Medical Procedures May Be Useless
The article Medical Procedures May Be Useless, or Worse, got my attention. In my work over the years with physicians, surgeons, oncologists, nurse practitioners, nurses, radiologists and other healthcare professionals, I’ve been very aware that some medical procedures may be useless – some, downright harmful.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying you should ignore medical advice, I am suggesting that you thoroughly check it out. Just because a white coat tells you something does not make it gospel. And yes, I include myself in that. Just because I say it or write it, doesn’t mean it’s absolute or the only way.
Your job is to be your own advocate and make sure that any treatment you receive is the best treatment for you and that it actually works. My job is to offer you Medical Hypnosis in support of the healthcare decisions you make.
Medical Hypnosis can be a powerful support to enhance your medical course of care. The best part about Medical Hypnosis – there are no negative side effects.
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Medical Procedures May Be Useless, or Worse
“We usually assume that new medical procedures and drugs are adopted because they are better. But a new analysis has found that many new techniques and medicines are either no more effective than the old ones, or worse. Moreover, many doctors persist in using practices that have been shown to be useless or harmful.
More than 40 percent of established practices studied were found to be ineffective or harmful, 38 percent beneficial, and the remaining 22 percent unknown.”
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