At The Wellness Way our care focuses on preventative measures rather than reactive.
In this segment Dr. Patrick reveals how women with the pre-determining gene which causes breast cancer are often pressured into cutting their healthy breast tissue off. Often, fear mongering occurs so that women feel obligated to comply. He then goes on to explain how humans cannot be genetically engineered for disease, and that it is preventable.
Yes, the gene exists, but it will only evolve into cancer if it is triggered.
He says that the doctors’ testing process is “dramatically incomplete” and emphasizes how cutting healthy breast tissue off should not be the only viable option to avoid breast cancer.
After battling breast cancer, women are often put on an estrogen-inhibiting drug. This is because breast cancer comes from a dominant form of estrogen. Dr. Patrick criticizes the notion that the only way to avoid recurring breast cancer is by inhibiting the production of estrogen in the body.
While the female hormonal system is his passion, Dr. Patrick Flynn knows that unbalanced hormones can be detrimental to a woman’s body. One of his patients had elevated levels of 5 out of 7 estrogens. This meant that cancer in the future was inevitable. With guidance from Dr. Patrick and lifestyle changes, her hormones then became regulated which depleted her chances of a cancer diagnosis.
Dr. Patrick then quotes Morpheus from The Matrix, he says, “I’m trying to free your mind, Neo. But I can only show you the door. You’re the one that has to walk through it.”
Our health care system today never actively solves a problem, instead it prescribes a drug after it is already too late.
At The Wellness Way, we understand real differences are made from lifestyle changes in our patients. With our guidance, the correct changes can be made, and the proper results will show.
At the end of the video, Ross says, “The very thing we stand for at The Wellness Way is being able to see people have the opportunity to see their healthcare problems solved.” and that “I love the skin I’m in, I want to take care of it.”