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Got To SHINE: A Guidebook for True Health and Sustained Wellness in the 21st Century Paperback – May 1, 2015
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About the Author
Wally Taylor, MD, is a practicing physician with over thirty-five years of experience. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, he served as an ear, nose, and throat surgeon in the US Army, before settling in Alamosa, Colorado, with his family.
In his twenty years of work as an ENT doctor, Dr. Taylor routinely came across patients with severe and chronic autoimmune and inflammatory conditions and became frustrated at standard medicine’s limitations in treating these conditions.
Over the decades his practice has evolved to become a blend of western medicine and functional holistic care, in which the goal is to use the body’s natural ability to detoxify and repair.
Dr. Taylor currently lives in Austin, Texas. When he isn’t treating patients, he enjoys photography, cycling, and spending time with his family.Learn more at http://www.texasintegrative.com/.
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Perhaps the strongest thing I can say is that very little in this book struck me as doubtful. While some complexities were doubtless glossed over, I did not encounter any apparent exaggeration or implausible claims. For this field, that's saying a lot.
So why only 4 stars? The work does get a bit abstract in places, even though I'm a pretty abstract thinker. Presumably for the sake of conciseness very few details about actual treatments are presented. The main reason I rate it only 4 stars is that I'm not sure who the audience for this book is. Clearly it's useful for prospective patients of Dr. Taylor or another highly qualified alternative medicine specialist. For others it may be useful for making some sense of what they read and getting a feel for what is out there and what sorts of help they may need. If you are in doubt about whether it would be worthwhile to visit an integrative physician or an alternative provider, this book may help you. (FWIW, the main problem with traditional MD's seems to me to be that they simply don't have time to keep up as medical knowledge is doubling rapidly while they maintain a heavy patient load, and even med schools aren't up to date.)