A New Health Paradigm

A New Health Paradigm

Jul 17, 2012

Not too long ago what the world now knows as Western conventional medicine didn’t exist. While conventional medicine is a newborn compared to the Eastern systems of medicine, several of which have been in use for many thousands of years, its rapid ascension to becoming an internationally recognized standard is worthy of note. Three advances in particular...

The Case For Non-Suppressive Pediatrics

The Case For Non-Suppressive Pediatrics

Jan 5, 2012

The practice of medicine took an interesting turn in the United States roughly a century ago. The net result of that turn is that the majority of interventions are suppressive in nature. This is particularly true in the field of pediatric care. Symptoms and illness are not always a bad thing. In fact, more often than not they are evidence that the body is doing...

Integrative Medicine – A Historical Perspective

Integrative Medicine – A Historical Perspective

Feb 6, 2010

The history of the development of medicine and medical care is as fascinating as it is tumultuous.  From the earliest written and spoken records, we know that our forefathers shared our interest and at times obsession with the factors of birth, death and disease. To begin with, what causes disease?  Over the centuries we have blamed influences such as demons,...

The “Flexner Century” is over…

The “Flexner Century” is over…

Feb 1, 2010

…what’s next for Complementary and Alternative Medicine? I read an interesting article today that I thought you’d appreciate. The author, Emily Walker, a Washington Correspondent for Medpage Today wrote: A century ago, Abraham Flexner’s pivotal report redefined medical education and laid the groundwork for the growth of academic medical...

Homeopathy Made Simple

Homeopathy Made Simple

Jan 30, 2009

A Brief History…Homeopathy has been called “the original alternative medicine,” yet it is neither an herbal medicine nor a dietary regimen. This form of medicine was discovered over two hundred years ago by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, a chemist and personal physician to the German royal family. Disillusioned with the medical practices of his time,...

A Time of Great Transition and Reformation

A Time of Great Transition and Reformation

Jan 15, 2009

Gregg Hake, CEO | Energetix Corporation We are living in a time of great transition and reformation. Structures and institutions worldwide are under pressure to change to meet the demands of the new consumer in this new century. The medical establishment, as an example, is experiencing seismic shifts at every level. The United States spends more of its GDP on...