An approach to healthcare which seeks to stop symptoms or crises so that the individual can resume as closely as possible, his/her previous life routines and actions. Success is a return to a previous and familiar place. In the Restorative Therapeutics model, treatment and prevention of symptoms is assumed to promote greater health and wellness. Therefore, the approach seeks to stop symptomatic “disturbances” to the way a person is feeling and living, using biomedical testing to determine whether the individual’s physical condition is causing their ill health.

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Blood-letting was a common practice up to the late 19th Century, and doctors were depicted smoking cigarettes well into the 20th Century.  Can you imagine what current medical practices we’ll shake our heads in disbelief at 50 years from now?

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Therapeutic approaches aimed at taking away your symptoms can help you feel better, at least temporarily, but these same approaches can actually limit your growth and transformation.