The patient being treated as a whole entity, not just treating a symptom.
How long have you been interested in holistic living?
Since childhood; seeing my grandmother living til almost 90 by self care. Her death was a direct result of her children forcing her to undergo "open heart" surgery.
a little about me
Seeing that my grandmother's healing skills were sound & having remained optimally healthy until traditional medicine was forced upon her dramatically impacted me. Tho my professional training was in Western medicine, I believe that a holistic approach, while remaining cognizant that God is The Ultimate Healer, is the answer to all related issues. There is no such thing as "incurable".
Professional or business affiliations?
RN,BSN, Graduate training in Clinical Counseling, Rehabilitation Nursing, Life Care Planning (for catastrophically injured patients), Medical-Legal Consultant & Expert Witness in above areas.
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