Q&A with Dr. Seymour Heart
[We’re here today with world renowned cardiologist, Dr. Seymour Heart.]
[Dr. Heart, thank you for coming in today. It’s great having you on…]
You’re very, very, very welcome.
[Could you introduce yourself, please tell us a little about you?]
Yes, my name is Dr. Seymour Heart and I practice Cardiology. I’ve traveled all over the world but it was really only when I came to this Law Firm that I really started to understand what I do. You know, the history of law told different kinds of medicine, it’s really quite dark, it’s a very dark history and that of humanity and the legislation. However thanks to this firm, I now understand what I’m doing and I feel protected for the first time
[Well, tell us Dr. Heart, what’s the biggest thrill in your cardiology practice?]
You know, that’s a good question, you know my thrill is really helping people because conventional medicine is not good, a lot of times it leaves them in a very, very difficult place and you know the power is really in the science, people used to say. If you study the Bible, you know Samson’s long hair was really the secret, but I just like the style and very stylish. It’s not really about that, it’s about the different potions and lotions and they very effective.
[So, what do you tell your patients if they ever do feel frightened?]
Well I tell them to trust in themselves and to call on the higher power and i’m a believer, you know. That the cosmos is filled with life energy. That energy is in your cells. That energy is resonating in every fabric of existence. There are tiny universes within this universe and you can tune in and simply feel the sense of safety if you really pay attention.
[Well, last question for you too Dr. Heart. What advice do you have for aspiring cardiologists coming up through medical school right now?]
Well, first of all, you should align yourself with a very good lawyer because you don’t want to get sued, you don’t find God forbid something on your insurance, you don’t want some problem with some board somewhere, there’s the FDA, my god, there’s HIPAA. My gosh, at the end of regulation you really got to know your stuff. So if you don’t have the patience for that because you’re too busy studying like anatomy and physiology and biochemistry and genomics and nutritional that just goes on and on… Robotics, artificial intelligence, it’s just so much… new expanding knowledge everywhere, you know, really ground yourself with a very good attorney and you would be fine because you left with consent forms. You’ll have good knowledge of all these practices, and you’re a professional, you studied really hard to find somebody really good. Myself, I’m Harvard-trained, so you know ideally some type of lawyer that have a dish and you’ll be just fine. Trust me I know you’ll be okay It’s been incredible for me, that’s all I can say.
[Dr. Seymour Heart, everybody, thank you so much.]
Thank you so much, we’ll see you soon
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