Chinese Medicine is designed to restore flow throughout the body. By examining the body’s response to both internal and external, natural and necessary fluctuations and potential pathogenic factors, like the flu, we can begin to develop a cohesive picture of your health. The effectiveness of this healthcare speaks to both the holistic and preventative approach at its very core.
As a Practitioner, this broad-based medicine facilitates a very rich and comprehensive understanding of your health, and allows me to accurately focus in on the origin of disease. I value the quality of care that integrative medicine provides, and acknowledge that specific aspects of Western medicine; for example, emergency care, excel.
Life can be flagrant foul, a firestorm at times and untamed we leaves us feeling out of control. Our lives are complex. We are within an emerging paradigm that is bringing to light all the unseen forces at play in the world, like electricity, the internet; in language, emotions, and vibes. Laterally aligned with this contemporary evolution, we have seen this medicine grow exponentially throughout the world over the past 300 years.
Chinese Medicine is committed to the principle of uncovering the specific and fundamental causes of disease, and to providing patients with a realistic plan of care.
Idiopathic is a term unknown in our context.
My goal with each patient is to cultivate sustainable health by recognizing in you the reactionary patterns (to pathogenic factors like the flu, to other people, to your emotions, to the world) and commit to helping you resolve negative patterns that result in unhealthy energetic responses. Meaning, it is my intention to appropriate not just the body’s basic ability to function or be dysfunctional, but to access the actual quality of your ability to function healthfully and react appropriately to whatever your life is offering.Only if your internal environment is conducive to viral proliferation will you present flu symptoms.
Therefore, we focus on the response, rather than the pathogen. You, rather than the illness.
We are looking at the why? when a virus spreads over an area some people get sick but others do not. How can we shift your biological responses to be more refined and harmonized.