Medicine labels a person sick or healthy based on the tests that are performed. If all tests come back normal, the person is pronounced “healthy, all is well and to go on with life”. If abnormal, they are told they are sick, and treatment begins. If this person continues to complain, oftentimes medication for depression or anxiety is prescribed.
In the real world, a client can seek our help – complaining of chronic pain, fatigue, gas, bloating, excessive nighttime urination, frequent headaches, insomnia, weight gain, and a rash that moves from one place to another all over the body…and…all tests come back “within normal limits”. This was actually someone who sought Dr. Frisch’s care (most seeking care comes with a laundry list of similar complaints).
You know the client is sick, they know they are sick and yet all the tests come back textbook, midline normal. What do you do?
Perhaps instead of asking, “What’s wrong? You might be better served by asking, what’s not right”?
This deminar will:
• Help you understand that a client must be 2/3rds “sick” before western medicine sees anything wrong.
• Help you assess “what’s not right” by touching on ancient techniques such as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), iridology, visual and face diagnosis.
• Make you aware of treatment options when there is “nothing wrong” according to the standard medical approach.
• Discuss exactly how to help the above client (and others) find their way back to vibrant health.