As I have built my practice, developing a good rapport with my patients has been one of my priorities. I like to relate to my patients as individual people and not just as ‘medical cases’, a transparent and sincere commitment is the foundation of my relationship with them.
A number of patients come to me because I have treated a family member and are happy and comfortable with the care I have extended to them. I feel heartened when I hear words of gratitude, receive a thank you note or see a patient respond to the treatment I have given and recover. It is indeed satisfying to know that I have made a difference to the quality of their lives and fulfilling to see my efforts appreciated.