This is where I’ve spent more than half of my life, treating over 10,000 new patients. I’m very blessed and grateful to be able to do what I do. How many people can say that their job is also their hobby? I’m stoked that I can. I look forward to doing this, at least, until 2049, my 60th year in practice.
Some people dream of the day they will be able to retire. Not me. I dream of all the days ahead being able to learn something new that will help my patients get better faster and being able to do just that until the day my body or mind won’t let me.
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