The Doctors are joined by prosthetic specialist Bryan Potok, who is helping to design a specialized prosthetic for Natasha with the help of Amputee Store that will improve her life.
Natasha was born with just one hand and she shares how difficult daily life is for her. The aspiring artist tells The Doctors she hopes to achieve her dream of working as an illustrator in the comic world.
Previously, we met Roopa and Munni, two amazing little girls with facial disfigurements. A year later, see how they've been transformed!
Just months ago, Matthew came to The Doctors seeking the help he needed to finally turn his life around after losing both his legs due to his heroin struggles and battling years of substance abuse. He’s back to share his new mission in life.
Jessie’s life was forever changed when a loved one threw a pot of boiling water on her, and she was forced to sacrifice her limbs in order to save her life. Click here to hear what The Doctors have to say about the difficulties of treating burn wounds....
When a loved one threw a pot of boiling water on Jessie, she was forced to sacrifice her limbs in order to save her life. Hear what the Doctors have to say about the difficulties of treating burn wounds, and then click here to see the special surprise...
With the help of A Step Ahead Prosthetics, Fitlosophy, and plastic surgeon Michael Beckenstein, The Doctors share a special surprise for Jessie, a woman disfigured after being attacked by a loved one with a pot of boiling water.
The Doctors and “Princeton Mom” Susan Patton debate her controversial views on women’s priorities. Then, a debilitating disorder that causes chronic symptoms of seasickness — could you be at risk? Plus, shocking dangers of black market butt enhancements t
The Doctors debate the pros and cons of a powerful new prescription painkiller. Then, one mother shares her inspirational story of overcoming skin cancer. Plus, see a groundbreaking technique for eradicating brain tumors. And, how an amputee drummer adapt
After losing his right hand due to an accident, Jason learned to adapt to his new life with one hand. Now, see how a cutting-edge bionic prosthetic hand can provide Jason with the agility he needs to lead a more normal life.