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THE NECESSITY OF CONTINUOUS TREATMENT AFTER SYMPTOMS SUBSIDE?

  That is related to types of illnesses and incidences of recurrence. For those    difficult to be cured or easy to recur, such as intractable pain, even though most symptoms have subsided or the patient is near full recovery, it is advised for the patient to continue with the treatment for a certain period to stabilize results and prevent possible recurrence. As the healing continues, of course, interval between two consecutive treatments can be gradually prolonged to once a week, or even once two weeks or once a month, which is often depicted as a “tune-up” of the body similar to that of automobiles.