Heart To Heart Medical Center Services
A healthy life includes an acceptance of contrasts and conflict, a recognition of the Balances inherent in our spirits and our bodies, and a willingness to embrace the opposites that together, make us whole.
Medicine has been inaccurately described as the science of treating disease, commonly called Restorative Treatment. Our culture needs a new definition, one that includes a deeper look at what’s behind our symptoms. One that is beyond Conventional or Alternative Treatments. With a greater knowledge of why we get sick, we can make smart choices that allow us to live healthier, happier lives and ultimately achieve Optimum Health.
I have been a Medical Doctor for more than 20 years, and have spent much of my career working to balance the dissimilar approaches of Western Medicine and Eastern Medicine. It became clear to me that we need a new model of healing, one that embraces the remarkable scientific achievements of the last century, but also utilizes time tested methods of healing that have proven to be effective as well, I call this Blended Medicine (TM).
In fact, some of the most significant scientific achievements of the last 50 years involve the discovery of things we can’t experience with our five senses. From the whirling electrons in our atomic structure, to the tiny infectious particles that invade our bodies, most of who we are is made up of components that are invisible.
From the perspective of Western Medicine, disease and ill health are technical problems, like a fouled spark plug or a corrupted computer file, that can be corrected with the right combination of chemicals and surgery. Chinese Medicine postulates that a balance between body, mind, emotions, spirit, energy, and activity promotes a healthy life. Much of today’s public debate about differing styles of healing seeks to prove which method is right or wrong.
We have moved past the conflict, and created an integrated medical system that puts the emphasis on health, and what you can do to impact how you feel. If someone offered you the answer to a long and healthy life wouldn’t you jump at the chance to find out what it was? Please review our brief on Optimum Health.