Mosby’s Medical Dictionary states that it is the “restoration to health of a person afflicted with a disease or other disorder”. So, when the body is healing a formally named disease or disorder, you can say that a cure is taking place. However, Mosby’s Medical Dictionary and many others give a more medically accepted definition. They state, “a course of therapy, a medication, a therapeutic measure, or another remedy used in treatment of a medical problem…”. Legally, one requires special credentials in order to say that a cure has happened.
At Optimum Health, we leave the curing brought on by medicines and treatment of diseases to the physicians. We focus on assisting your body with healing. This means that we try to ensure that your body has what it needs to restore its own health. Then, we get out-of-the-way and watch as your body brings itself as close to its optimum health status as possible. This is a small difference but it has a huge impact. SEE TESTIMONIALS
What is the Difference Between Healing and Curing?
Optimum Health ask:
“TO CURE OR HEAL?“
THAT IS THE QUESTION
To cure or heal, what is the difference? At times, curing can be the same as healing. Only the medical establishment is allowed to use the term cure. “Cure” is typically reserved to an appearance of normalcy brought on by medicines. Heal is a term that has no real legal implications. Therefore, it can be used by anyone who helps the body to restore health by any means available.
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