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Patients with persistent low back pain should be offered acupuncture, massages or exercises on the NHS, says guidance.
It is the first time the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence has explicitly backed the use of complementary therapies.
The rationing watchdog said evidence suggests they help and will be cost effective if doctors stop providing less proven back services like X-rays.