What's a Diagnosis? - Duke's Materia Tonica

January 1, 2019 11:32

What's a Diagnosis?
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What's a Diagnosis?

Within allopathic medicine, a diagnosis is the process of determining the disease causes of any state and condition of the body and mind which requires treatment. A diagnosis identifies the causes of disease and is not used to determine the healthy performance of any system, organ, gland, or tissue.

The Science of Diagnosing Disease

Diagnoses apply the theories of pathology using biomedical study and research to examine and determine the causes of disease. Pathology uses other theories of bioscience, biochemistry, and healing types of medicine for the theoretical medical analysis and interpretation of the states and conditions of the body and mind which have disease causes.

Physician Practice of Diagnosing Disease

A diagnosis is given by a physician who uses symptoms and/or test results for the treatment, prevention, mitigation and cure of disease through the use of drugs, surgery, and therapy.

Diagnosing Disease is for Medical Use Only
Only Doctors Diagnose Diseases 

Healing medicine does not diagnose disease. Contrary to allopathic medicine, healing medicine is something anyone is able to learn. Healing examines and identifies the structures and functions of the body, mind and sprit in association with nutrients, medicinal remedies, dietary supplements, and anything shown to have healing properties.