I sit there for two seconds and I’m like aw f***, I’m worrying or thinking about my to-do list.
I found Dr. Vongtama through my friend with breast cancer and she said that Dr. Vongtama was just life-changing in her journey.
We need another sentence right here of her saying Dr. V is the man.
You were treating Annie with radiation but the two things you said were:
Dr. Vongtama told her, “so you’ve got to change your diet, you’ve got to meditate, and if you have anything emotional you have to fix it.”
Annie started crying and said “I have so much emotional stuff…”
I have experienced this with her and now Annie meditates twice a day.
I wish that a doctor like Roy had been around to educate me and my family when we were going through the biggest trauma of our lives, losing both of my parents to cancer.
I’m so happy that Dr. V is here to spread the knowledge and awareness that you can heal your body, you can heal yourself, you can prevent and reverse chronic disease.
Dr. Vongtama combines his western medical training, in depth research into alternative healing, mental health therapies, and meditation, into the House of Health, a scientifically backed up system you can use to heal yourself.
I’m so excited because Dr. V speaks my language. He is the person that was missing in my families lives and treatment plan that very well may have helped saved their lives. I am so glad he is doing this work.
I marked it up. So much is because of your background as a physician and someone who heals people, but also you live this double life.
I love how in the book you work in your story about how that wasn’t always a successful journey. You weren’t always encouraged.
In fact, you got a lot of people saying, “Maybe you should keep your day job.”
So I’d love to hear you just kind of explain that story because you don’t often meet physician-actors.
Yeah. And if you look at other cultures, especially ancient ones, then usually they would think or say that most illness starts in the mind or the spirit, and it kind of trickles down from there.
It’s not this one problem that you walk in with and then they slap this label on you, right?
You definitely deconstruct that in the book and it was just a pleasure to read. Because having these labels slapped onto things, it does seem to kind of help, but it doesn’t solve the problem.
But now when it’s a doctor telling you to do it, they’ll say, “maybe I’ll consider it.”
It really refreshing to hear Dr. Roy Vongtama, a western medical doctor, talk about the mental, psychological, spiritual side of health.
He is in unique position because of his training in medicine, and that affords him the ability to have a huge impact.
Dr. Vongtama says a life of significance is a victorious life, and a victorious life is not necessarily an easy life. If you are not taking risks you are not growing and if you are not growing you are not living.
It paints a beautiful picture of Dr. Vongtama who he is and what his perspective is. It informs his practice as a doctor, as a human being and someone who really exemplifies what it means to live a life of significance.
He shares so many practical tips and tools to really help you optimize your health in every way – physical, mental, emotional, spiritual.
He is so dedicated to really help heal and cure people of illness, whether it is after they have been diagnosed or before.