The Doctors step off the stage and into the audience to answer impromptu health questions from their fans
The Doctors: After The Show!
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon examines a mysterious red mark on an audience member's lower lip. Plus, learn other unusual skin conditions that merit a visit to the doctor’s office.
The Doctors’ executive producer, Patty Ciano, has been experiencing itchy, burning eyes after putting in her contact lenses. The Doctors call in ophthalmologist Dr. Kerry Assil to give Patty a surprise eye exam and consultation!
Diabetes is one of the most common causes of peripheral neuropathy, a condition where irreversible nerve damage occurs — typically in the hands and feet — and may require an amputation. The Doctors stress the importance of managing blood glucose levels...
The Doctors step off the stage and into the audience to answer impromptu health questions from their fans! Learn tips and treatments for stomachaches, backaches, circulation problems and more! Plus, the best ways to soothe itchy, burning eyes!
Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon performs an excisional biopsy to determine whether an audience member's mysterious facial blemish is cancerous or benign.
Learn the primary causes of carpal tunnel syndrome and see simple tests that can help determine the source of pain.
The Doctors’ props master, Robert, has been experiencing occasional erectile dysfunction and decreased libido. Family physician and clinical sexologist Dr. Rachael Ross provides consultation to help diagnose the cause.
Gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez explains how poor eating habits can exacerbate gastrointestinal disorders, such as ulcers and diverticulitis.
Physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist Dr. Ian Smith demonstrates quick and easy exercises to help alleviate lower back pain and increase circulation.