Doctor Larsen, can you help me with condition X? Or, can you help me with condition Y?, etc., etc. I routinely get questions on whether I can help somebody with their health conditions.
And here is my answer…
Many named and blamed conditions have responded to my care. By looking at the whole person and discovering WHY that individual’s health is failing, many conditions simply go away.
A long time ago I learned from one of my mentors that medical diagnosis today is mainly symptom descriptions, and therefore can logically only lead to symptom based treatments.
What matters more? Having the label of “headache”, or actually figuring out WHY you have a headache?
Any reasonable person would say figuring out why. But then why do we do the opposite? Why do people settle for diagnosis that is based on symptom description? Why does it matter what the condition name is?
Why do people continue to travel the roads of the medical system year after year expecting a different result?
Albert Einstein would call this insanity.
If you are going to continue to travel inside the insurance-based, symptom description health model, then you are going to continue to get the same results.
You are going to get prescription drugs and surgeries. Period.
Now don’t get me wrong. Those two options are VERY important at the right time. I’m not knocking them. I’m stating that if you are tired of that model and you are out of a crisis situation, you need to look outside of that model to find what you are looking for.
To continue to put pressure and be frustrated with your medical doctor is not fair to them. It would be like being angry at your electrician because he isn’t doing your plumbing correctly, even though they are both in the construction business.
They each have different jobs, and different tools. And the same thing happens in the health world. It’s just that in the health world, there is LOTS and LOTS and LOTS of money to be made on prescription drugs.
So things get more complicated.
I think you get the point, which is why you are searching out “alternatives” and have found my website. But ask yourself this, as you read what I have to say…
Is it really “alternative”?
Alternative to what? Drugs and surgery? That is what we are calling “health care”? We need to think about these things. Our language and how we describe things. If we are going to get out of this chronic disease problem we have created, we need to really stop and think.
Why is looking at the body at a causal level considered “alternative”?
Looking at toxicity, chronic infections, how your central nervous system is performing, cellular function?
Click on the conditions and read more for yourself.
Deepen your understanding of the human body and what is possible. Your future health depends on it.