The first question I ask migraine sufferers when they come into my office is: “In which part of the head do you feel it?” Almost the entire differentiating philosophy of holistic medicine encompassed in one responding inquiry:
There are many different diagnoses for one issue. Also, the same physiological pattern can express as many different issues.
This principle sounds most convincing when read in...
Most acupuncture patients are not the prototypical, American white guy (even when they’re an American white guy) who refuses to talk about his feelings, chooses repression over expression, and will take from the cradle to the grave every variation of ignorance and denial of the connection between mind, body and spirit. I mean, dude, what does that even mean: Spirit?