Cardiovascular Disease Treatment: How It Works with the Bale/Doneen Method

There are six basic elements to the Bale/Doneen Method:

  • Education of the patient
  • Cardiovascular disease evaluation
  • Fire/Inflammation
  • Root causes of cardiovascular disease
  • Optimal goals to minimize risk
  • Genetics

The Bale/Doneen Method challenges the current standard of care by proposing a disease treatment paradigm rather than relying upon the presence of risk factors for predicting the likelihood of heart attacks and strokes. That is, the current standard of care simply does not do enough to actually prevent disease. The Bale/Doneen Method advocates optimal care for every individual patient identified as needing cardiovascular disease treatment.

The disease treatment paradigm is founded on the discovery of whether plaque is present in the arterial bed. This indicates that the patient is at risk for heart attack, ischemic stroke or diabetes and indicates a need for treatment. Patients identified as requiring cardiovascular disease treatment will be treated in an optimal care model as is protocol with the Bale/Doneen Method.