Western Medicine and the Fault Within

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, August 31, 2009 Under: medicine
Are you in tune with your physician? Does his or her office make you feel violently inhibited, uncared for, unwelcome or discriminated against? If a patient is inclined towards feelings of this nature the problem may lie with the bedside manner of the physician. When a patient is made to feel like Jesus walking on hot coals, then it is presumed that patient care from the physician's office will be a rough road in cure and recovery for the patient.

It is of no wonder why patient's resort to alternative therapies and healing. Once a patient complains of symptoms at first onset, they may visit a doctor. The doctor however, may ignore all symptom and say that it is exaggerated or use it as a way to order the D size in obtaining a battery of tests. And, there are many times when patients fail to arrive at a medium in obtaining a correct diagnosis that leads to a response in timely treatment and cure from their doctor. Therefore, most visits result in the see saw effect of either a ground answer of "the results are of no cause to worry" or "you have to undergo more testing".

Physicians were not taught to have a balance of approach when it comes to providing a patient with an answer and solution. They are either chatty when they should have been invasive and invasive when they should have created more by way of discussion regarding other methods to treat illnesses.

So we must ask what determines these factors? Is the doctor letting the patient lead or is the patient allowing the doctor control for his or her own benefit? In that, what form of knowledge actually helps the patient is it coming from the patient or the treating physician?

Patients should not feel like hostages towards a doctors methods. They should be able to ask that physician about a remedy or test other than the one suggested by the physician. Therefore, if a doctor has decidely forced a beta-blocker or statin on you and your body disagrees, what you are diagnosed with could be a false diagnosis or one that is not permanent. It was the diagnosis given at the time of test. Thus, affected by various stimulants that can contribute towards a result. When the body and mind wander into the alternative which may provide an external solution instead of a beta-blocker or statin. The fault within simply lies on the test and it's current contributing factors that provided such measurement.  Given the margin of error or natural correction a body is able to achieve can alter a particular diagnosis. It would be then suitable to sway the mind and body in favor of natural correction to realign itself as long as the body is able to continue repair within. Once able to achieve such correction, medicines that were prescribed become no longer necessary.

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Western Medicine and the Fault Within

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, August 31, 2009 Under: medicine
Are you in tune with your physician? Does his or her office make you feel violently inhibited, uncared for, unwelcome or discriminated against? If a patient is inclined towards feelings of this nature the problem may lie with the bedside manner of the physician. When a patient is made to feel like Jesus walking on hot coals, then it is presumed that patient care from the physician's office will be a rough road in cure and recovery for the patient.

It is of no wonder why patient's resort to alternative therapies and healing. Once a patient complains of symptoms at first onset, they may visit a doctor. The doctor however, may ignore all symptom and say that it is exaggerated or use it as a way to order the D size in obtaining a battery of tests. And, there are many times when patients fail to arrive at a medium in obtaining a correct diagnosis that leads to a response in timely treatment and cure from their doctor. Therefore, most visits result in the see saw effect of either a ground answer of "the results are of no cause to worry" or "you have to undergo more testing".

Physicians were not taught to have a balance of approach when it comes to providing a patient with an answer and solution. They are either chatty when they should have been invasive and invasive when they should have created more by way of discussion regarding other methods to treat illnesses.

So we must ask what determines these factors? Is the doctor letting the patient lead or is the patient allowing the doctor control for his or her own benefit? In that, what form of knowledge actually helps the patient is it coming from the patient or the treating physician?

Patients should not feel like hostages towards a doctors methods. They should be able to ask that physician about a remedy or test other than the one suggested by the physician. Therefore, if a doctor has decidely forced a beta-blocker or statin on you and your body disagrees, what you are diagnosed with could be a false diagnosis or one that is not permanent. It was the diagnosis given at the time of test. Thus, affected by various stimulants that can contribute towards a result. When the body and mind wander into the alternative which may provide an external solution instead of a beta-blocker or statin. The fault within simply lies on the test and it's current contributing factors that provided such measurement.  Given the margin of error or natural correction a body is able to achieve can alter a particular diagnosis. It would be then suitable to sway the mind and body in favor of natural correction to realign itself as long as the body is able to continue repair within. Once able to achieve such correction, medicines that were prescribed become no longer necessary.

In : medicine 



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Western Medicine and the Fault Within

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, August 31, 2009 Under: medicine
Are you in tune with your physician? Does his or her office make you feel violently inhibited, uncared for, unwelcome or discriminated against? If a patient is inclined towards feelings of this nature the problem may lie with the bedside manner of the physician. When a patient is made to feel like Jesus walking on hot coals, then it is presumed that patient care from the physician's office will be a rough road in cure and recovery for the patient.

It is of no wonder why patient's resort to alternative therapies and healing. Once a patient complains of symptoms at first onset, they may visit a doctor. The doctor however, may ignore all symptom and say that it is exaggerated or use it as a way to order the D size in obtaining a battery of tests. And, there are many times when patients fail to arrive at a medium in obtaining a correct diagnosis that leads to a response in timely treatment and cure from their doctor. Therefore, most visits result in the see saw effect of either a ground answer of "the results are of no cause to worry" or "you have to undergo more testing".

Physicians were not taught to have a balance of approach when it comes to providing a patient with an answer and solution. They are either chatty when they should have been invasive and invasive when they should have created more by way of discussion regarding other methods to treat illnesses.

