How I Became A Stress Expert—Part 3

by Doc Orman, M.D.

This week, I’ve been sharing video clips of a recent Google Hangout interview where I was asked a few questions about how I got interested in helping people reduce their stress.

In the first clip, I talked about my medical school and residency years and how they actually trained me to have loads of stress.  If you missed that blog post, here is the link:

How I Became A Stress Expert—Part 1 

In the second clip, I talked about my early years in practice and my desire to become a “complete physician” by being able to deal with psycho-social issues as well as medical problems.  If you missed that second blog post about doing true preventive medicine, here is the link:

Let’s All Call It Something It’s Not (Part 2)

Early Mentors

In today’s final video clip in this series, I talk about some of the early mentors who strongly influenced my thinking about stress.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this three-part video clip series.  Feel free to leave a comment or ask any questions you might like.

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