We will be discussing Ayurvedic Medicine and Dr. G's Panchakarma Detox & Wellness Program for Complex Illnesses
To reserve your spot at the seminar July 31, please contact:
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Space is limited!
For more info, ask our staff about the July Seminar and/or the Panchakarma Therapy Retreat happening here in Orlando in late August!
Who is Dr. Gerson?
- Dr. Gerson is known as the nation's foremost authority and researcher when it comes to the clinical use of Ayurvedic medicine in the treatment of difficult medical diagnoses.
- Dr. G is an Ayurvedic Physician, having initiated his medical journey in India, where he studied for over 10 years. He first earned a Masters Degree in Ayurveda and then became a PHD-level specialist in Panchakarma. Dr. Gerson then completed training at The Mount Sinai School of Medicine in his native New York upon a return to the United States, giving him a unique perspective and skill set when it comes to integrating Eastern and Western medicine practices.
- Dr G currently splits time between New York City and West Palm Beach.
And he's now serving the Central FL Community regularly at The Healing House!
What is Panchakarma?
- Panchakarma is the ancient system of Ayurvedic detoxification & rejuvenation therapies - designed to extend the lifespan by facilitating the removal of deep-rooted stressors and toxins responsible for complex illnesses.
- Under the treatment of Dr. Gerson, patients report significant overall improvements in stress & anxiety, energy, digestion, quality of sleep, concentration, allergies, and much more! You've got to see his work to believe it.
You've got to witness his gift to heal firsthand to believe it. Come hear it from the source at The HH!
"Whereas conventional allopathic medicine is largely occupied with the suppression of unpleasant and distressing symptoms, Ayurveda is more directed at correcting the underlying causes and contributory factors.
The two medical paradigms if appropriately and wisely implemented can truly complement each other. By combining both medical systems in an integrative approach, the probability of cure is increased."
-Dr. Scott Gerson