One of the basics premises in Functional Medicine is systems biology. This helps providers and patients to look at the body for what it is: a complex, interconnected system. But complex medicine doesn’t have to be complicated, and we are excited to feature speakers who make it easy for doctors to understand this transition from reductionism to complexity.
Dr. Bill Sutherland is a fascinating Canadian doctor whose book “Grand Rounds: Healing Wisdom for a Complex World” caught our attention at the Functional Forum. In this podcast he shares with us his incredible journey from jazz to medicine, through family, martial arts, world travel and depression.
What you will learn in this podcast:
- Why we have to treat complex things in a complex way
- Different ways to address complex situations from ADD to Cancer
- The greater context of the role of the physician in creating health