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Exploring Your Changes for a Long Life

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This is the time of the year when I pay special
attention to my health for a good reason. The
seasons are changing again, and that’s when we are
most vulnerable to having dis-ease fall upon us.
Fall doesn’t officially start until September
22nd, the Autumnal Equinox, but it’s coming up
quicker than you think. Now is the time to get
ready.

Equinox comes from the Latin words, “equi” meaning
“equal”, and “nox” meaning “night.” This implies
that there will be equal amounts of daylight and
darkness. In China, the September equinox is
celebrated during the Mid-Autumn Festival, also
known as the Moon Festival. The bounty of summer’s
harvest is celebrated, and the festivities are
rampant with moon cakes, round pastries made from
bean paste, and other sweet and/or savory
ingredients.

Whenever the seasons change, we are the most
vulnerable and can easily get sick. Every day, I
see people with a host of dis-ease; some of it
from mental imbalances, others suffer from toxic
overload, colds, sore throat, itchy eyes, and even
pain. This is our human condition. But, when there
is a change, no matter if it is seasonal,
emotional, or physical, people are more
vulnerable. If the person is rigid, this will
cause pain and suffering, and eventually a
dis-ease. As Bruce Lee said, “Notice that the
stiffest tree is most easily cracked while the
bamboo or willow survives by bending with the
wind.” To be in flow with the changes takes work,
and it is helpful if you know where your strengths
and weaknesses are. Your training is important to
keep you flexible and agile but, sometimes, it
takes more.

There is always more to hidden dis-ease than meets
the eye. Every single dis-ease has a multitude of
components to it, and most doctors are only
addressing the physical. If the medical doctors
run all the tests and perform a thorough
examination and find nothing, they are more than
likely to tell you it’s all in your head, or refer
you to a psychologist or a psychiatrist. From an
alternative perspective, we look at the root of
the problem and are not just addressing the
symptoms at hand. A psychological problem that is
just treated with medicines will eventually
manifest on a physical level. I see it every day
in my clinic. I always tell my patients to get a
second or even third opinion before going ahead
with any invasive procedure. There are so many
times that your primary care doctors can
misdiagnose common symptoms. A study done at the
University of Iowa published in the Journal of the
American Board of Family Medicine showed that 202
patients most commonly complained about abdominal
pain, fever, fatigue, shortness of breath, and
rash. Incorrect diagnoses included benign viral
infection (17%), musculoskeletal pain (10%),
asthma/Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (6%),
benign skin lesion (4%), and pneumonia (4%). Final
correct diagnoses for these patients initially
misdiagnosed included cancer (16%), pulmonary
embolism (6%), coronary artery disease (5%),
aneurysm (8%), and appendicitis (6%).

Long Life MagicThere are way
too many misdiagnoses these days, and treatments
are given according to what they find, no matter
if it’s accurate or not. The recovery from the
treatments is a long, hard road and could be worse
than the disease itself.

I suggest having a Computerized Regulation
Thermography (CRT) test to find out where the
imbalance is in your body. It will give you
information that can save your life. The teeth are
checked, which most Western doctors don’t even
think about. The glands, breasts, and organs are
also checked. If there is a blockage, it will show
up on the computer, and then we can explore the
different options for treatment. It could be a
combination of both Western and alternative
medicine, but at least you will know what needs to
be treated, and you can make a more educated
choice. The CRT test will let you know what has to
be changed in your lifestyle, diet, exercise, and
habits. You may benefit from alternative
treatments like acupuncture, medical Qi Gong,
herbal medicine, and homeopathic medicine that can
dovetail with your conventional treatments. Be
flexible and don’t let your doctor scare you into
something. The CRT will be a good way to find out
what’s going on from a different perspective.
Computerized Regulation Thermography (CRT) is a
safe, radiation-free, non-invasive, painless, and
cost-effective whole-body scan method for
discovering hidden dysfunctions and infections,
and it is a way of monitoring your treatment
progress. With the CRT test, we can see problems
before they manifest into health problems that may
be irreversible.

Dr. Carola Cuenca from Santa Cruz, California who
specializes in CRT and natural low-dose
medications will be here for a limited time from
September 9th to 12. Testing has to be done in the
morning when the body is still cool. I highly
recommend taking this opportunity to have your
immune system evaluated and stay healthy.

To schedule an appointment for your CRT exam,
please call my office at 305-407-0120.

I wish you the best in your Health, Wealth, and
Happiness.
Dr. Wu Dhi

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Dr. Wu Dhi has been a pioneer in alternative health care for over 30 years and a master of Medical Qi Gong. Dr. Wu Dhi completed his advance studies in neurology under the direction of Professor Sun at the prestigious Heilongjiang, University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Harbin P.R. China.
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