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  • Writer's picturePatti Hayes

I'm sorry, there is no magic pill

Updated: 7 days ago



I'm sorry, there is no magic pill
I'm sorry, there is no magic pill

Absolutely, the phrase "magic pill" often symbolizes the allure of quick fixes or solutions that promise remarkable results with little effort. I'm sorry, there is no magic pill. In reality, such promises can lead to disappointment, health risks, or dependency. It's essential to approach any product or solution claiming miraculous effects with skepticism and to prioritize sustainable, evidence-based approaches to health and well-being. Whether it's about physical health, mental well-being, or personal development, there's rarely a shortcut that bypasses the need for dedication, effort, and Physician guidance.


Right now, it is very difficult for a patient to feel settled and well taken care of by their Primary Care Physician. Corporate or Insurance driven medical care leaves very little time for Dr.'s to establish any routines and follow-up in a timely manner. Usually, initial visits are very short, leaving a nervous patient not enough time to settle down and have a meaningful conversation with their Dr. A patient's follow-up visits will most likely be with a Physician's assistant and not a Dr. and any continuity of care is lost.


Placing trust in a doctor helps patients maintain or regain their health and well being because of 4 key elements: Mutual knowledge, Trust, Loyalty and Regard. Knowledge refers to the doctors knowledge as well as the patient's knowledge of the doctor.


Complex health issues require sorting out and handling each issue one by one.

Taking OTC (over the counter) supplements, or drugs on your own can complicate and even make medical issues much worse.


I am here to help and I will give you the time needed and the expertise needed to help you feel as well as possible.


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