If a smoke alarm startled you out of your sleep in the middle of
the night, would you stumble to the alarm, smash it with a hammer and go back
to bed? You might be temporarily
satisfied – that awful, piercing noise would be gone – but wouldn’t it be
tragic if there were a fire brewing in one of your rooms? When we merely
suppress (or hammer) our
symptoms with “quick fixes”, without investigating the cause of the
symptoms, we’re playing with fire.
We’re ignoring what’s brewing within
name is Dr. Sharon Oliver – I’m an experienced medical doctor as well as a
wholistic physician, and I gladly deliver the support, training and information
necessary for my clients to heal fully.
It seems to me that the term “mind-body-spirit”
(and even “wholistic”)
has been used so much in the last couple of decades that it’s become
clichéd. It’s unfortunate because
we are truly, all of those things.
Spirit. Regaining balance in one of those areas is
helpful. Regaining balance in two
of those areas is powerful.
Regaining balance in all of those areas is full
is a dynamic process – it values the mind-body-spirit connection – and combines
the use of education, prayer, herbs, nutrition, meditation, bodywork and
medication. In my practice, I incorporate a variety of healing methods, and I
I’m interested in
creating a plan, with you that works for you. I’m interested in genuine healing.
"Quick fixes" can be really inviting, and sometimes
they're necessary, but in general, they only serve to suppress symptoms. Let's get ready to heal, for life, for real.