I remember watching a news conference called by physicians in Boston. The hospital won a court order to perform another painful, but hopefully life-extending, unique treatment on a toddler against the objections of his parents. The doctors praised the court’s wisdom in recognizing the value of modern medicine. When asked for a response, the mother replied, “pray.” The doctor shook his head back and rolled his eyes, unable to make a more disdainful and dismissive expression. That is what holistic medicine is not.

Holistic medicine is care through collaboration in a cooperative relationship of family, patient, physicians, and other professionals responsible for improving the physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of the patient. Holistic medicine treats the whole body and not just its parts, employing scientific medicine plus nutrition, herbal treatments, cranial and spinal manipulation, spiritual enhancement therapies, and more….Read More of my article where you can buy my book @ https://www.facebook.com/HealthcareInsightsBetterCareBetterBusiness/?fref=ts