Prevention in health care is the best way to avoid any risk. Washing your hands, eating a balanced diet, sleeping fully for 8 hours, and focusing on what makes one happy, are some of the practices that can be applied in everyday life to prevent diseases or deplorable conditions. 

Most of our patients want to prevent disease. In our practice we meet the needs of each patient individually, to achieve a functional and long-term prevention. 

There is no need to wait for the body to deteriorate. With that deterioration, mental and emotional damage will arrive, making it a difficult process to repair. Prevention is the most important step to a healthy and fulfilling life path.