Our model of human anatomy is incomplete and outdated. It’s time for a better one.
In practicing emergency medicine for over a decade, I’ve come to recognize a prime emergency that has not been diagnosed.
Our current understanding of human anatomy is incomplete and outdated.
You are more than a collection of organs and atoms—you also have feelings, thoughts, desires, energy, awareness, and more. These important and meaningful aspects of what you are must be represented in the way we see ourselves, as part our very anatomy.
We must develop a model of the complete human being. This is the key to going beyond managing diseases to achieving healing, cure, and the peaks of human potential.