Holistic or Allopathic: Which is The Best Aproach For Treating Disease And Illness?

At Creative Health Institute, we focus on teaching our students how to approach illness and disease from the broadest view possible. Often, Learning this view is met with some resistance due to the contemporary medical model (allopathic) which is built largely on the contagion theory of disease and the suppression of symptoms, with the use of prescription medications.

The holistic  curriculum we use in our classes teaches our students that most illness and disease is usually the result of multiple causes (both internal and external), and therefore they must learn to approach illness and disease from a multi-dimensional approach which take into account the body, mind, emotions and spirit.

We know that when we nourish our bodies with a diet high in natural raw living foods, our bodies will respond and naturally detoxify and that the nutritional deficiencies which may have played a part in our illness or disease will be replaced with health and wellness. When we combine this type of natural eating with physical exercise, breathing exercises, prayer/meditation and relaxation, we give our bodies the opportunity to heal and overcome illness and disease.  If, at any point, we can not  properly assimilate natural raw living food nourishment, we may decide to utilize herbs and supplements to nourish our bodies, so we can bring them back into balance.

Two Systems of Medicine

* ALLOPATHIC * * HOLISTIC *
Focuses on Measurements SYMPTOMS Focuses on Experience CAUSES & PATTERNS
Disease as Entity PAIN AVOIDING Disease as Process PAIN READING
General Classified Diagnosis Specific Individual Needs
Technical Tools Integrated Therapies
Remedial / Combative / Reactive Preventive / Corrective / Pro-Active
Crisis Oriented: Occasional Intervention Lifestyle Oriented: Sustained Maintenance
Radical. Defensive. Natural. Ecological.
Medicine As Counter-Agent Medicine As Co-Agent
Side Effects. Chemicals, Surgery, Radiation, Replacement Low-Risk. Conservative. Organic.Purification, Manipulation, Correction,
Emphasis: “CURE” Emphasis: “HEALING”
Speed, Comfort, Convenience Restoration. Regeneration. Transformation
Practitioner as Authority PACIFYING Practitioner as Educator ACTIVATING
Patient as Passive Recipient Patient as Source of Healing
Mechanical / Analytical / Bio-Physical Systemic / Multi-Dimensional / Body-Mind-Spirit
Best For: Infectious Diseases, Trauma, Structural Damage, Organ Failure, Acute Conditions. Best For: Degenerative, Chronic Stress & Lifestyle Disorders, Toxemia, Glandular Weakness, Systemic Imbalances, Immunity.

If you are interested in finding our more about the holistic approach to health, visit http://www.holistic.com

Wishing you the best day ever!

Bobby

Thank you Dr. Brown for the chart.

You can purchase a laminated copy from:

Two Systems of Medicine Laminated Chart
8-1/2″ x 11

“Send$6.95 US  to:
ENLIGHTENMENT PROJECTS
21 Jaquith Rd.
Harrisville, NH 03450 USA

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