Internal Medicine – The Role of an Internist

What is an Internist? Someone who practices internal medicine, a specialty that deals with diagnosing, preventing, and treating diseases in adults, is referred to as an internist (though they are often referred to by their more specific sub-specialty, such as an endocrinologist or oncologist). The phrase “internal medicine” originates from the German term “Innere Medizin,”…

Post Surgery Scarring and Adhesions – Seven Alternative Medicine Solutions to Scarring & Adhesions

Post surgery scarring binds the skin.  Keloids form when the scarring is extensive causing pain and numbness.  In more severe cases deep adhesions form between neighboring structures resulting in pain, compromised ability to freely move through the normal range of motion, and other more serious organ changes. 1.  Acupuncture Treatment –  of “toxic” scarring by…

Internal Medicine and Its Benefits

In today’s rapidly growing world, health care and medicine remain controversial and important topics. The demand for doctors and health care specialists is always high, yet it takes years of specialized education and training to train these individuals. Medicine and surgery are serious professions, and the individuals who become certified physicians are highly skilled and…