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作       者:Finkelstein, Michael

出  版  社:William Morrow Paperbacks

出版时间:2015-01-27

字       数:54.6万

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What would you do with your life if your health were completely restoredIf you're chronically sick, tired, or depressed, you need a medical examination that includes, but goes beyond, the exact location of your symptoms.Integrative medicine pioneer Dr. Michael Finkelstein has helped tens of thousands of patients achieve extraordinary health with his slow medicine pre*ion of Skillful Living. In this refreshing book, he guides you through the essential questions for understanding various symptoms and their causes, on a path you may never have thought would lead you to solutions. Each chapter includes the key components of a successful consultation—from revealing lessons to practical pre*ions—along with illustrative anecdotes from real patients.Taking you beyond conventional medicine to examine the intricate network of factors that lie behind many common illnesses, Dr. Finkelstein empowers you to take your health back and walk down the slow medicine path—one where the answers are in the questions.
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Dedication

Physician’s Prayer

Contents

Foreword by Robert Ivker, D.O.

Introduction: You’ve Come to the Right Place

1. Understanding Your Health: Asking the Right Questions

2. Awakening Your Seven Senses: Regaining Trust in Yourself

3. Connecting with Nature: Understanding How It All Works Together

4. Reclaiming Control: Readying Yourself for Change

5. Regaining Your Energy: Getting in the Flow

6. Recovering Your Spirit: Dealing with the Fear of Death and the Pain of Loss

7. Accepting Your Family and Cultivating Your Relationships: Where You Came From and Where You Are Now

8. Embracing the Future: Living Skillfully

9. Taking the Leap Toward Extraordinary Health: Moving Forward

A Review of All 77 Questions

Acknowledgments

Notes

Index

About the Author

Credits

Copyright

About the Publisher

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