What is it with doctors? We’re supposed to be knowledgeable, intuitive and compassionate. We’re supposed to cure illness, repair injuries and relieve pain. We’re supposed to be kind and sensitive.
What’s the first thing doctors do when something hurts? WE PUSH DIRECTLY ON IT TO SEE IF YOU’RE LYING! Why do we do this? You’ve told us it hurts, you described the quality and intensity and you’ve pointed exactly at the spot. Why shouldn’t we believe you?
Why would you come all the way to see us and pay money for pretend pain that doesn’t exist? Why would you point to the wrong spot to trick us?
A man goes to the doctor and says, “Doctor, wherever I touch, it hurts.”
The doctor asks, “What do you mean?”
The man says, “When I touch my shoulder, it really hurts. When I touch my knee – OUCH! When I touch my forehead, it really, really hurts.”
The doctor says, “I know what’s wrong with you. You’ve broken your finger!”
You see? Did he have to poke his finger to find out? Of course not. Does it hurt when we push there? OF COURSE IT DOES- that’s why you’re at the doctors office!
When I’m not doing my clinical research on Natural Fat Transfer and Nanostem Serum, I’m going to write a book on how doctors can be more effective by listening to people rather than poking them.
I’ll get right on it and keep you posted.