The Challenge

Our society is witnessing a significant rise in the prevalence of individuals grappling with intricate and chronic ailments, encompassing conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, mental health disorders, and autoimmune afflictions like rheumatoid arthritis.

The predominant medical system employed by most physicians prioritizes acute care, focusing on the prompt diagnosis and treatment of short-term trauma or illnesses. Physicians graduate medical school and residency programs typically trained to administer targeted treatments, such as medication or surgery, aimed at alleviating immediate symptoms or addressing the primary issue.

Regrettably, the acute-care model of medicine falls short in preventing and managing complex, chronic diseases. Often, it overlooks the individual’s distinctive genetic composition and neglects to consider factors such as environmental toxin exposure and the lifestyle elements contributing to the surge of chronic ailments in contemporary Western society. Conventional care further does not explore factors beyond physical symptoms. It fails to consider the interconnectedness of the mind, body, and spirit, and the energetic imbalances present in a person.