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An Apple a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

The apple represents the natural nourishment through whole foods and natural medicine that can sustain our health on many levels. The seeds of the apple represent the seeds of wisdom and action planted each and every day for outstanding health tomorrow.

I want to provide you with all the ‘apples’ you need, so that you can heal now, and live healthy for life. It’s okay if you don’t need me anymore…..then I know our work together has been successful. Just be sure to tell your friends! 

 

Dr. Kathy Veon, DOM

For more information on Holistic Medicine and Nutrition in Orlando, Florida, please visit: www.cfpreventivemedicine.com

 

Wisdom for the Day for True Healing

 

Authentic health and healing come through authentic change ~~ not a ‘quick fix’. The chaos of illness will continue to find you until you become authentic with who you were created to be ~~ whole, healthy and living your unique purpose……on all levels of existence….physical, mental, and spiritual. When you become authentic, chaos will no longer be able to find you.

Being authentic takes courage. Not everyone who is offered the opportunity of healing will take it….that is a choice…..and that choice requires courage. The courage to let go, the courage to embrace change, the courage to expand your vision, the courage accept something better. Today and every day choose courage… choose to be authentic…..and watch the miracles happen!

What is Holistic Medicine? What are the Aspects of Healing?

What is Holistic Medicine?

Holistic medicine is a system of healthcare that emphasizes the need to look at the whole person, including analysis of physical, nutritional, environmental, emotional, social, spiritual, and lifestyle values. It requires a cooperative relationship among all involved, leading towards optimal attainment of the physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual aspects of health. Holistic medicine focuses on education and responsibility for personal efforts to achieve balance and well being.

Physical Aspect of Healing:

~ Support the entire body with nutritionally dense food, in its most natural state, and free of chemicals, hormones, additives or synthetic nutrients.

~ Hydrate with water free of chemicals (fluoride / chloride) and additives.

~ Use whole food supplements at therapeutic levels, for a season, to reverse damage at organ and gland level and to nourish and rebuild. Avoid use of synthetic nutrients.

~ Clear any remaining tissue damage from old physical traumas or scars (Cation Mudpack Therapy is very helpful)

Emotional / Mental Aspect of Healing:

~ Heal emotional issues. Unresolved emotional issues often manifest as physical disease. Let go of negative or destructive thoughts and relationships. EVOX Therapy and Emotional Repolarization Technique are very helpful tools for healing emotional trauma. Love yourself!! Real healing happens from the inside out…not the outside in!

~ Create a healthy environment in which to live and work.  Maintain good boundaries for yourself to honor yourself and others in this journey that is ‘Life’.  Be open to learning and growing from experiences.  Live more from ‘spirit’ instead of ‘ego’

Fact: The body, mind and spirit can heal themselves. The right environment must be provided for that to happen. It is a matter of choice…..a true gift to cherish.

For more information about Holistic Medicine in Orlando, Florida please visit:  www.CFPreventiveMedicine.com

Dr. Kathy Veon, DOM, AP, CCN
1540 International Pkwy., #2000
Lake Mary, FL 32746
407-328-6711

Holistic Medicine Therapy

Holistic Medicine

Holistic Medicine

Holistic Medicine encompasses a wide array of natural and functional therapies that can bring the body back to a balanced state, free of disease. These therapies can be used alone or, even more powerfully, together.

Oriental Medicine employs many of these Holistic Medical Therapies to address all aspects of what it means to be human…..physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.  For the fastest return to health, these therapies are meant to be used together.  The most common include:

1. Nutrition Therapy in the form of Food and Herbal Medicine.

2. Acupuncture

3. Mudpacks and Poultices

4. Meditation, Physical Exercise, Stress Reduction

 

Nutrition Therapy:

We are what we eat.  This is the most true statement when it comes to the discernment we should be practicing regarding what we put into our bodies.  Our current food system is not even close to being capable of maintaining healthy bodies and minds.  Chemicals, GMO’s, processed foods, fast foods, sugars, low fat diets, unhealthy oils, and nutrient deficient foods are the mainstay of the American diet. Is it any wonder that chronic, degenerative disease now affects over 55% of all Americans?  A return to nutrient dense, locally and sustainably farmed, organic and heirloom food sources is key to a return to health. We should not have to depend on supplements as a ‘stop gap’ to support our wellbeing.  However, until our food sources return to ‘health’ we can utilize whole food source herbs and nutrients to correct deficiencies and damage done by years of poor diet and lifestyle choices.

Acupuncture:

A stagnation in the flow of ‘Qi’ or Energy in the body results in illness.  Acupuncture has been used for thousands of years to bring balance back to a body, mind or spirit.  The laws of physics and physiology explain how acupuncture works.  Stimulating points along electrical pathways called ‘meridians’ causes changes to the rate of oscillation of water clusters in the body, and induces the release of chemicals and nutrients that lead to systemic healing of the body.  Acupuncture can be used for pain relief, mood and energy, hormone balance, stress, addictions and many other illnesses.  Acupuncture is actually a small part of Oriental Medicine, comprising about 20%.  For best results, acupuncture is used along with herbal medicine, diet and lifestyle changes.

Mudpacks and Poultices:

Medicinal Poultices and Packs clear stagnation to facilitate healing.  Mudpacks act in a similar fashion as acupuncture in clearing blocked meridian pathways, but without the needles.  Mudpacks can be used to heal old trauma sites, surgery scars, broken bones, piercings and tattoos that have caused blockages in the meridian system.  They can also be used to detox specific organs and glands and restore the optimal uptake of nutrients, supporting whole body healing.  Testing is done to determine the site of the blockages as well as the organs and glands that are negatively affected by them. Therapy can be completed in office or at home.

Meditation, Physical Exercise & Stress Reduction:

Mental, emotional and physical stagnation leads to illness and decay. Modern, fast paced life with all the distractions of phones, television, drama, chaos, social networking, and other modern technology can keep us disconnected from our souls.  We may find ourselves stressed, exhausted, immobilized, sleepless, depressed and anxious.  Nourishing the connection with our souls strengthens our overall wellness. Taking time to meditate, pray, use breathing or visualization exercises, spending time in nature and physical exercise are ways to stay connected, increase our awareness of our soul’s needs and strengthen our intuition. This connection keeps us balanced in an often unbalanced world. Keeping a balance of ‘head’ and ‘heart’ allows us to make better decisions for ourselves, keeps us safe, healthy and happy.

There are many Holistic Therapies available to support and heal every aspect of being.  Instead of reaching for something to ‘mask’ the symptoms of illness, reach for something that will bring awareness to the root cause of illness.  All true healing must begin at the cause or the source……and not the effect or the symptom.  Therefore, illness is an option, not a requirement……we just have to set our sights in the right direction, and take the appropriate actions.  Healing is available for everyone.

 

Full testing and protocol supervision for chronic and degenerative diseases are offered at the office. For more information, please call: 407-328-6711 or visit Dr. Veon’s website:

www.cfpreventivemedicine.com