Discussion in 'General ME/CFS discussion' started by Sly Saint, Aug 1, 2023.
Exercise Therapy for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome You Must Know (consumerhealthdigest.com)
One of the worst I've seen. He clearly hasn't a clue.
The author is a psychologist. His only references are another crappy health site and the outdated Cochrane exercise review.
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Why do charlatans always have such gleaming teeth?
Ah, someone just looked at PACE and did a copy-paste. APT isn't even a thing. Relaxation obviously isn't a treatment. This is nonsense.
Specializes in dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
I think it’s worth leaving responses on this one. It’s illiterate nonsense. It even reads like a random sentence generator vomited it out.
Label on the article:
On the panel is a chiropractor.
Dr Mele's qualifications to be giving advice on "chronic fatigue syndrome'?
LaSalle University: Master's degree, Religious Education
Boston College: BA, English, Psychology
Widener University: Psy.D, Clinical Psychology
Center for Creative Leadership: Manager Development, Executive Leadership
Two health supplements are recommended at the end of the article/ non article. Perhaps it's a puff piece written to promote these.
Later is written under Sources
"We review published medical research in respected scientific journals to arrive at our conclusions about a product or health topic. This ensures the highest standard of scientific accuracy"
Puff piece? It seems to be using Larun/ Cochrane to try to validate the rubbish they have written.
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