In the past century, there has been a tremendous shift in the way we think about medicine. We have moved from an approach that was mostly focused on treating illness and disease to one that is much more holistic and preventive. This shift has been driven by advances in medical science, but also by changes in our cultural attitude towards health and wellness. In this blog post, we will explore the future of medicine and how it may continue to evolve in a more personal, less invasive, and more natural direction. Thank you for joining me on this journey!
The future of medicine will be more personalized, with treatments tailored to each individual’s unique DNA
Personalized medicine is the future of health care and disease treatment with treatments designed and tailored to each individual’s unique DNA. Already, genetic tests are impacting how medical experts are able to treat patients according to their specific genetic traits, diagnoses and responses to medications. This means that rather than a one-size-fits-all approach to treatment, doctors will be able to identify the specific therapies that can best address an individual’s health issue and better manage their disease status. With personalized treatments tailored for individual needs, it’s certain that this new trend in modern medicine has a bright outlook for bettering patient care and overall outcomes in the future.
Less invasive procedures will become the norm, as technology advances allow for more precise targeting of specific areas
Over the years, medical technology has evolved to help identify and target areas more precisely than ever before. This means that less invasive procedures are becoming increasingly commonplace for healthcare professionals to treat a wide range of illnesses and conditions. Although this presents potential challenges when it comes to diagnosis and accuracy, the advantages far outweigh these concerns, in particular with respect to patient comfort.
For instance, certain surgical operations that were previously open-ended, now require only several small incisions rather than a full-body procedure, making them much less daunting of an option than they used to be. Furthermore, many of these procedures can be done remotely with robotic assisted equipment, reducing infection risks and long recoveries significantly. In conclusion, as technology continues to advance over time, it looks likely that even less invasive options will become the norm in terms of successful treatment.
More natural therapies will be used, as we learn more about the body’s own ability to heal itself
With recent developments in medical research, more emphasis has been placed on the body’s natural healing abilities. Scientists and medical professionals are increasingly utilizing therapies that allow the patient to promote their own healing using lifestyle modifications or other heal-focused therapies. For example, practitioners may now incorporate nutritional approaches, stress reduction techniques, herbal medicines and energy treatments as part of a treatment plan.
Natural therapies like these can help reduce symptoms and provide long-term relief without having to resort to medications. As we continue to learn about our body’s amazing ability to heal itself, it is likely that natural therapies will become even more commonplace in the health care setting going forward.
There will be a greater focus on preventative care, as we learn how to better identify risks and take steps to avoid them
With preventative care becoming an increasingly prominent part of our healthcare, it’s important to understand how it works in practice. Through identifying potential risk factors and utilizing a wide range of resources, the focus on preventative care is helping us all become better informed about the health implications of our actions.
Instead of waiting for the onset of illness and disease, preventing them becomes a natural choice, with helpful guidance and advice. In addition to allowing people more control over their wellness path, pre-emptive healthcare can also reduce economic costs for both individuals and society as a whole in the long-term. As we continue learning more about preventative medicine and its benefits, who knows what kind of advancements may come from this important field?
Technology will play an increasingly important role in medicine, from diagnosis to treatment and even surgery
As technology continues to evolve and advance at a rapid pace, its uses are becoming more and more diverse. In the field of medicine, these advancements are revolutionizing patient care. From using online patient portals to streamlining medical diagnoses, technology is taking medical treatment to an entirely new level. Eventually, doctors may even phase out traditional surgery techniques in favor of robotic surgeries that allow for faster, less invasive procedures with greater precision.
Technology will undoubtedly be an integral part of the future of medicine, giving physicians more efficient ways to diagnose and treat diseases, as well as perform complex surgical procedures.
Some personal thoughts
Picture this. You go to a doctor who scans your body with a hand held device. It buzzes a little bit, and then a holographic image of your energy body is projected into the room. You and the doctor together can see areas where things are not flowing as they should. Maybe your heart, or your lungs, or your muscles are not functioning optimally and they show as blockages.
You then meet with a counselor who helps you see what thoughts you are holding onto that contribute to the blockages.Next you enter a room with a comfortable looking couch and you lay down. Several healers gather around you. Your holographic image is projected overhead. The healers then begin to use hand held crystal devices that project sound and light vibrations to different parts of your body. You watch your holographic form as its blockages clear.
You see yourself becoming whole and complete again in every way. Your energy patterns all reform to perfect health.When they are finished, after about an hour and a half, you are encouraged to rest for a while if you like. Then you are offered a cup of healing tea while you meet one more time with your counselor, who helps you create a plan for living in which the blockages will not come back.
There is a meditation space on the way out of the healing facility and you stop there – as you always do – to give thanks for your wholeness, and to make a commitment to the changes that will keep you healthy.
Of course, you are still a human being, and even a fifth dimensional human being can have some circumstances arise where blockages form again. So you will probably be back. You feel wonderful though, and it didn’t cost you anything. You know that any ‘payment’ will come in the form of you helping someone else, whenever you can, and wherever you can.
All in all, it was a pretty nice day.Just a story? A future vision?
You decide.Blessings, Elaine