Nutrition Diagnostics - Building A Health Team

Building A Health Team

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As long as the nutritionist knows how to co-consult to collaborate to balance chemistry.

 

If advice conflicts it may conflict the chemistry balancing.

 

I understand some prospect clients have history with their health practitioner and they need to build trust.

 

So the health team will collaborate to balance chemistry.

 

It is important that we do not play ping pong with the nutritionist and the client becomes the ping pong umpire as the client

will not get results.

As long as the nutritionist knows how to co-consult to collaborate to balance chemistry.

 

If advice conflicts it may conflict the chemistry balancing.

 

I understand some prospect clients have history with their health practitioner and they need to build trust.

 

So the health team will collaborate to balance chemistry.

 Too many practitioners that are not sharing the same philosophy will not be on the same page to balance chemistry, this does not create accountability and will lead to deflated expectations, poor variable control and enable dream stealers.

It is important that we do not play ping pong with the nutritionist and the client becomes the ping pong umpire as the client

will not get results.

Nutritionist: Megan Machtol – would like to potentially co-consult


Doctors practice medicine to diagnose and prescribe medication.

 

What does an integrated doctor do? Drugs and supps.

What does a functional doctor do? Drugs, Supps and diet.

 

Good question to determine how advice will conflict and who she will consult and how will we balance her chemistry.

 

This co-consulting.

 

I am ok with this considering her friend referred not LVS.

 

She did go to LVS but the friend referred.

 

So I would explore what has she tried. What has she not.

 

What kind of conflict would she be up against?

 

What does she want to get from a doctor?

 

Diagnosis or drug script.

 

The clients is the ceo of their health company we are employed to be apart of the team.

 

The client makes the decision not the doctor.

 

Seeing a doctor does not control them or us.

 

We have to take a collaborative approach.

 

Maybe to dispel conflict if she reads our blogs and understand the health model?

 

https://www.nutritiondiagnostics.com.au/blog/disease-begets-disease/

 

https://www.nutritiondiagnostics.com.au/blog/the-politics-of-health-the-flexner-report-and-its-impact-on-modern-healthcare/

 

https://www.nutritiondiagnostics.com.au/blog/the-politics-of-health-part-2/

 

https://www.nutritiondiagnostics.com.au/blog/why-most-health-professionals-dont-know-much-about-blood-chemistry/

 

https://www.nutritiondiagnostics.com.au/blog/blood-chemistry-how-we-use-blood-chemistry-and-cbc-analysis/

 

COMMITMENT:  Christine rated her health as a 9/10 priority. Her main hinderance is if the timing is right for her as she will be traveling to and from Tasmania to help her daughter with her identical twins soon. She also wants to find the balance of doing a program while still being able to socialise and travel. Discussed with client that this is not a fad diet, and we are here to provide her with the tools and support to educate her how to navigate through obstacles, how to eat out etc, as that will always be a part of life. Her other questioned raised was if we work alongside integrative doctors. She is worried she will get conflicting information. I advised client it can get complicated when there are practitioners providing different advice. Discussed we provide a health report based on blood chemistry and for best results controlling variables and committing to the food and supplements. Acknowledged doctors do play a role in medical management and we request open communication between what has been advised by doctor. She questioned if we recommend a Doctor who is familiar with ND protocols and supplements that she could swap to as she only recently started to see her current integrative doctor as her last one passed away. Questioned the company history and how the IRP was developed? Discussed company history and referred to section on website to read further. Wednesdays and Thursdays work best for appointments, she cannot consult on Tuesdays. Has a supportive husband and would love to get him to do a program but for now is happy to do it by herself.

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