Dr Jaya Juturi prescribes plenty of medications for her cancer patients, but she would be remiss, she says, if she stopped there. Read on to find out effects of yoga on cancer.
Juturi, who is on the medical staff at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas says:
“We’re supposed to practice a certain way and tell people what’s proven to help them. If we didn’t bring up yoga in the context of emotional or physical distress, we’re not doing our job.”
The medical field has been “late in catching on to” such complementary treatments, Juturi says. Now data has begun backing up the effectiveness of yoga, and doctors, she says, “are all about data.”
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