A board-certified cardiologist in Phoenix, Arizona, has decided to stop treating symptoms. Instead, he's getting to the root causes of his own health, his family's health and the health of patient's that come to him for help.
For years, he did what every doctor is taught to do. He went to Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine to obtain his doctorate in cardiology. From 2002 to 2012, he was a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology.
He went on to serve as the Chairman of the Department of Medicine at Paradise Valley Hospital and also as the Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation. At one point, he believed as most cardiologist do -- that statin drugs should be put in all water supplies. He did the usual, consulting with office patients and making hospital rounds. He interpreted echocardiograms and prescribed drugs and followed the way of the system, implanting pacemakers and performing heart catheterizations.
"I achieved partner status with the large cardiology group and was a very successful conventional cardiologist," he stated.
However, "As time passed, I was growing frustrated that despite all the pharmaceuticals and procedures, many patients were feeling worse," said Dr. Jack Wolfson. "Patients were discharged from the hospital only to return to the ER shortly because doctors are not healing anyone. The realization hit me that medical doctors were not preventing disease but only attempting to treat symptoms."
Dr. Jack Wolfson admits he was "brainwashed" for many years, avoiding nutrition and embracing drugs and surgery as the answers to health. He says everything changed when he met the love of his life, a chiropractor named Heather who ultimately changed his perspective on nutrition and the causes of heart problems.
"Since meeting her, I have changed my whole life and medical practice style. I have switched from the sickness paradigm to one of health and wellness," said Dr. Wolfson. "Most importantly, I opened my mind from the brainwashing of medical training. My explicit goal in treating patients is finding the cause of disease instead of using the band-aid approach. The CAUSE is the CURE."
He spent many years diving into chemical-free living, learning from homeopaths, naturopaths, chiropractors and various healers outside of the medical establishment. In 2012, Dr. Wolfson left his large cardiology group and opened Wolfson Integrative Cardiology. Now he is passionate about helping others clean up their lifestyle and avoid pharmaceutical drugs and unnecessary surgeries. He and his wife, along with their two boys, do not use any pharmaceuticals whatsoever, including over-the-counter drugs.
He said, "We practice attachment parenting, eat organic food, and instill a natural lifestyle into our children. We enjoy all the outdoor activities available in Phoenix. Heather and I together are The Drs. Wolfson and our motto is 'Awakening the World to Wellness.'"
He courageously speaks out about the problems of modern medicine. In a recent interview with NBC's Phoenix affiliate, he talked about his vaccination-free lifestyle and how the measles hysteria is all a racket.
Instead of being angry at healthy people who do not vaccinate, he believes that it's more important to be angry at food companies whose sugar cereals, donuts, cookies and cupcakes "lead to millions of deaths per year."
"At its worst, chicken pox killed 100 people per year. If those chicken pox people didn't eat cereal and donuts, they may still be alive. Call up Nabisco and Kellogg's and complain. Protest their products. Send THEM hate-mail," Wolfson said.
As a matter of fact, Dr. Wolfson puts the vaccine debate in complete perspective. Click here to view his full statement on what families should really be concerned about.
Or check out his website, WolfsonIntegrativeCardiology.co
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