Dr. Phil’s Medical History; House Call from the Vet; Mommy Makeover
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Dr. Phil's Medical History
Dr. Phil joins The Doctors to share the many injuries he’s suffered over the years — and the procedures he’s undergone to treat them. “I’m kind of like a 20-year-old taxi cab in New York City. I’ve never been totaled, but I’ve sure been dinged up along the way,” Dr. Phil says.


Hear how old football injuries required Dr. Phil to undergo surgeries to fix a torn rotator cuff and damaged ulnar nerve.


Learn about Dr. Phil’s procedures to repair a shattered ankle and torn meniscus in his knee. Plus, Dr. Phil reveals how many times he’s broken his nose!


Dr. Phil gets his head examined
with a high-tech skin imaging system. Is sun damage putting him at risk for skin cancer?


Web Exclusive:
Dr. Phil discusses a 2007 interview he gave on Larry King Live  — while under the influence of anesthesia!

Dr. Travis' House Call from the Vet
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork and his four-legged best friend, Nala, receive a house call from veterinarian Dr. Courtney Campbell.


Learn how much exercise an older dog should get on a daily basis. Plus, is it ever safe to give your pet human medications?

Web Exclusive: More healthy and helpful tips for your dog!

Dr. Ian's Eye Exam

Physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist Dr. Ian Smith undergoes a cutting-edge eye exam to gauge his risk for glaucoma. Learn how the condition affects vision and the importance of early detection.

Extreme Mommy Makeover
Are you unhappy with your post-baby body? You’re not alone! Amanda, a mother of five who had been feeling uncomfortable in her own skin for many years, first shared her story on Dr. Phil. She revealed that she lost more than 100 pounds over a six-year-period; however, no amount of diet and exercise could help her get rid of the excess skin around her midsection. She was also dissatisfied with the appearance of her breasts, which had lost their firmness.

“Unfortunately, [having kids] has really taken a toll on my body,” Amanda said during her interview with Dr. Phil. “I’m always putting my kids first; I’m always giving and giving. I’m just looking to feel comfortable in my own skin. There’s nothing wrong with me wanting to feel good about myself.”

After hearing Amanda’s story, Dr. Phil referred her to The Doctors for a surgical solution to boost her confidence and self-esteem.


Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon examines Amanda
and determines that she is a good candidate for a tummy tuck, breast lift and buttock augmentation.


The following video contains images of a graphic surgical procedure. Viewer discretion is advised.

Amanda visits board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Nathan Leigh of Edina Plastic Surgery for a mommy makeover!


See Amanda’s stunning transformation!
Plus, Dr. Leigh explains the procedures he performed to make over Amanda’s body.


See the surprise
The Doctors gives Amanda to help her flaunt her new figure!


Diminish the Signs of Aging
Family physician and sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross and board-certified dermatologist Dr. Glynis Ablon share easy, at-home beauty tips to incorporate into your nighttime routine. Plus, turn back the clock on your skin without breaking the bank! Learn how the clinically proven Boots No. 7 Lift & Luminate Day & Night Serum diminishes the appearance of age spots, fine lines and wrinkles, and prevents the loss of firmness.

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