This week, Innovative Medicines launched its curated encyclopedia of the top effective integrative therapies & medicines that have proven to be the most versatile across multiple clinical settings. With more treatment options now than ever before (including conventional and biological medicine), and a plethora of modalities in-between, one of the biggest challenges that practitioners face is discerning which few solutions are best for the largest number of patients. After all, if any practitioner can offer only a set number of solutions to his or her patients, wouldn’t it behoove them to select the few that work best?
Of course, in order to find out which few those are, one would need to:
a) find a way to calibrate the quality and efficacy of each option,
b) compare the highest quality options to a population of patients with widely varying conditions, and
c) clinically apply just those precise therapies to a large number of patients and see repeated successful outcomes.
Only then could one identify which 5% of therapies and medicines should hold a place in 95% of advanced integrative practices. – And that’s exactly what Innovative Medicine did.
Over 20 years in the making, Dr. Thomas K Szulc, MD and other Innovative Medicine practitioners gathered, researched, calibrated, and applied thousands of clinical options from all over the world to form an index of advanced integrative therapies and medicines. This dynamic list of tools, therapies and medicines is their result and represents the top 5% of clinically tried options that continually yields 95% of the best patient results. To learn more about their processes and the structure that makes it so successful, we invite all who seek the best for their patients to learn the Bioresonance Analysis of Health system as the orchestral conductor that choreographs these treatments together in a seamless and personalized manner.
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