The Western Allopathic Medicine (WAM) program is a specialty in medicine that is focused on diagnosing and treating diseases with a traditional Eastern Medicine approach.
Its members include doctors who specialize in medical specialties such as orthopedics, neurology, internal medicine, orthopedic surgery and dermatology.
The program’s goal is to identify patients who have chronic conditions that are caused by the same underlying biological processes as the diseases they treat.
A patient’s condition can be either a chronic disease or a new condition.
The illness is usually diagnosed by testing a blood sample for antibodies, and then a patient’s blood sample is taken for a culture of the bacteria or a culture that will isolate the bacteria from the patient’s body.
WAM physicians are also trained to identify and diagnose a patient with a rare disease called a chronic wasting disease or chronic degenerative disease.
This diagnosis can then be confirmed by a medical history test and by a biopsy of the patient.
The diagnosis can be made with a variety of tests and may take months to weeks.
For some patients, WAM can even help them make a full recovery.
The most common condition in the WAM program is chronic kidney disease.
Chronic kidney disease is a condition that causes the kidney to stop functioning and can cause problems with urination, bladder control and heart function.
The disease can also be caused by other chronic diseases, such as diabetes and heart disease.
In some cases, a WAM doctor can perform a procedure called a partial or complete renal dialysis, in which the patient is allowed to drink water through a tube through the abdomen, while the kidneys are drained of their blood.
This is done to restore the kidney function and restore the patient to normal life.
The other common condition for WAM doctors is chronic hepatitis.
This condition can cause liver damage and cause liver failure.
Liver failure is an uncommon but potentially fatal disease.
Wam physicians can help people with chronic liver disease recover by treating them with medication and by working closely with them on a plan to manage their disease.
Other conditions included in the program are kidney failure, pancreatic cancer and autoimmune disease.
The WAM medical staff, which includes doctors who are licensed in the state of Michigan and are members of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, also have a special emphasis on treating infectious diseases, including tuberculosis and the common cold.
For more information about WAM, visit the Wam website.