TheHolisticOption.com Launches Alternative Healthcare Site

NEW YORK, April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The Holistic Option, Inc., today announced the launch of a new website that allows U.S. consumers to access complementary and alternative healthcare information, as well as find practitioners and schools in their area. A reference tool for patients to learn more about holistic treatment options spanning 50 modalities, such as acupuncture, massage therapy, and chiropractic, the site is available at www.TheHolisticOption.com .

"Consumers in the U.S. have had, for a myriad of reasons, limited access to information regarding holistic treatment options and the means by which to find licensed care providers," said Kelly Campbell, President and Founder of TheHolisticOption.com . "Now patients can easily research treatment options and remedies, find qualified practitioners, and share their experiences, all from one user-friendly website."

Every practitioner wishing to be listed on the site submits an application that is screened by The Holistic Option's advisory board, to ensure proper member certification and professional credibility in their particular practice. While the site currently hosts practitioners and educational information in 25 modalities, the company plans to add the remaining 25+ modalities in the coming months.

Consumers pay nothing to search the site for practitioners, and have unlimited access to reliable content, including natural remedies for treating specific ailments, as well as articles, videos, podcasts, discussion forums, shopping and more. To learn more, visit www.TheHolisticOption.com .

About TheHolisticOption.com

Founded in 2008, New York-based TheHolisticOption.com provides consumers and complementary and alternative healthcare practitioners with the first online community where they can connect and share information regarding holistic treatment options. To learn more, visit www.TheHolisticOption.com .

SOURCE The Holistic Option, Inc.

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