Fish therapy has long been a popular and lucrative form of physical therapy for the body.
Now, the popular practice of combining the therapy with a massage or other non-medical activity can be offered as an alternative to traditional physical therapy treatments.
According to a report by Consumer Reports, more than 200 shops offer this form of treatment, and some offer it at prices well below the cost of traditional physical therapies.
The website also shows that more than two-thirds of the websites that provide the fish therapy option do not require a license.
Fish therapy is a highly effective and safe form of therapy, and it has the potential to save lives and reduce pain.
But some critics say it is unethical and could be unsafe.
Consumer Reports says the practice of using fish therapy to treat the pain of chronic pain is ethical and safe.
“Many fish therapists claim that their clients can reduce pain and reduce their symptoms with just a few treatments,” the report reads.
“The FDA has taken the position that fish therapy is not safe and has not approved the treatment as an FDA-approved treatment for chronic pain.
The Fish Therapy Institute has been in compliance with FDA regulations for many years and has provided accurate information on the treatment to the FDA.
However, the Fish Therapy Institutes website does not include any information on safety and efficacy, so the public should make their own judgments on the efficacy and safety of this practice.”
Consumer Reports also notes that the Fish Treatment Institute’s website does offer a few disclaimers, including that the fish treatment does not replace conventional physical therapy and that there are many fish therapists out there who are not certified or who are unethical.
The group also offers a few tips for anyone who wants to try out the therapy.
First, “It is recommended that you only engage in this treatment if you are able to use it safely and comfortably,” the site reads.
Second, “If you feel you are experiencing symptoms that may be caused by other factors, please consult your doctor before attempting this therapy.”
Third, “The Fish Therapy I recommend is designed for the purpose of treating pain.
Please do not attempt this treatment on your own.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me or the Fish Tingler.”
Consumer reports also points out that it is not the only therapy to be offered.
“You can find all sorts of fish therapy for just about any injury or condition you might have,” the website reads.
However, not everyone is happy with the Fish Healing Therapy.
“Some fish therapists have developed a culture of using the practice for personal gain and to make a profit from their clients,” Consumer Reports writes.
“I strongly recommend that you talk to a health care professional before trying fish therapy.””
Fish therapy is controversial and many people are unhappy with the practice,” the publication adds.
“I strongly recommend that you talk to a health care professional before trying fish therapy.”
Read the full report here.