Getting Real

From personal and clinical experience I can help you sort through the mountains of information out there and see how it applies to you.  Sometimes a little clarity can go a long way towards solving health care issues and putting you on the road to greater health and well-being.  In that vein I thought it best to start with this “food for thought”.

Is the lack the appropriate knowledge the reason you accept poor health as your destiny?

Destiny refers to a predetermined course of events.  In effect it is a concept based on the belief that there is a fixed order to the universe.

How many millions of people have suffered in the past from preventable diseases, thinking it was their destiny or fate to do so?  Our modern version is to say:  I have heart disease, diabetes, auto-immune, cancer, etc because it’s in my family.  There is an element of truth to our belief about our condition based on our genetic makeup.  However, most of the time the ability to regain and maintain our health is within our power.

Exciting new breakthroughs are making this more possible than ever before. One of those breakthroughs is the research of Dr Dayan Goodenowe, who pioneered the Prodrome Scan Blood Test.

Biochemistry is a living and active process inside your body.  The Prodrome Scan blood test measures key biochemical systems to understand your biochemical health.  You can take control of these systems to optimize health for longevity.

Not only are the biomarkers being measure critical for optimal health, deficiencies are scientifically linked to increased risk of diseases including Alzheimers disease, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, colorectal cancer, pancreatic cancer, breast cancer, ovarian cancer, heart disease, stroke and diabetes.

Join those of us who have already started on the road towards health optimization

Our ability to restore, maintain and even optimize our health and wellbeing is within our power.

Two major blocks to having this happen:

1.  We observe that other people seem to eat what they want, drink what they want, live the lifestyle they want and they don’t have the problems we have.  (We are all truly unique when it comes to the complexity of our lives and current circumstances. What’s true for one person is not true for everyone.)

2.  The fixed paradigm of modern medicine doesn’t necessarily guide us through the appropriate steps necessary for a vibrantly healthy life.

In over 4 decades of practice my patients who approach our relationship as a proactive partnership enjoy greater levels of empowerment and wellbeing.  It can be no other way.

Yours in Health,

Dr Pat