So we must ask what determines these factors? Is the doctor letting the patient lead or is the patient allowing the doctor control for his or her own benefit? In that, what form of knowledge actually helps the patient is it coming from the patient or the treating physician?

Patients should not feel like hostages towards a doctors methods. They should be able to ask that physician about a remedy or test other than the one suggested by the physician. Therefore, if a doctor has decidely forced a beta-blocker or statin on you and your body disagrees, what you are diagnosed with could be a false diagnosis or one that is not permanent. It was the diagnosis given at the time of test. Thus, affected by various stimulants that can contribute towards a result. When the body and mind wander into the alternative which may provide an external solution instead of a beta-blocker or statin. The fault within simply lies on the test and it's current contributing factors that provided such measurement.  Given the margin of error or natural correction a body is able to achieve can alter a particular diagnosis. It would be then suitable to sway the mind and body in favor of natural correction to realign itself as long as the body is able to continue repair within. Once able to achieve such correction, medicines that were prescribed become no longer necessary.

In : medicine 



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Western Medicine and the Fault Within

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, August 31, 2009 Under: medicine
Are you in tune with your physician? Does his or her office make you feel violently inhibited, uncared for, unwelcome or discriminated against? If a patient is inclined towards feelings of this nature the problem may lie with the bedside manner of the physician. When a patient is made to feel like Jesus walking on hot coals, then it is presumed that patient care from the physician's office will be a rough road in cure and recovery for the patient.

It is of no wonder why patient's resort to alternative therapies and healing. Once a patient complains of symptoms at first onset, they may visit a doctor. The doctor however, may ignore all symptom and say that it is exaggerated or use it as a way to order the D size in obtaining a battery of tests. And, there are many times when patients fail to arrive at a medium in obtaining a correct diagnosis that leads to a response in timely treatment and cure from their doctor. Therefore, most visits result in the see saw effect of either a ground answer of "the results are of no cause to worry" or "you have to undergo more testing".

Physicians were not taught to have a balance of approach when it comes to providing a patient with an answer and solution. They are either chatty when they should have been invasive and invasive when they should have created more by way of discussion regarding other methods to treat illnesses.

So we must ask what determines these factors? Is the doctor letting the patient lead or is the patient allowing the doctor control for his or her own benefit? In that, what form of knowledge actually helps the patient is it coming from the patient or the treating physician?

Patients should not feel like hostages towards a doctors methods. They should be able to ask that physician about a remedy or test other than the one suggested by the physician. Therefore, if a doctor has decidely forced a beta-blocker or statin on you and your body disagrees, what you are diagnosed with could be a false diagnosis or one that is not permanent. It was the diagnosis given at the time of test. Thus, affected by various stimulants that can contribute towards a result. When the body and mind wander into the alternative which may provide an external solution instead of a beta-blocker or statin. The fault within simply lies on the test and it's current contributing factors that provided such measurement.  Given the margin of error or natural correction a body is able to achieve can alter a particular diagnosis. It would be then suitable to sway the mind and body in favor of natural correction to realign itself as long as the body is able to continue repair within. Once able to achieve such correction, medicines that were prescribed become no longer necessary.

In : medicine 



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Western Medicine and the Fault Within

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, August 31, 2009 Under: medicine
Are you in tune with your physician? Does his or her office make you feel violently inhibited, uncared for, unwelcome or discriminated against? If a patient is inclined towards feelings of this nature the problem may lie with the bedside manner of the physician. When a patient is made to feel like Jesus walking on hot coals, then it is presumed that patient care from the physician's office will be a rough road in cure and recovery for the patient.

It is of no wonder why patient's resort to alternative therapies and healing. Once a patient complains of symptoms at first onset, they may visit a doctor. The doctor however, may ignore all symptom and say that it is exaggerated or use it as a way to order the D size in obtaining a battery of tests. And, there are many times when patients fail to arrive at a medium in obtaining a correct diagnosis that leads to a response in timely treatment and cure from their doctor. Therefore, most visits result in the see saw effect of either a ground answer of "the results are of no cause to worry" or "you have to undergo more testing".

Physicians were not taught to have a balance of approach when it comes to providing a patient with an answer and solution. They are either chatty when they should have been invasive and invasive when they should have created more by way of discussion regarding other methods to treat illnesses.

So we must ask what determines these factors? Is the doctor letting the patient lead or is the patient allowing the doctor control for his or her own benefit? In that, what form of knowledge actually helps the patient is it coming from the patient or the treating physician?

Patients should not feel like hostages towards a doctors methods. They should be able to ask that physician about a remedy or test other than the one suggested by the physician. Therefore, if a doctor has decidely forced a beta-blocker or statin on you and your body disagrees, what you are diagnosed with could be a false diagnosis or one that is not permanent. It was the diagnosis given at the time of test. Thus, affected by various stimulants that can contribute towards a result. When the body and mind wander into the alternative which may provide an external solution instead of a beta-blocker or statin. The fault within simply lies on the test and it's current contributing factors that provided such measurement.  Given the margin of error or natural correction a body is able to achieve can alter a particular diagnosis. It would be then suitable to sway the mind and body in favor of natural correction to realign itself as long as the body is able to continue repair within. Once able to achieve such correction, medicines that were prescribed become no longer necessary.

In : medicine 



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