Become a CMA Approved Supplier

Become a CMA Approved Supplier

The Complementary Medical Association Needs and Values Your Support

As you know, The Complementary Medical Association is a not – for - profit organisation and we therefore thoroughly value the support shown to us by ethical, progressive companies like yours.

The Complementary Medical Association (The CMA) has awarded "CMA Approved Supplier” status to a select number of suppliers and companies in the Complementary Medical and Natural HealthCare fields – companies that produce exceptional products.

The Complementary Medical Association (The CMA) does not endorse products.

The CMA does recognise manufacturers and/ or distributors whose products – or services – are effective, safe and ethical - and are supported by scientific and/ or research-based testing.

Can your company demonstrate it works ethically to produce effective products? Do you undertake the research required to produce proven results? Are your products and/ or services safe? Is your company good enough to be awarded CMA Approved Supplier, or CMA Corporate Supporter status?

If you think your company meets these requirements and you want to discuss CMA Approved Supplier Membership, contact us today.

 

Tramadol tied to higher mortality rates than NSAIDs in osteoarthritis patients

Tramadol tied to higher mortality rates than NSAIDs in osteoarthritis patients

A new study has shown that patients with osteoarthritis (OA)
who were treated with tramadol had a significantly higher ...

George Floyd protests - The CMA's position

Researchers discover biomarks of ALS in teeth

News

Nordic Cuddle is delighted to be the first company to accredit a cuddle therapy course with The CMA. In doing so, The CMA has brought onboard a new form of touch-therapy which is growing in popularity around the world.

People with endocrine disorders may see their condition worsen as a result of COVID-19, according to a new review published in the Journal of the Endocrine Society.

Veterans suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may benefit from one simple, inexpensive treatment involving nitrous oxide, commonly known as laughing gas.

New research from The University of Queensland has found that women who have hot flushes and night sweats after menopause are 70 per cent more likely to have heart attacks, angina and strokes.

The COMPLEMENTARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION (The CMA) © 2012. No part of this site may be reproduced without the express permission of The Complementary Medical Association. If used without prior consent a charge of US $1,000 per article, or mini section is paid (US $50 per word (minimum) will be charged. This is not meant to reflect a commercial rate for the content, but as a punitive cost and to reimburse The CMA for legal fees and time costs). Use of the contents, without permission will be taken as consent to bill the illegal user in full.