For a Healthier Practice, Look Honestly At Your Own Resistance to Change
By Christopher Fuzy, MS, RD | Contributing Writer
- Vol. 11, No. 2. Summer, 2010
Just as lifestyle change can be hard for patients because it requires them to embrace new ways of doing things, nutrition and lifestyle-based medicine can be challenging for many doctors because it requires new skill sets, new routines, and a willingness to change. But don't let that stop you! The need for lifestyle-based medicine has never been greater and neither have the opportunities who can provide patients with healthy ways to lose weight and improve wellbeing.