moni.. It's always problematic to take a phrase out of context but I must admit I appear to so readily offend in off topic subjects I think I'll steer clear of them!
Again, perhaps this is a cultural issue BUT, outside the standard medical profession there is not the same level of rigorous testing and legal regulation as there is in the profession: at least not in my country. For example, in my last town of residence a man set himself up with similar quals to the set you refer to. I and many others went and saw him and we were faced with a quack out to make big dollars. He frightened each of us and then tried to say that unless we all made significant outlays on a schemata of pills and potions that we a) didn't really care for our health, and, b) would probably die in under 15 years.
He was hounded out of his 'trading' but not because he was doing anything illegal as such because, as I said, there isn't the regulatory system here to ensure he has 'x' level of training and that in obtaining his licence he went through rigorous testing.
Don't get me wrong, there are also example of medical practitioners and surgeons who have fudged the system also and we've had some classic examples of that here.
Moni..in my country you might be a superlative practitioner. You may have a full compliment of western medical knowledge (and been rigorously assessed as competent in the same) as well as the array of complimentary fields you list. But around you will be people who will claim similarly but who may have done largely training at distance via an independent college.
For what it is worth I virtually ONLY saw a Chinese Acupuncturist in the last years of living in that town but he knew his limitations and on occasion he would refer me to a western practitioner for something. It wasn't often but it happened. The university I was involved with had a large nurse training department but it also paralleled with naturopathy and so on.
Again, I would prefer a practitioner with an array of skills and knowledge at their command but I'm not sure I (my opinion) would call any one superior to the other although I do certainly see and know the limitations of western medical practice. It's generally lacking in pro activity for one thing. To me the best is that complimentary array.