Google Adwords has a policy whereby I, as a physiotherapist, cannot write about Exercise Prescription whilst someone is receiving chemotherapy because I refer to scientific research which describes some of the medication people receiving chemotherapy may be taking, A catch 22, as apparently only a pharmacist can mention medication. Yet the article is on Exercise Prescription not about the medication itself. Moreover, a pharmacist is generally not qualified in exercise prescription but probably would be allowed to do so?. I’ve been at logger heads with Google for over 18 months on this ridiculous issue. https://www.back-in-business-physiotherapy.com/latest-news/283-the-use-of-exercise-therapy-post-cancer-treatment-to-attenuate-doxorubicin-induced-cardiotoxicity-3.html
Google checks for certain words on your website, regardless of context – it is automated. To give you context, often ads are disapproved because Google sees the word guarantee on a site, even if the context is “we do not guarantee”.
There is no way for you to resolve this. Even if it could be manually approved, Google Ads support staff don’t have the relevant knowledge to make such a decision, in general. That’s why Google takes the simple approach and looks for trigger words.
You have plenty of other treatments to promote. Unless this one is particularly lucrative, I wouldn’t worry about it. Consider a non-digital approach, like informing a relevant hospital or physician about your service.