What Is Wrong with Me?

What Is Wrong with Me? : Holistic Health at Its Best

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When our body expresses troubling symptoms, everyone wants them to vanish magically. How can this happen? Most people resort to a consultation with a medical doctor. Why? Their specialty is in treating symptoms. They have a cache of medications and surgical options that can be prescribed to suppress a wide variety of symptoms. To be sure, many people benefit tremendously from taking advantage of the opportunity to suppress symptoms using whatever means available. Some people cannot even begin to function without taking medications, so it is a good thing the medication and surgical options are available. The downside of this familiar approach to treatment is that the cause of the symptoms is irrelevant. As any medical doctor will tell you, their specialty is in treating symptoms, not determining their causes. The medications used to treat symptoms often have to be continued often throughout a lifetime. If the cause has not been determined, the symptoms will continue to be problematic, often requiring continued suppression. An alternative approach I have personally used successfully has been to focus on the cause of my symptoms. Once the cause has been identified it becomes possible to pursue treatments that address the cause instead of suppressing symptoms. Once the cause has been found, treated and healed, symptoms can potentially be reversed requiring no need for suppression. I personally like the holistic approach but there is a downside. Symptoms are not usually suppressed over the short tun. It may take some time to heal the cause which means that the symptoms will take time to reverse. It may also take several assessments to ascertain the underlying of certain symptoms. There may be many dysfunctions that are at play, requiring that each be addressed one by one. "What is Wrong with Me" presents an exciting approach for assessing the cause of the symptoms known as bioenergetic testing. It requires a saliva sample that is evaluated by a doctor using an advanced computer technology. The assessment is holistic. All systems in the body that are out of balance are detected and clues as to the cause of symptoms are revealed. The assessments are not designed to assign a diagnosis. I discuss my personal experience with receiving the benefits of bioenergetic assessments and present in detail how the assessments are done. Illustrations are presented of the type of treatments that are recommended, some of which are homeopathic in nature. The idea behind the therapeutic approach guided by bioenergetic assessments is to assist the body with healing from the inside-out.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 46 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 2.54mm | 117.93g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508516812
  • 9781508516811

About Robert Rodgers Phd

Robert Rodgers, Ph.D., has a passion for helping persons with chronic illnesses discover natural methods that help determine the cause of their symptoms. His mother, diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, elected to take a variety of prescription drugs to treat her Parkinson's symptoms, her depression and other medical problems. She eventually died from a coma that was aggravated by the deadly combination of medications she had been taking. After graduating from Vanderbilt University with his undergraduate degree and Cornell University with his master's degree, Robert earned his Ph.D. from Michigan State University in 1981. He served as a faculty member at the University of Texas at Austin in the 1980's and was a professor and Director of the Ph.D. and MHA programs at the University of Kentucky during the 1990's. Robert resigned his faculty position in 2003 to found Zero Point Healers with Deborah Russell. He now pursues his passion for discovering natural remedies and therapies that heal chronic illness. Robert is also the founder of Parkinsons Recovery. He resides in Olympia, Washington.
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