Optimizing recovery begins with optimizing:
- The accuracy of the diagnosis
- The knowledge of the patient
- The Patient-Doctor relationship
Optimizing diagnosis requires the ability to see into a patient’s case with both a traditional and modern diagnostic vision. It requires a human sensitivity that when necessary goes beyond what mechanical devices reveal, what Dr. Shiller calls, complementing the conventional. In medical terms, integrative diagnostics.
Optimal knowledge of the patient has to do with good old-fashioned rapport; knowing the patient as a person, her or his life story with all its relevant chapters.
An optimal Patient-Doctor relationship is a collaborative team: both patient and doctor are active in all the stages of an optimal recovery.
An optimal treatment plan – and the willingness to carry it out on the part of the patient – naturally arises when all of the above are understood and brought into play.
You already possess innate healing intelligence. Optimal treatment works with your own intelligence to bring you to optimal recovery.
With “optimal” as the standard, all the steps: pain relief, regaining function, and recognizing progress will lead to optimal recovery.
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