with UK degrees.
Use of simple, cheap devices such as passive inhalers allows self-administration by patients of tiny controlled amounts, thereby freeing nurses for other tasks, freeing patients from the frustration of button-pushing, and presenting a cost-effective alternative to administrators: an all-round win/win/win.