Posts Tagged ‘medicine’

Herbal Medicine in Combination With Other Alternative Modalities, Part 2

Thursday, September 27th, 2012

How naturopathy works effectively to heal.

Using the person’s lifestyle, eating habits, stress levels, belief system and spiritual insight in diagnosing health or illness. High-stress lifestyles and poor eating habits play a big part in disorders. (more…)

What Are the Doctor’s Concerns?

Wednesday, June 20th, 2012

Physicians are always concerned when a patient is suffering, especially with an affliction that cannot be cured. However, they are most concerned about patients suffering from a problem with their immune system, since these individuals may develop extremely severe infections. For this reason these patients should immediately report an outbreak to their doctor. (more…)

Tired of Grabbing that Headache Medicine?

Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

Neck pains are usually the result of muscle strains in the neck. Muscle strains can occur for any number of reasons, such as improper standing or sitting postures, improper sleep patterns, pinched nerves or stress. Knowing how to prevent these strains can cause fewer trips to the chiropractor or doctor’s office. (more…)

Someday, going to the doctor will be like going to

Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

Strange thought, you say? Well, not according, a nationally recognized futurist and authority on the changing American health care system. Dr. Kaiser believes that the experience you have going to the doctor in the future will be every bit as important as the cost and the quality of care you receive.

When large, integrated healthcare delivery systems offering essentially the same price and quality come to dominate the American landscape, medical care in the U.S. will have reached true commodity status. Such health systems will put proportionately more effort into enhancing the patient experience, and medicine will become an experiential industry. Indeed, says Kaiser, going to the doctor in the future will be a little like going to Disneyland or Wal-Mart, and a lot like going to a native American healer or medicine man.