For anyone who has been on what I call the medical industry merry-go-round, if you were to ask any of the many doctors you’ve been to if they actually expect you to get well, I’d be willing to bet they would say something to the effect of, “the best you can expect is to manage your condition.” I’d go so far as to say that not one of them would say they expect you to get well and achieve a high level of health.
You may wonder how I can make such statements. Forty years of experience working around the mainstream medical industry has given me that privilege. Working with thousands of patients who have finally given up on the merry-go-round of misery, pills, prescriptions and surgeries and helping them actually get better is proof positive. When one person is willing to step off the dizzying and disastrous ride of specialists who look at one area, give you a prescription and send you off to another specialist to look at another part who gives you another prescription, ad infinitum…I am delighted. When they finally come to see me, they are nearly, but not quite defeated.
So ask yourself, if your doctors don’t expect you to get well, what do you expect? Do you really want to get well?
There are a few doctors in this country that do not practice in the mainstream. These are the doctors who truly want and expect their patients to achieve a level of health and well-being that makes life worth living. I am one of those rare doctors. I do not treat symptoms. I believe the body is magnificent and self-healing if given the proper care. Most of the time I simply have to wean my patients off the many prescription drugs they’ve been on and give the body an opportunity to start functioning properly again. I expect and know that my patients will get well and feel better than they have in years.
So, go ahead. Ask your doctor the question: Hey doc, do you expect I’ll ever get well? I’d like to know what they have to say. If they won’t help