When Medicine Gets Lazy

Posted by on Feb 9, 2016 in Blog, Fears, Modern Medicine, Preventive Health |

Medicine can get lazy, that’s a fact. While research and technological advances in medicine are happening everyday, the nuts and bolts of a doctor’s appointment don’t always reflect the benefits of this work. Yet, the doctor’s appointment is where healing should start taking place. Too often, patients are given the run around through differing diagnoses, put through batteries of tests, given discouraging messages about...

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Take Charge of Your Fears

Posted by on May 4, 2014 in Blog, Facing challenges, Fears, Practice health |

We all have “those moments” come up. The moments that seem to paralyze our bodies and minds, shake up all notions of who we are, and to suggest that we don’t have what it takes. FEAR. Whatever form it takes and however daunting it appears, fear actually isn’t a bad four-letter word. When fear comes up in life, it presents a unique opportunity for us to learn and to grow. We all have fears, and whether they stop us in our...

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