Why we need to consider multiple perspectives when it comes to healthcare

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Why we need to consider multiple perspectives when it comes to healthcare

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Our culture is obsessed with following healthcare trends. When it comes to trends, people often follow them regardless of whether or not they make sense. This is true with things like trying to be on point with the latest fashion trends or always feeling like you need to buy the newest and coolest smartphone. Buying into trends is not only seen when it comes to things like fashion and music, but it also happens in the world of healthcare. When it comes to health, many common problems (such as attention issues or a strep infection) are actually normalized because parents just assume that every child will deal with these issues at some point. But just because something is common does not mean it’s normal and as parents and healthcare providers, we need to question these “trends”.

When we become so accepting of these healthcare trends, we begin to narrow a path of resolution. Instead of looking at multiple perspectives, we are trapped into a way of thinking specific to what mainstream or traditional healthcare is telling us. However, I believe resolution is possible and that if you give the body what it needs you can turn many things around. In this episode I share some case studies of patients I have worked with personally and how I approached their unique needs. It is never my goal to take away from traditional healthcare. I believe there is a time and place for it, but my desire is to see healthcare professionals collaborating and sharing multiple perspectives in order to really help our patients gain healing and success.

In this episode, we cover:

  • The problem with some trends and why we need to be aware of them
  • Common does not equal normal
  • Looking at multiple possibilities and perspectives
  • You do not need to stay stuck!
  • Why collaboration is essential
  • The reason my intake form is so long and how it informs my approach for each patient
  • How parents (and especially moms) set the tone for their families
  • Connecting the dots between past and present
  • Emotional regulation in parents and how it affects their kids
  • Helping kids bring down their triggers
  • Case study: a child who gets so upset they pass out and what I’m doing to help
  • There is not just one way to do things
  • Big news – a new app coming your way in 2024!

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More about Connect My Brain:

Why is this happening to my kid and what can I do about it? If you are the parent of a developmentally delayed child then you’ve probably asked this question more than once. That’s where I come in! I’m Dr. Laura Hanson and I specialize in identifying the “why” and telling you the “what.” Join me every Thursday for a deeper look at how our brains are wired and how to get the most out of your mind. Are you looking to break negative patterns, overcome mood disorders, or optimize your potential? Maybe your child struggles with ADHD, OCD or other learning difficulties. Tune in to Connect My Brain, where I explain concepts like biofeedback and neurofeedback, brainwave frequencies, and much more. Let me help you change your life by changing your mind! Contact me HERE.

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