Dynamic Health Associates About Us

Our Standard of Care

We subscribe to the standard of care as stated in the Oath of Hippocrates. It reads: "I will prescribe regimens for the good of my patients according to my ability and my judgment and never do harm to anyone."

It is notable that the Hippocratic physician must follow his own judgment. Such judgment may not always agree with that of an elite committee, a government bureaucrat, or the latest "standard of care." Most importantly, the Oath of Hippocrates states that it is the good of the individual patient that must always be served—not that of the whole population, or of the insurer's or government's bottom line.

Our goal is to advise you, to the best of our ability, on what is optimal for you, under your specific, individual circumstances. You, of course, are free to follow or to disregard our advice.

"Best practices" cited by the AMA, other medical organizations, or your insurance company may not be best for you. They are likely based on aggregate statistics of studies on suitable experimental subjects, who tend to be younger and healthier than most patients, and to be free of complicating conditions.