Solving Chronic Health Challenges: A New Approach

Amy K. Davis, MD

by Amy K. Davis, MD

I am in awe of the human body, and how amazing it is that, by design, it can heal itself. This capability is under fire however. In my years of practice, I see patients with increasing difficulty in maintaining health. The annoying symptoms and chronic health problems just keep growing. I see many adults that just don’t feel well. They are tired, irritable, depressed, have poor digestion, constipation and/or diarrhea, and forgetful with brain fog to name a few common symptoms. Until a few years ago, I had never heard of brain fog. It’s not in the medical text books, yet many people have it. Children have frequent infections, are hyperactive or lethargic, irritable and have learning and behavioral problems. Allergies to foods, pollens and molds are rampant! Many diseases are on the rise. The list goes on and on.

Despite all the advances in medicine, we are not feeling better. WE ARE NOT GETTING BETTER. With widely available fitness clubs and interest in vitamins and healthy food – WE ARE NOT HEALTHY. In fact, many are feeling worse. Each generation is getting sicker at a younger age. Our children are struggling. We all know someone with Autism now, but I never saw Autism early in my medical career. The NIH published new rates recently, with 1-in-50 children having Autism. This new “norm” in medicine is not what we expect or want – not feeling well, being frequently sick, and having allergies is the new “normal”. As a medical doctor, this is unacceptable.

At Crossing Back to Health, we have developed a unique approach to evaluation that determines what you need, when you need it, and provides the foundation for healing which leads to resolution of symptoms. Every person is unique and so are your needs. We target solutions in the specific order for your body so that it can best utilize the supports provided. Each treatment plan is uniquely developed for each person, and evolves as health improves.

Dr. Amy K. Davis, MD utilizes her background in Internal Medicine, with training in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine, nutrition, homeopathic, herbal, and energetic approaches. Dr. Davis has identified effective solutions for challenging health issues. Free seminars are held at 6:30pm on the third Monday of each month and cover a variety of topics, including Autism, Digestion, etc. Call for information or an appointment, tel. 636 778-9158, www.CrossingBacktoHealth.com.