Is it really possible for your body to heal itself? Absolutely. Your body has restorative properties. Have you ever received a deep cut on your hand from a knife while cooking in the kitchen, at work, or working in the yard? That cut, or gash, heals because of the restorative properties that you were born with.
At the very foundation of Regenerative Medicine is the belief that we can help the body heal itself. Regenerative Medicine is about collecting, harnessing, and mobilizing the naturally occurring healing properties of your body.
RHM Clinics focuses on helping navigate the complexities of regenerative medicine. Specifically, we focus on regenerative health management, which is an active and ongoing process of helping the body heal itself over one’s life span.This model is in opposition of today’s health “care” system focusing on only illness and applying a “treat and street” care model (which is to just treat whatever symptoms are present and then let you out the door with the hope of a cure).
Patients want to spend time with, and get to know, their physician. More importantly, patients want their physician to get to know them.
When a patient is actually able to make the time to schedule and keep an appointment with their physician, that patient wants their physician to understand exactly what’s going on and why they are there. In an age of medicine where the average amount of time spent with a physician is less that 8 minutes per visit, patients are unhappy and unsatisfied. In fact, patients no longer want to be treated only for symptoms; patients are demanding, more than ever before, that physicians treat the root causes of the patients’ ailments, maladies, or diseases.
Along with this, patients are smarter – or at least better informed – than they used to be. Patients know that there are potentially better options for treatments than have been traditionally available through a medical platform that really hasn’t changed much since the 1960s.
We believe that regenerative health care should focus on:
- a process that provides both a better experience and better outcomes
- individual care and attention – and this is just as, if not more, important after the treatments as it is before and during the treatment
- the development of a long-term patient-physician relationship
Helping patients navigate the complexities of regenerative medicine is helping you
- find clarity as you work through the inconsistencies and incongruences of the diagnosis and treatment options
- guide, advise, and help each patient choose the treatment process that is best for their individual situation
- gain confidence in the specific treatment process they choose