Beyond the Physical: What Doctors See But Don’t Tell
~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~
Medical doctors are trained to focus on the physical world – the provable and explainable – in order to diagnose and treat physical illness. Yet these gallant individuals spend most of their careers dancing the line between life and death with their patients.
What have they experienced regarding the nonphysical aspects of life and death that they may not discuss in the professional world for fear of losing credibility? What more can be learned about the nature of life if they were to share their more mysterious experiences? How will the face of health care evolve if the non-physical aspects of life are factored in?
With us this hour to explore the mysterious experiences many doctors have is Dr. Scott Kolbaba, author of “Physicians’ Untold Stories.” Dr. Kolbaba is an internist in private practice in Wheaton, Illinois. He graduated from the University of Illinois College of Medicine with honors and did his residency at Rush Presbyterian-Saint Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago, and at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. He has been awarded membership in the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society and has been featured in Chicago magazine as a “Top Doctor” in internal medicine.
His website: physicians-untold-stories.comLISTEN HERE >>>