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You will find that it is only when by knowledge, by sight, by sense of touch, you have become so familiar with that which is normal, you will be able to recognize and normalize that which is abnormal.
-A. T. Still MD, DO
Anatomy is a living wholeness of function and should be seen as a mystery of form, not static academic structure
–James S. Jealous DO
Your gut has capabilities that surpass all your other organs and even rival your brain. It has its own nervous system, known in scientific literature as the enteric nervous system, or ENS, and often referred to in the media as the “second brain.” This second brain is made up of 50-100 million nerve cells, as many as are contained in your spinal cord.
― Emeran Mayer, The Mind-Gut Connection: How the Astonishing Dialogue Taking Place in Our Bodies Impacts Health, Weight, and Mood
We look at the body in health as meaning perfection and harmony, not in one part, but in the whole.