Deep Healing with Len Saputo, M.D. & Vicki Saputo, R.N.

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Does your doctor gather with other doctors to sit with you in a healing circle to discuss your needs? Probably not. If the standard of care you're accustomed to is considerably more sterile than that, you'll be heartened to hear Dr. Len Saputo talk about his vision - and practice - of healing as it should be. In his view, modern medicine falls tragically short because, "What's important is not so much what you do to a person, in terms of the biochemistry and physiology. It's looking at the deeper essence of who they are and what went wrong in their life, or what led to the body needing to show back to the person that there was something wrong." This deeply holistic approach is what each of us is longing for. But even if you're unable to be treated by Dr. Saputo or his wife, nurse Vicki Saputo, they have recommendations for how you can take charge of your own health through simple lifestyle choices - and by knowing when it's time to call on the big guns of conventional medicine. As this caring partnership tells us, "We have to have a return to healing, and that's about community and love and connecting. It's about sharing and giving." (hosted by Michael Toms)

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Len Saputo, M.D. is board certified in internal medicine. He and his wife, Vicki Saputo, R.N. are co-founders of the Health Medicine Forum and the Health Medicine Center in Walnut Creek, California, a pioneering center for integral medicine.

Dr. Saputo is author of:

To learn more about the work of Len Saputo, M.D. and Vicki Saputo, R.N. go to healthmedicinecenter.net.

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • Why your digestive tract is so important to your immune system
  • What the difference is between curing and healing
  • Why medicine is not really a science
  • Why it's so dangerous to go to the hospital
  • What six steps you can take to take charge of your own health
Host: Michael Toms      Interview Date: 11/28/2009       Program Number: 3331