What Is Medical Intuition?
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Offers rapid, pertinent information.
Supports and enhances assessments, evaluations and options.
Brings the power of awareness into patient/client experience.
Provides opportunity for patient/client to become a partner in their wellness journey.
“Provides Holistic View”
Assists with comprehensive perspectives for body, mind and spirit wellbeing.
Helps provide insight when people aren’t healing despite best efforts.
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Medical Intuition is a method of intuitive scanning intended to obtain information from the physical body and energy systems (biofield). Medical Intuition is designed to identify the underlying drivers and root causes of imbalance, to not only help promote physical wellness, but also emotional, mental and spiritual wellbeing, and is part of the emerging field of Complementary and Integrative Medicine (CIM).
Although Medical Intuition uses the word "medical," the use of Medical Intuition is not to be construed as the practice of medicine, psychotherapy, or any other licensed healthcare practice, and is not to be considered a replacement for medical care, medical diagnosis, therapy, counseling or treatment of any kind. Always refer to a licensed health care professional for health care. Please read our Disclaimer.
Recent advances in the field of mind-body medicine acknowledge the importance of including intuition when treating patients and clients. (Johansson-Palmqvist-Ronnenberg, 2017; Peterkin, 2017; Marks-Tarlow, T., 2014)
Current awareness of intuition in healthcare includes intuitive “hits” or “feelings” that can be random, unpredictable and unreliable. Many people believe that one must be “born with it,” or have access to special gifts. These are basic misunderstandings of the skill of intuition. Like any other skill, intuitive abilities can be developed and optimized for greater clarity, consistency and application.
Medical Intuition focuses on the use of pinpoint intuitive visualization skills and in-depth scanning to evaluate energetic structures and patterns in the physical systems of the body and the biofield that can correspond to illness, imbalance and disease. In addition, Medical Intuition can assist in addressing the energetic influence of thoughts, beliefs and emotions, and how they impact health and wellness.
The Practical Path® Medical Intuitive Training™ Certification Program provides a step-by-step method of mastery in Medical Intuition for wellness professionals. The company name reflects our mission to fuse spiritual wisdom traditions with constructive, real-world results.
Recent survey data (see below) show 94-98% accuracy rates in location and evaluation of current health issues, description of life experiences that may correspond to health issues, consistency with a known medical diagnosis, and more.
Our comprehensive program is designed to help practitioners deliver fast, accurate health assessments for body, mind and spirit wellbeing. A revolutionary new perspective in mind-body medicine, Medical Intuition can provide essential and practical support to any holistic, functional and integrative healthcare practice.
The Practical Path Pilot Study Results, 2019
Makary, M.A., Daniel M. (2016, May 3). Medical error - the third leading cause of death in the U.S. The BMJ. 353:i2139. doi: 10.1136/bmj.i2139
Melin-Johansson, C., Palmqvist, R. & Rönnberg, L. (2017, Mar 22). Clinical intuition in the nursing process and decision-making - a mixed-studies review. Journal of Clinical Nursing. doi: 10.1111/jocn.13814
Liem, T. (2017, Sep 1). Intuitive Judgment in the Context of Osteopathic Clinical Reasoning. Journal of the American Osteopath Association, 117(9):586-594. doi: 10.7556/jaoa.2017.113
Hassani, P., Abdi., A., Jalali, R. & Salari, N. (2016, Feb 10). Use of Intuition by Critical Care Nurses: A Phenomenological Study. Advances in Medical Education and Practice, Volume 7, 65-71 https://www.dovepress.com/use-of-intuition-by-critical-care-nurses-a-phenomenological-study-peer-reviewed-article-AMEP
Mickelborough, Tim (Oct. 1, 2015). Intuition in medical practice: A reflection on Donald Schön’s reflective practitioner. Medical Teacher, Volume 37, 2015 – Issue 10
Green, C., (2012). Nursing intuition: A valid form of knowledge. Blackwell Publishing Ltd Nursing Philosophy (2012), 13, pp. 98–111.
Burgess, D.J., Beach, M.C. & Saha S. (2017, Feb). Mindfulness practice: A promising approach to reducing the effects of clinician implicit bias on patients. Patient Education and Counseling - Journal. 100(2):372-376. doi: 10.1016/j.pec.2016.09.005. Epub 2016 Sep 15. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27665499
Miller, E.M. & Hill, P.D. (2017, Aug). Intuition in Clinical Decision Making: Differences Among Practicing Nurses. Journal of Holistic Nursing. 1:898010117725428. doi: 10.1177/0898010117725428
Peterkin, Alan MD, (2017, April 10). Physician intuition. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 189(14): E544. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5386850/
Use 'nursing intuition' in assessments, say senior care home staff. (2017, May 31) Nurse Older People. 29(5):7. doi: 10.7748/nop.29.5.7.s6
Lufityanto, G., Donkin, C., & Pearson, J. (2016). Measuring Intuition: Nonconscious Emotional Information Boosts Decision Accuracy and Confidence. Psychological Science. doi: 10.1177/0956797616629403
Büssing A., Lötzke D., Glöckler M., Heusser P. (2015, Jan. 28). Influence of spirituality on cool down reactions, work engagement, and life satisfaction in anthroposophic health care professionals. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 2015:754814. doi: 10.1155/2015/754814.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25694789
Pretz, et al (2014). Development and validation of a new measure of intuition: the types of intuition scale. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 27, 454-467
Marks-Tarlow, T. (2014). Awakening clinical intuition: An experiential workbook for psychotherapists. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.
Schwarzkopf, D. S. (2014). We should have seen this coming. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00332.
Cork, L.L., (2014). Nursing intuition as an assessment tool in predicting severity of injury in trauma patients. Journal of Trauma Nursing 21(5): 244-252.
Mason, R. (2000, December). Expanding Diagnostic Vision with Medical Intuition, Interviews with Jay Caliendo, Medical Intuitive, and Abraham Kuruvilla, M.D., M.D.(H). Alternative and Complementary Therapies Journal, 331-336