Special case: Use this phrase between two grammatically parallel elements, never at the beginning of a sentence.
Example: There are risksas well asbenefits to the treatment.
Example:Using unfamiliar wordsas well asproviding too much information may confuse some patients.
Special case: Use this word before a verb (action word). Example: Chowdhury et al. (2013) alsofound that ...
not only ... but also
Adverb - special sentence structure applies. Example: In person-centered treatment, it is not only important to understand the cause of the problem in the past, but also the here and now of the patient's present (Neeb, 2006, p. 139).