Doctor. Mark Kestner: When two doctors join forces for treatment Murfreesboro Post

In the last three and a quarter decades I’ve treated hundreds of patients. I stopped counting after 10,000. I’d like to believe that I’ve learned something by caring for each of them. A few years ago I was told thatread “Thirty many years experience are different from one year of experiences repeatedly repeated thirty times.”

Each patient, regardless of whether they’re suffering from the same condition that I have treated several thousand times, there’s always something new or unique. There are numerous ways the same illness can be presented and each of us is very different in our genetic circumstances, medical background, prior accidents, diseases, as well as medical treatments that every patient is truly unique individual. That’s before the peculiar traits of personality are considered.