Reno Healthcare Philosopher Dr. Kevin Chan

BY DR. KEVIN CHAN | NOVEMBER 30, 2019

"Most books out there are on therapies, or what should I do, what should I take, what therapies I should be doing, what exercise I should be doing, and what nutritional supplement we should be taking. There's not a book out there that talks enough on the philosophy of health. Instead of just talking about what to do, not enough emphasis has been placed on WHY DO I HAVE TO BE HEALTHY?"

"The philosophy of health is what I'm trying to go after here. Most books out there are on what to do and I'm really trying to educate people on WHAT HEALTH REALLY IS, and how to approach health, and why do we have to be healthy on the first place."

"It's thinking right - that mindset that I believe that will eventually drive health care reform. It's not just what to do, what should I eat, and what type of exercises or meditation should I be doing, but an approach, a system which is based on Chinese military strategies from Sun Tzu on The Art of War, and based on that concept, what specifically to apply in health care" - your own health awareness and health destiny management.

 


Health Destiny Management

A 12 Week Journey to Your Health Destiny

The typical health destiny for moView the Art of Health Book by Dr. Kevin Chan on Amazonst of us will be as we age we start to get sick and they will be given medications. With medications, they create side effects and then we'll be given more drugs - more side effects - and then more drugs and then eventually a nursing home. Is that the path you want to take?

Health Destiny Management focuses on making the right health care decisions so that we can guide patients to the right direction and therefore they reach the good destinations.

"Health is a an action which one chooses not a reaction to a response of being ill." Dr. Kevin Chan.

 

 

 

 

 


Dr. Kevin Chan holds an undergraduate degree in Neural Science from Brown University and a graduate degree in Physiology from the University of Maryland.   After obtaining his degree in Osteopathic Medicine, Dr. Chan completed his residency in Family Medicine and subsequent fellowship in Occupational and Environmental medicine at Mount Sinai School of Medicine.

Dr. Chan further specializes in Integrative Lipidology in which he synergizes Functional Medicine with Oriental Herbology and Medical Acupuncture. Dr. Chan is also a Fellow of the American Society of Angiology and completing his Chinese Medicine advanced education at the White Pine Institute, pursuing his fellowship in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona and a fellowship in Anti-Aging Regenerative and Functional Medicine at the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.

He is certified in hormone pellet insertions with BioTE. Dr. Chan is listed under www.holisticboard.org, www.functionalmedicine.org, and www.worldhealth.net and a member of The Leading Physicians of The World and is featured in the Phoenix Magazine Top Doc 2014.

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