Pieter DeWet, MD, MD(H)
- Gain a better understanding of how to take a history that sheds light on the timing of symptoms and their potential relationship to specific traumatic events that preceded the development of those specific symptoms or diseases
- Learn how to gain an understanding and chart the timing of symptoms in comparison to critical events including physical and emotional traumas that are linked to those symptoms based on the patient’s life timeline, life timeline cycles, project purpose cycles and biogeneological cycles
- Learn how to take a detailed and accurate history on the timing, efficacy and side effects of previous treatments including conventional (including surgical and pharmaceutical) and integrative and the results of those treatments including benefits and side effects over the short, medium and long term on the patient’s condition(s)
Taking a thorough history is a critical component of a high quality integrative medicine approach to accurate diagnosis and effective treatment of patients presenting to your practice with health challenges. This includes gaining a thorough understanding of the timing of symptoms and their relationships to key events including physical or emotional traumas that preceded their development. Also very helpful is taking note if there are cycles of recurrence that can be discerned based on the patient’s life time line and mapping those to help the patient become aware of those. As powerful is helping patients become aware of events that occurred in the womb or surrounding pregnancy or even biogeneological events that might be impacting their health now and how that might be linked to the timing of their present health challenges. We will also be exploring how to take a thorough history on the timing, efficacy and side effects of previous conventional and integrative treatments that patients have undergone.