Tag Archives: ethics

DEFINING “GOOD” FROM “BAD”

In the world of HEALTH, the words “GOOD” and BAD” are frequently used by doctors to assist patients with treatment options. I have used these two words frequently to help my patients qualify the recommendations I’ve suggested to them. It is important, however, to base personal decisions NOT ON THE WORDS THEMSELVES, but rather the […]

DECEPTION WITHOUT REMORSE

This post is 1075 words. If you care about your health, I would encourage you to take the time to read it. The average consumer bases their health treatments ENTIRELY on their family physician’s recommendations. Whether these doctors are medical physicians, chiropractic physicians, naturopathic physicians or osteopathic physicians their is GOOD REASON to question the […]

A COMPASSIONATE HUMAN HEALTH STORY WORTH WATCHING

The following 8:51 minute video shares a real life story that could simulate an experience ANY OF US could face. It has a HAPPY ENDING even though it will likely brings tears to your eyes. When a person gets sick, the last thing they need on their mind is the stress associated with where the […]

TURNING A BLIND EYE AWAY FROM INTEGRITY

Part of the Hippocratic Oath is to SWEAR to NEVER DO HARM to a patient. Obviously, this refers to intentional harm. What if, however, there are questions whether a procedure MAY cause harm to a patient. The moral and ethical answer is to GET ANSWERS BEFORE proceeding with these treatments. I pose to the reader […]

FAILING YOUR WAY TO SUCCESS!

For so many of us, LIFE has taught us that FAILURE must be avoided AT ALL COST. Failure at work leads to demotions and firings;” failure in school leads to limited choices of colleges and careers, failure in relationships lead to “break ups,” separations and divorces. It appears that heart ache is the end result […]

COMPASSION AND DOCTORING

When I think about my health care education several words come to mind. They include: science anatomy and physiology analysis pathology disease diagnosis treatment All of these words were part of an excellent education that taught me the science of health care. They provided basic skills to evaluate TANGIBLE conditions with treatment protocols that followed […]

PERCEPTION vs REALITY

SUMMARY: The consumer has been lead down a path of deception using ILLUSIONS to financially support a medical model of health. By blending truth and fear the health care system has forced the consumer to¬† “surrender” to an archaic model designed to grow a pharmaceutical industry and its “accomplices,” the medical institutions. The following article […]