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Making a choice in the management of you healthcare is one of the major decisions you will ever have to make. The media propaganda makes it seem that you have no choice. That there is only one path, one that leads to pharmaceutical drugs or surgery. Is that the path you want to follow or is there a more natural path? One that understands you, your pains, your emotions, your needs – one that recognises you as a person and not as a disease name. Greek Medicine Practitioners offers you that CHOICE.
Everyone is different and usually has a different reason for their illness. Traditional Greek Medicine (TGM) does NOT assign a “disease” name to a collection of signs and symptoms. For many patients the “disease” name becomes a death-sentence which they often carry with them until they leave the earth. The patient loses their individuality and becomes the “asthmatic”, the “diabetic” or the “rheumatic”. These names do NOT exist in TGM which is a patient-centred rather than a disease-centred healthcare system.
Most chronic disorders, apart from accidents and genetic disorders, follow a path through THREE distinct “bodies”:
- The Mind Body
- The Bio-Energetic Body
- The Physical Body
Greek Medicine can treat all 3 levels but is especially successful at the Mind/Bio-Energetic levels. These levels control the physiology of the body.
Western Medicine only treats at the Physical level when the disturbed physiology changes to pathology.
Therefore during your first consultation you will expect a variety of tests and imaging techniques which is looking for disturbances in the physiological control of your body.
The number of tests are dependent on the patient’s health issues.
“If someone wishes for good health, one must first ask oneself if he is ready to do away with the reasons for his illness. Only then is it possible to help him”. Hippocrates 460 – 370 BCE