Pioneering health institute bucks the existing one-size-fits-all, symptoms-based, crisis oriented healthcare system with a landmark genomic-based, "systems approach" towards predictive, preventive, personalized, and restorative medicine.
Santa Monica, CA (PRWEB) September 23, 2008 -- All systems, whether natural or man-made, simple or complex, have a design with a unique purpose. If the desired end result is achieved, it is safe to say the system is working. The human body, the most elegant, complex, and integrated system of all, is designed to sustain life. Our present-day healthcare system is designed to keep the body healthy. However…
Over 2,000,000 people over the age of 45 die each year in the United States due to diseases that are mostly predictable, preventable, and treatable.
Our healthcare system is not working.
Enter CENIGENT (http://www.cenigent.com [CENIGENT]), a pioneering medical institute in Santa Monica, California which, after five years of Research and Development, has implemented a revolutionary genomic-based "systems approach" to healthcare. Dr. Lida Ghaderi, a board-certified internist with a medical doctorate degree from UC San Diego Medical School and the Founder and Medical Director of CENIGENT, worked for several years in a variety of existing healthcare practice models, including hospitals, urgent care, antiaging, and integrative practices, and served as the Medical director of a large HMO. Dr. Ghaderi found herself extremely dissatisfied with the existing practice of medicine. Namely, far too little time was allowed to build what she calls the "sacred and necessary" doctor/patient relationship, to perform comprehensive health assessments, to educate, and to elicit change. More importantly, Dr. Ghaderi could see the system and our current medical approach wasn't working. Because of the traditional crisi
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