Confessions of a Healer: The Truth from an Unconventional Family Doctor

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MacAdam/Cage Publishing, 1994 - Health & Fitness - 228 pages
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Dr. Bonnett describes some remarkable cases from his 40 years as a doctor in a small-town practice, a major HMO, and a rural clinic in the West. His extraordinary understanding of how our minds can work to bring on the most troubling of illnesses will cause readers to reexamine their every attitude about sickness and health.
 

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Contents

CONDITIONED REFLEXES
1
PROBLEMS WITH DOCTORS
13
ECOLOGICALLY INDUCED DISEASE
37
MALADAPTIVE FOOD REACTIONS
38
PSYCHOSOMATIC DISEASES
57
NEUROLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
81
HEART ATTACK
101
CANCER
115
TEMPORAL MANDIBULAR JOINT
131
REACTIVE HYPOGLYCEMIA
137
HYPNOSIS
149
SUGGESTIONS AND SURGERY
165
THE PROBLEMS WITH PATIENTS
179
HOLISTIC MEDICINE
197
DEATH AND DYING
205
FINAL THOUGHTS AND LESSONS
213

KINESIOLOGY AND CHIROPRACTIC
123

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