Minimum to the Maximum – Dr. Paramjit Chopra, discusses how minimally invasive therapies benefit patient health physiologically and emotionally, and maximize patient well-being
Dr. Paramjit “Romi” Chopra, founder of the midwest institute for minimally invasive therapies (MIMIT), has a mission to help people, to aid them in moving forward in their lives. Dr. Chopra believes people are the foundational bedrock of a community and that all humans want to live full, rewarding lives, to the best of their god-given potential. Dr. Chopra describes the disease as ‘dis’ ‘ease’ and his goal with MIMIT is to help people live healthier lives and be the solution to their health problems. Minimally invasive, or as Dr. Chopra refers to it—enlightened healthcare—brings traditional health solutions together with more personal, complex and sometimes esoteric issues, such as feelings and thoughts. For as dr. Chopra explains, we are not robots; we have emotions and feel things and these are important in the overall scope of our care.