Let's hope so. I hope that it makes every healthcare provider feel more responsible for the results achieved by their diagnosis and the medications that they prescribe
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Tempe, AZ (PRWEB) November 16, 2006
Thomas Incledon, a medical specialist for the past 17 years, announces his revolutionary guaranteed healthcare service. Incledon, Chief Executive Officer of Human Health Specialists (http://www.HumanHealthSpecialists.com ), plans to use his new Web site to help people feel better through research-based programs that are guaranteed to improve health and performance.
People put their trust and their lives in the hands of medical specialists and professionals. They deem them to be skilled, confident individuals who will stop at nothing to alleviate ailments. Yet, if health professionals are certain about the advice or treatment they give, why don't they guarantee their services? The average American spends over $10,000 a year on healthcare, expending money (willing or not) on treatments that are not certain to restore health. Why is that?
There are guarantees on almost everything available for purchase. For instance, Craftsman guarantees their hand tools for life and car companies provide warranties for 100,000 miles, but if a person is sick, it becomes the luck of the draw whether they will get well or not. The point is, when it comes to the most precious asset -- health -- there are no guarantees ... until now.
"I believe that healthcare professionals should stand behind their services," Incledon says. "I'm here to lead the way and revolutionize healthcare by offering a 100% guarantee on the health services our organization provides, because I'm confident that we can make a difference in people's lives."
Everyone's body has certain requirements to operate at its own optimal health. As a medical specialist, Incledon has dealt with countless clients and found common problems. For example, their bodies are missing an important link required for optimal health or they may have been exposed to a microorganism, which is inhibiting their health -- many times Incledon finds both. When the "link" is added or organism eliminated -- whatever the case may be -- the body begins to do its job and clients start to feel better. After 17 years of research and study of the human body, Incledon knows that when biochemical markers are synchronized perfectly for an individual's chemistry, they perform at an optimal level and they will feel better than they ever thought possible.
"People get trapped into allocating time and hard earned money in a never ending cycle of medications and doctor's visits. It is my goal and purpose to help them stop that," says Incledon.
Medical specialists are capable of doing these tests, but many are unaware of them. It takes the precise type of tests to determine exactly what someone's body needs or is missing. Testing can be done in a very short period of time and with very little effort on the individual's part since arrangements can be made for a qualified healthcare professional to perform the tests in a home or office.
Will testing cure everyone? "Not always, but I am so confident that testing makes such an impact in people's lives that I am willing to guarantee my result," says Incledon.
Is this guaranteed healthcare going to change the industry? "Let's hope so. I hope that it makes every healthcare provider feel more responsible for the results achieved by their diagnosis and the medications that they prescribe," says Incledon.
Thomas Incledon, PhD(c), RD, LD/N, NSCA-CPT, CSCS, RPT, has been involved in research on how to enhance health and human performance for over 17 years and is considered one of the worldwide leading experts on effective health and performance strategies. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Human Health Specialists of Tempe, Ariz. For more information about guaranteed healthcare services from a qualified medical specialist, please visit http://www.ThomasIncledon.com, http://www.HumanPerformanceSpecialists.com, or http://www.HumanHealthSpecialists.com.
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