Medicine at the Threshold
with Dr. Robert Zieve


 

In this lecture, Dr. Zieve will address how we are at the threshold of a new medicine.  In discussing The Practice of Conscious Medicine, he will address the Deeper Causes of Illness, and talk about Developing the Courage to Heal.  The epidemic of chronic illnesses in our times requires a new science of healing that takes into account the breadth of energetic, soul, and spirit realities in daily therapeutic relationships between patient and practitioner.  This enables us to embrace deeper levels of healing by integrating effective therapies on many levels.  Tuesday December 2, 2003,  7 to 9 pm in the Sedona Room.  Fee: $10.  For more information visit  www.consciousmedicine.com.
 

Books by Robert Zieve:

           
 Biological Medicine              Rhythms in Time
 

Robert Zieve

Robert J. Zieve, M.D., author, lecturer, and practitioner of Conscious Medicine, includes in his practice Homeopathy, Integrative Biological Medicine, Anthroposophical Medicine, neural therapy and nutrition.  An emergency physician for twenty-four years, he is a Board-Certified specialist in Emergency Medicine and past emergency department director.

Dr. Zieve's experience includes:

  • President of the Arizona Homeopathic and Integrative Medical Association.
  • Integrative medicine practrices in Prescott, AZ and San Diego, Cal, for eighteen years, now in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
  • Medical Director at Foxhollow Clinic in Louisville, KY, affiliated with Paracelsus Klinik in Switzerland.
  • Published books include Terrain Medicine: An Introduction; Rhythms in Time: The Homeopathic Future. and Creating an Economy of Healing
  • Dr. Zieve sees patients with problems that include cancer, autoimmune illnesses, Lyme and other chronic infections, neurodegenerative disorders, hormonal imbalances, autism and depression.

Dr. Zieve is a graduate of the Ohio State University College of Medicine and a pioneer in the field of Integrative Medicine. He was instrumental in setting up one of the first community programs in the nation for evaluating children for lead poisoning. He helped direct a holistic medical clinic in Cincinnati, Ohio long before this work was popular. Dr. Zieve studied homeopathic medicine under the auspices of the National Center for Homeopathy, as well as with several well-known homeopathic medical doctors in Ohio. In 1988 his first book, Rhythms in Time: The Homeopathic Future, was published.

Dr. Zieve has lectured to local and national groups in both clinical orthodox medicine and holistic medicine for over twenty years. He has taught university courses in clinical anatomy and physiology as well as in body-mind dynamics, taught at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine and has given lectures in Integrative Medicine to hospital medical residents. Dr. Zieve has also spoken at educational forums for psychologists and parents in such areas as curative community development, homeopathy, wellness, and holistic home care. Currently Dr. Zieve is a participant speaker in a three-year national educational program for physicians' training in European Biological Medicine.

While practicing integrative medicine in Prescott, Arizona, the Arizona Homeopathic and Integrative Medical Association elected Dr. Zieve as their president for the 1998-99 year, and then re-elected him in 1999 for another term. In his term of office, Dr. Zieve initiated programs in patient and professional education of homeopathy and integrative medicine. From 1999-2001, Dr. Zieve served as Medical Director at Paracelsus Foxhollow Clinic in Louisville, Kentucky.

Dr. Zieve is in the process of preparing books on such subjects as the psychology of healing, an integrative perspective on the first twenty-one years of life, and how we may create an economy for healing. In these books, Dr. Zieve explores the positive and transformative qualities of illness, while suggesting and demonstrating creative ways to approach the reality of illness in contemporary society.

Dr. Zieve practices in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania.

 

For further information please contact
 
Sedona Creative Life Center
  928-282-9300

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