Just a couple I'd not come across before.Australia has a comprehensive public healthcare system which is supplemented by private insurance to cover the cost of treatments and service that are not publicly funded. In 2012 the Australian government announced a review of “natural” treatments covered by these private insurance plans to determine if these therapies were effective, safe, and provided good value for money. While you might wonder why a government would care about what private insurance covers, it’s because the Australian government offers a rebate on insurance premiums, effectively subsidizing their cost. The review sought to determine if a variety of treatment were backed by good scientific evidence and deserved tax subsidies. The answer may not surprise you.
Buteyko is a Russian breathing technique claimed to be effective for asthma and other respiratory disorders, but with a lack of objective efficacy.
Feldenkrais is a gentle form of physical therapy lacking good evidence of efficacy.
https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/austra ... -and-more/