People are wonderfully different and fantastically complex. There’s really no such thing as a textbook
patient. Now everyone is so unique and you have to take that into account and the only way you can do that is one-on-one, talking to them, assessing them, tell them
quick come on in, I just need to put my eyeballs on and figure out what’s going on. There’s an art to medicine, its not cookie-cutter at all. People feel things differently, they act differently,
its that personal touch which is always going to be the key ingredient for the doctor-patient relationship no matter how advanced our technology gets, we don’t have any patients that look like
this. We can’t use a formula to decide how to treat someone. Formulas don’t work with our patients, they
just don’t. That’s our job and that’s our passion.
We find out ways to help our patients breathe easier. Its a sweet gig. 436 E Longview Dr, Appleton, WI 54911