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  • Tania Velasquez

    I work with both "Eastern" and "Western" practitioners- it's very unfair to illustrate that perspective of modern medicine. Eastern approaches are wonderful. And Western medicine is also incredible-because of it we are no longer dying of things like polio and small pox. We are all on the same side and it is to help people feel their best. East vs. West debate is not productive. Something to think about.

  • Madelyn Griffith-Haynie

    @Tania Velasquez - Thanks for your comment. Either/or is rarely depicted evenly, and many don't think to look for bias. One of the problems of Info-graphics (or graphics, period - no room to expand for explanation or nuance). I take from BOTH disciplines as well (and have quarrels with the turf wars of either) xx, mgh

  • sarah c

    There's no denying that western medicine has saved many lives. However when it comes to most things such as chronic pain,headaches or stomach issues ;they just treat the symptoms and not get to the root of the problem.

  • Madelyn Griffith-Haynie

    Sarah Chintomby c - chronic situations do seem to be managed better with Eastern approaches, I agree. Western medicine that combines the wisdom of the older Eastern traditions (and does get to the root - which I agree, it rarely does, hamstrung by its definition of "scientific" and its resistance to exploring anecdotal evidence), it can be pretty darned good. Sad that it's not, huh?

  • Madelyn Griffith-Haynie

    Not sure why, but the letters I typed after the "@" were changed on post - sorry if it ended up pointing to the wrong Sarah. xx, mgh

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