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Giving You a Little Hope: The Medical System and Healing

In healing, we often forget one thing: hope. It is vital to have hope when recovering or healing from an ailment in our lives. In the medical field, hope plays an important role in healing. No matter how difficult the situation may seem, healthcare providers should always be honest with their patients, while maintaining some optimism.

The most important thing is to believe in oneself despite the uncertainties. There is a lack of focus on this crucial component of healing which is a result of the modern-day hustle and bustle of the medical system. But I encourage you to find hope in what you struggle with.

Three things to learn from this episode:

  • It's essential to look inward, get right with oneself, and believe we can fix or heal what's wrong.

  • Doctors, nurses, providers, and caretakers need hope and honesty with their patients, even when things seem unfavorable or uncertain.

  • Regardless of the medical outcome, there's always hope to find the right person or solution to help the patient.

Hope in Healthcare: "But you need to look at yourself, get right with yourself, and have a little hope. On the flip side of that, us as doctors, nurses, providers, caretakers, all of that, also need to have hope."— Dr Audra

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Think of this three-part audio series as a mini daily treatment for healing and preventing pain/injury. When you incorporate proper breathing mechanics and muscle cueing for just a few minutes a day, your brain will relax the neurological tension and spasm and allow the relief to flow. It's a method I use in my practice, and I'm thrilled to share it with you.

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