THE GOOD DOCTOR: Motivated by a passion for caring and health
Title : THE GOOD DOCTOR: Motivated by a passion for caring and health
Author : J. E. Block. MD PhD FACP

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Good Doctors are BORN, not made!Every year medical schools across this country graduate men and women ready to launch into their medical careers. These young people have proven they can make the grades and handle the long hours and challenging workload. But do they have what it takes to become a “good doctor?”A good doctor is motivated by a passion to bring healing to others; by a care and compassion for the patient. Those driving forces don’t automatically come with your medical degree. They’re in your DNA!Dr. Block wants to help you. In The Good Doctor you will learn…• The interesting story of how Dale Carnegie helped Dr. Block become a better doctor.• Why an integrated approach to medicine is far better than traditional or alternative methods alone.• The simple, natural remedy proven to be a “miracle cure” for so many women.• Why you are the one in charge of your healthcare, not the doctor or insurance company.• What to look for when searching for your next doctor.• Vital keys to reducing your stress levels.• Why Botox is more than just cosmetic.• Why testing isn’t always the answer.• What your thumbs, pinkie finger, ear lobes, and other body parts say about your health.• What red blotches on your arm might be telling you.• Why a compounding pharmacy might be your best option.• What your “sixth sense” is and how it can help you live a better life.Dr. Block specialized in Internal and Integrated Medicine. His practice, Integrations Health Center, was the premier Integrated Medicine center in Mid-America, providing expert traditional medical (allopathic) care and Alternative Medicine. Dr. Block was double board certified in Internal and Urgent Care Medicine, was a Fellow of the American College of Physicians, and had a PhD in Integrative Medicine. He taught full time at UCLA and the University of Missouri before entering private practice. He was a published author and popular newspaper columnist and radio commentator. He was happily married, the father of eight with fifteen grandchildren, and three great grandchildren. The Good Doctor is published posthumously in his honor.