Allopathic Medicine: Part 3 - The Development of Medical Practice

by Jason J. Duke - Owner/Artisan

Fresh Content: August 24, 2022 00:12

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Medical practice is done by pathologists who use pathology to treat, prevent, and manage the causes of diseases and health-related conditions that have been diagnosed, such as the non-functioning of the body, any systems, organs, glands, and tissues, as well as any states and health-related conditions of sickness and illness within the emotions and mind.

Licensed to Practice Allopathic Medicine

Allopathic medicine uses government and industry approved methods of licensure to become a practitioner. Licensing is done by the oversight of each individual state medical board where any type of allopathic medicine may be practiced with such a license.

Development of Medical Healthcare

The medical healthcare industry advances in the various fields of pathology by using three main agreed upon methods:

  • Statistical meta-analysis of studies and clinical trials
  • Medical consensus by a panel of experts
  • Evidence-based peer-review

Allopathy is Different From Other Forms of Medicine

Allopathy medical healthcare treats, prevents, manages, and cures the causes of disease and is not to be confused with healing, growth, and the development of the body, emotions, mind, and spirit in supporting their health, wellness, and well-being with nutrition, supplementation, and other forms of non-pathology medicine.

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