Green Lake Healing Center


Natural Healthcare

Natural health care comes from the desire to support one’s health using natural modalities. Herbal medicines, supplements and diet are the primary ways that promote our health. Combining both ancient and modern approaches, the Natural Health Consultation designs a program to help your state of health move toward balance.

Chinese Medicine
The Chinese Medical System is one of the oldest holistic paradigms of health in the world. It is based on the observations of ancient Taoist philosophers watching the effects of human health in relationship to the seasons, the aging process and one’s environment. Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) includes a simple style of living centered on moderation and attunement to natural cycles as the key to a long and harmonious life. With its main focus on preventing disease as well as curing it, TCM is comprised of a variety of internal and external modalities such as herbal medicine, moxabustion, cupping, qigong, Tui Na acupressure massage and dietary therapy.

Naturopathy


Naturopathy is a healing system that focuses on the body's vitalistic ability to heal and maintain itself. Naturopathic philosophy is a holistic approach to finding the least invasive measures necessary for symptom resolution hence avoiding or minimizing the use of drugs or surgery.

How can Natural Healthcare help?

               Natural Health Care can assist both acute and chronic conditions and is also used to promote well-being. It can also complement existing therapies that the patient may be receiving from another practitioner. Herbal medicine and nutraceuticals have been shown to be effective for an array of ailments.     

The Treatment:


Herbal Medicine: Herbs have been used to aid people with their health ever since both existed. Archaeological findings, anthropological medical writings, religious scriptures, ancient healing systems and modern research validate the important use of herbs to promote people’s health. Herbs are properly prescribed to assist in one’s healing and maintenance of good health.
Diet Therapy: is the use of specific diets, foods and nutrition to specifically correct problems a patient may have.
Exercise: Yoga, tai chi,  qigong, meditation, are all considered when helping someone to design their natural health program.
Nature’s Healers: Sleep, Rest and Relaxation, Water (Hydrotherapy), Air (Breathing), Sun(Heliotherapy) are sometimes suggested to be used to stimulate the natural healing response in the body.

Pulse: Based in Chinese medicine, reading the pulse will tell about imbalances in a patient. 28 different pulses will be felt for; in addition 12 organ systems will be measured.
Tongue: Analysis of the coating, topography, shape and color all are interpreted to see which deficiencies or excesses are in the body.
Sclerology: The lines and color in the whites of the eyes are examined. The physical characteristics and lines of the sclera such as shape and location of markings are related and interpreted to systemic health.
Iridology: Patterns, colors and shapes of the colored part of the eye called the iris. The iris can be examined to determine information about a patient’s health  This is then matched up to an iris chart, which is divided into zones that correspond to specific parts of the body.
Pressure points: Certain points on the body will tell the state of health of organs and systems in the body.
Physiognomy: Reading the facial color, lines and shape will determine a person’s state of health.
Symptom-Sign Complex: Extensive analysis of complaints will be interpreted to create a picture of one’s state of health. Each patient fills out a history form in addition to dialogue with the practitioner.
Bio-Communication: This technology sends stimuli through the palm of the hand using digital signatures that represent actual things such as specific nutrients needed and the fluctuations in the Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) of the palms are measured and interpreted by a computer program.
Hormonal Interpretation:Measurement of pulse, temperature, sugar, blood pressure, urine, saliva, and symptomology can evaluate endocrine function and which glands are deficient or excessive. 
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