Right for me?

In medical school, we are taught that 75-80% of making a diagnosis comes by talking with the patient.  Those of us who use complementary medicine take the listening part seriously, but are not as much concerned about making a specific diagnosis that fits into a coding book and has prescribed a treatment of drugs and surgery.  We are more interested in helping the body function the way it was made to function.  Our conclusions are organized differantly and often respond better to more natural therapies.

You can help you by taking the questionnaires and reading about common problems that we see and treat.  This section is for you to do a little self-assessment.

The information on this website is only the opinion of COHA. It is not meant to be medical advice. Before you do anything, you should seek the advice of your personal physician. This is information only. No treatment is proposed, no cure is implied, and no claim is made for the effectiveness of any treatment or test.

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Dr Chappell seeing IV patient