HHP Expert – Dr. Clifton Meador – Little Book of Doctor’s Rules

by | Dec 16, 2020 | Alternative Medicine, Podcast

HHP Expert - HHP Expert - Dr. Rajiv Sharma: Pursuit of Gut Happiness, Edition 2 - Humarian Health PodcastOn this episode of the Humarian Health Podcast, Amy and Dr. Benzinger are joined by Dr. Clifton Meador, MD, to discuss his book, The Little Book of Doctors’ Rules: A Practical Guide to the Art of Healing.  Dr. Meador is a retired physician and professor of medicine emeritus at Vanderbilt Medical School.  He shares his background in medicine and explains what events in his career led to his desire to write a book on rules for doctors.  They discuss Dr. Meador’s four major categories of patients that exhibit symptoms but no disease and discuss why he uses patient diaries to determine the causes of symptoms and rule out diseases.  Amy asks specifically about rule #186, “All patients will lie about something, some patients will lie about everything”.  They finish out the podcast by discussing how and why patients are ending up with so many different doctors and why doctors are often not able to devote the amount of time necessary for more thorough and accurate diagnoses.

You can find Dr. Meador’s book, The Little Book of Doctors’ Rules: A Practical Guide to the Art of Healing, at AmazonSquare One Publishers, and wherever books are sold.

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About the Author

Dr. Shawn Benzinger, D.C., DABCO, FIAMA.

Co-Founder, CEO | Dr. Benzinger is a certified Chiropractic Orthopedist, Acupuncturist, and Nutritionist with a passion to help people live healthier, self-sufficient lives. He has served as a national spokesperson and talk show host on areas relating to nutrition, chronic pain, and alternative health care for over 20 years. Dr. Benzinger regularly consults on musculo-skeletal and nutritional management for elite athletes across the country, and he has been working to help educate the Indianapolis community on nutrition and chronic pain for the last 36 years.