How do you choose the right practitioner? A common misconception is believing that all modalities are interchangeable. A more prudent approach is recognizing that various medical models have different strengths and weaknesses and to not let bias prevent you from benefiting from the best that each has to offer.
As an example, firefighters and building contractors are both tasked with protecting your home but in completely different ways. While your house is on fire, a contractor is useless. Likewise, in the weeks and months following a house fire, if the fire department continued to show up and hose your house down for fire prevention, you would now have a mold problem. Contractors are not helpful during a fire but can help you prevent the fire and rebuild after the fire.
So, is your health currently on fire? Or are you trying to prevent a health fire? Or, are you experiencing the aftermath of a health fire?
There is a time for crisis care and there is a time for rebuilding and they require different tools at different times. Go to the practitioner that has the approach you need at the time.