The Big Secret of Clinical Mastery
by Dr. Freddie Ulan
When I talk about Clinical Mastery, people tend to think “What are the tricks I need to learn to solve the tough cases?” This is the idea that many people have about Advanced Clinical Training, that it will finally teach you the things that nobody else has told you before, that will fix the body. Turns out that’s about as far from the truth as we can get.
Our ultimate task is to put our patients back in charge of their bodies so they can reach their spiritual goals and actually think about things like that. One thing that ties the enemies of our group together is that they tend to be anti-spiritual. They think you are mud, made from mud, electrically charged mud. Their definition of health is someone who is not complaining. Very different definition from the one we work with.
Our definition of health is much more in alignment with the ancient Chinese wisdom of dynamic health. You can be so healthy that a shock or period of deprivation will not knock you down.
People ask me why I am in the healing business. I see beings that if they could get their bodies out of the way, they could actually experience life at a spiritual level, they could experience their own creativity, become the loving parent, the game player, if their bodies weren’t so toxic, weren’t so deficient.
What does it take to attain Clinical Mastery? How do you measure Clinical Mastery? We had to amend the definition of that to fit the economics of our time and the amount of time we have to do the job. Part of the definition of Clinical Mastery becomes this: How many people can you effectively see and put in charge of their own lives? So that all they need is a little guidance after awhile so you have time to see all the others.
I’ve been taking a look at what it takes to achieve Clinical Mastery for decades. I had to accomplish this for myself first. Obviously, getting sick people well was the key point that had to be solved. I found that I had to first get people to realize that they were responsible for the condition they were in.
I began to learn this when I studied the works of L. Ron Hubbard in which he teaches that we are each responsible for the condition we are in. This datum opened the door to how do I undo the damage that had been done to my patients and that opened the door to a big booming practice, bigger than I could handle. And so I had to become a better clinician just to handle this growing practice.
I thought I could save you people so much time and effort by telling you what the correct procedure was. I thought that would do it. But for some reason, while I knew people had to drill the procedures for the physical healing side of the technology, I completely underestimated what it took to master THE most important part of Clinical Mastery. In my thinking I didn’t take a big enough view of this.
The most important part of your Advanced Clinical Training is the Practice Growth Accelerator which isn’t even part of your Advanced Clinical Training. The reason I know this for sure is that having graduated over 300 students from the Advanced Clinical Training, there’s many of them who are not expressing their potentials yet, for a polite way to say it, in terms of how many sick people they are getting well. And how much these sick people getting well creates feedback from the community in terms of people coming into the practice. And they think this has something to do with their technique.
When I looked at the statistics on this I saw something that was really interesting. The patient management aspect of this is so important that this is the one place in your practice that errors, just minor errors, are completely unforgiving. Whereas you could mess up in other areas and the patients would still get improvement.
The error committed on the patient management aspect bites much deeper than any error you will ever make on which supplement should I give or what dosage should I give. If your patient management implementation is 100% correct, the patient will stay with you no matter how poor your body scan and nutritional recommendation are. I know, I have experienced this before we had our work down to the science that we have now and there were many gaps in our technology. We had patients who would not leave despite the fact that they were not getting well.
I don’t know why it took me so long to see the significance of the patient management procedures and the exact right way to intake a patient. I see it time after time, doctors who don’t have time to do the full procedure and then wonder why the patients don’t stay around to get well. The exact report of findings – it took two years to develop exact report of findings that we teach.
I am still seeing doctors shortcutting this step. But in truth, the correct order of magnitude is that you need to be able to deliver a report of findings better than you can find a lock.
You won’t have to invent marketing activities to keep your patients around because the practice just literally builds on itself when all those basics are in place. So much so, that for new guys coming in, Practice Growth Accelerator is going to disappear from our nomenclature. It is Advanced Clinical Training Part One.
This is the new viewpoint. It’s about gradient scales. What happens when you miss a gradient, one of the essential steps in learning some subject, where later steps are built upon those earlier essentials?
Part One of Advanced Clinical Training is knowing how to handle the nutritional aspect of the patient’s case, knowing how to handle the patient as a nutritional patient. That is THE most important part of Advanced Clinical Training because it doesn’t matter how good you are at finding a lock or doing a body scan or doing a resonance test, if you cannot get the patient in there with you, fully on board, with one motivation which is to help you help them.
Wouldn’t you love to have all of your patients coming to you every day, and saying, how can I help you help me today? That’s the viewpoint that I want every one of my patients to have.
That’s the result of the standard application of the services that are included in the Practice Growth Accelerator. Yes, it does accelerate the growth of your practice. That’s not what it is, but that is what it produces. What it actually is, is Step One of your Advanced Clinical Training. If you did not get the full benefit of that, you skipped a gradient. And that is the answer to a practice that is not fulfilling your goals, your dreams, your ideals, your idea of what you should be accomplishing.
It turns out that it is about ten times harder to learn how to handle a patient correctly than it is to do a body scan or find a lock. Once you have the foundation in and you add a correct body scan and a correct resonance test, you will find that the most difficult patients become the easiest patients. The more difficult the patient, the more we want to look at your office procedure, your patient management procedure. Because problems in those areas are what create the difficult patients.
The big secret to Clinical Mastery is right there in Part One of your Advanced Clinical Training as it has currently been expanded. It is now a tailored program. There are some basic parts that everyone will do and there are some parts that will be uniquely selected for you. You may need them or not need them but if you need them, that is what you will get.
We’re doing this because every one of us knows how important this is. We’re doing this because we can’t stand the fact that the number of kids who are labeled autistic is going up, up, up, up. And they are autistic, they are messed up. And what about all the other kids, messed up in other ways.
We have to get good fast. Not some time next year. Every week that you do not get yourself up to your maximum potential in dealing with this particular technology, you can count hundreds of thousands of kids we do not reach, as a group.
We have a responsibility. It’s a joyful obligation, but it is still a heavy responsibility. If we didn’t have the technology to handle it, I would not stand up here and tell you this. And I will be there to make sure you can make it all the way.