Stroke – An Overview

This morning I woke up and went to my grandmother’s medical box. She had been gone for five days and I was sure something was wrong. Although she was healthy when I visited her, she doesn’t remember the time of day. I asked her when she thought she had seen her doctor, and she replied “I don’t know.”

Five days is a long time for anyone to take off from work. You’ll be wasting time working with your doctor if you are unable to make it in on the first day due to an emergency. When I became a nurse practitioner my first step was to change from being an attending doctor to working at a speciality level. He required more schooling and specialized education than most doctors did but it was in line with my job and I had more flexibility. He also had a medical degree but was hesitant to go to a surgeon.

The doctor had instructed her to not come to work ever again. She was admitted to surgery within hours of the accident. She passed away within 24 hours. The majority of medical school faculty members are doctors in their respective specialties.

Not all doctors will seamlessly make the transition from medical school becoming a general practitioner, surgeon, or surgeon. Similar to how not every car driver has the mental capacity to drive under the influence, not every doctor has the ability to recognize and treat the symptoms of a stroke promptly after the first signs of. This is the reason I believe that it is crucial for doctors to be specialized in a field of medicine that is closely related to the area of medicine they want to practice. For example, if a doctor wishes to become a cardiologist, he must be interested in cardiovascular problems.

It has been suggested by some that it is okay for a doctor’s job to concentrate his or her research on the less exciting aspects of medicine. Perhaps a doctorate program focused on pediatricians or an other less exciting medical field like surgical technology or radiology could be beneficial to the doctor. While I am of the opinion that doctors are able to focus their studies in one area of medicine it does not mean that they shouldn’t have an interest in other areas. A doctor can choose to specialize in a different area of medicine.

Certain doctoral programs require that the doctor complete either a residency or an internship prior to completing the doctoral program. A residency typically lasts five years and takes about two years to complete. During the time of the internship, a doctor will gain more experience in clinical practice to prepare for the doctorate level dissertation that will be required after the completion of the doctorate program.

A pharmacy degree is one of the most sought-after doctorates. Although this doctorate degree does not allow the doctor to prescribe pharmaceutical products, it allows the doctor to conduct research and assist pharmacists with filling out the proper forms for prescriptions for these products. Pharmacy degree doctors are typically involved in teaching and conducting clinical research. The degree of a pharmacist does not require the doctor becoming a patent scientist, but it can help in this regard if the doctor would like to be one.

There are a myriad of options when it comes to choosing a specialization in medicine. Many doctors opt to continue practicing medicine for a number of years before becoming a doctor. Others decide they are ready for a greater level of academic commitment and decide to pursue a doctorate. Doctors are generally pleased with their decision, regardless of the circumstances. There are many rewarding areas of medicine to choose from and a doctor will find their niche in the medical field. Read more about Stroke Patient here.

Recent Posts



Contact Us

1484 Radford Street, Louisville, KY, 40242

Call Us: 502-329-2580

Consultation Banner


Contact Form