You just call me "Doc". I hate diseases but I love to diagnose them, and have been treating patients for 32 years now, after graduation from the UST College of Medicine and Surgery with Post-grad. Internship training in the Mary
You just call me "Doc". I hate diseases but I love to diagnose them, and have been treating patients for 32 years now, after graduation from the UST College of Medicine and Surgery with Post-grad. Internship training in the Mary Johnston Hospital. I can write my professional opinion or conventional medical treatment a client/patient may need to get well or just to be basically informed about their illness.
It hadn't been that easy in my past experience to fight for the lives of sick persons dying in front of us, however these situations since then have been so rewarding when patients survived in our hands and we see them recover or get well as soon as they possibly could.
In the Life Extension Medical Center, I had long years of OPD work in the fields of Family Medicine and Geriatrics. I had been particularly interested in treating Endocrinology and Neurology cases. Some patients of mine were young male and female adults whose healthy lifestyles were maintained well. Some others now take their children to me for clinical consultations in the schools' med. clinics, but most cases were elderly who reached their maximum life-span.
I also studied Physical Therapy in the FMSFI, and a little Sports Medicine to equip me in conditioning professional boxers & some amateur athletes, sometimes treating minor injuries they had during their sports training and competitions.
Whereas I only did minor surgery of common superficial cases, my experience centered mostly on managing common/general abnormalities of almost all disorders of the human body functions. Healing or curing them becomes the real joy of doctors like me, and likewise, disease prevention is a challenge.
Randomly, any patient may come for consultation on any symptom and/or sign of illness that can be seen actually in the clinic. In Medical Writing, the doctor can not see physically the signs to consider for a professional advice to be given or an article to be written. This task is interesting to me because it makes me feel more of a doctor who can imagine only and does the work, or be an original-book-writing author too, that I aspire to become one. Before my visual acuity diminishes due to natural aging, and before my memory declines, I must use now my pen to write my advice and share what I know. I may express my answers to questions the readers may want to ask for. As long as my eyes can still observe, my brain can prescribe, or my hands can write about health and medical problems,,, patients or readers may consult me.
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