The Hippocratic Oath, historically taken by medical physicians, physician assistants, chiropractors, and other healthcare professionals upon completion of their credentials, swears to practice medicine ethically and honestly. It says, in part, that the practitioner swears to “never do harm to anyone.” It goes on to swear against “deadly medicine” and not “cutting for stone” – a.k.a. invasive surgery. How could anyone possibly keep this oath in the current system? What prescription does no harm? What invasive procedure is completely harmless?
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Iatrogenic disease is the third leading cause in the United States. In 2011 Iatrogenic disease harmed more than 280,000 men, women and children in the United States alone. If you have never heard of this disease it is because big pharmaceutical companies and the medical profession does not want you to hear about it.
Iatrogenic disease is harm or death caused by a medical professional or alternative medical professional; yes, even chiropractors can be included in that category if they are not using chiropractic principles but rather medical principles to treat or improve the condition of the client/patient.
Some professionals do not use medical principle or use drugs to reduce your over all condition. For example, we at Simply Health feel that your brain and body can improve your health far more efficiently than any drug or surgery can. Sometimes though your brain and body are not communicating very well.
Be educated about how your health is being affected. Come and listen to Dr. Durieux speak about health at our “Half Hour to Health” Discussion August 30, 2012; 7:00pm.
OR… Visit Simply Health, call us for a FREE consultation with our doctor during available business hours at (435) 688-0444.