When Seeking Medical Care

We know that most chronic conditions can be successfully addressed utilizing the protocols of Nutrition Response Testing.

There is a time and place for medicine.  We feel mainstream (allopathic) medicine is best for crisis care and emergencies. But, for whatever reason you are seeking medical care, keep the following in mind:

Always remember to get a diagnosis from the treating doctor.  You need to ask the doctor before the visit is over: “What are you treating me for?”  “What is wrong with me?”   “What does that mean?”  Having this information will give you a better idea of your doctors’ treatment plan.  This will also give you a possible foundation to build on.

Ask what typically brings this condition about.  This might help you to spot some possible causes.

If a prescription drug is recommended, find out what it is supposed to do and how it will help your condition.  Ask the doctor if he knows of any drug-free options.   Ask,

“What can I do on my own to help my condition?”

Find out what Plan “B” is.  If Plan “A” doesn’t get the job done, then what do we do next?  There may be several additional avenues to follow if Plan “A” doesn’t work.  Don’t be afraid to ask questions!  The more understanding you have on your condition, the better it is for you.

Best in health!

~Dr. Richard Sowerby

Certified Master, Nutrition Response TestingSM

*This information has not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. The statements are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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