» Atticus, I’m curious to know if you work for Dr. Umar in some capacity.
» You mentioned you were in Dr. Umar’s office one day when another patient
» sofarsogood came in with his mom. Were you in there for a check-up, and
» it was all coincidence, or for some other reason. It’s no big deal if you
» have an association with him, I just think it’s fair the board members know
» if it is the case.
Not at all. I do not work for Dr. Umar, nor does he employ any paid consultants. He does not need them. 90% of his business is word of mouth.The word of excellent work spreads quickly. I met sofarsogood because he took one of his family members in for some kind of derm procedure. Coincidently, I was in the office with my wife, who was scheduled for a derm procedure as well.
Speaking for myself, I feel like people should hear first hand, real people accounts of their experiences with Doctors. If I can help someone to avoid going to a hack, I feel like I am contributing to the betterment of someones life. So to get to the crux of your question. Why do I do it? Merely to help others in a small way.
Being that you asked the question in a civilized manner, I feel I should answer with the same respect. I hope I have answered your question in a manner that leaves ABSOLUTELY no room for speculation.
Have a good one!