Q&A with Dr. Danduran
What are you most passionate about professionally? Personally?
My passion is to help my patients know that there is always hope – to give hope where there is none. I am passionate about demystifying the patient’s problem for them. This not only provides them peace in the matter but also gives us direction in their care. Teaching the patient seems to be a lost practice these days in healthcare. I want my patients to be smarter than most doctors on their condition after working with us and know how to help themselves.
What would you do even if you didn’t get paid to do it?
If God gave us a gift, then we have the responsibility to use this gift. If I can help someone suffering, I’m going to do it.
What’s the biggest proof that you’re good at what you do?
I would like to think that building a clinic strictly from referrals spanning across the states is indication of our success in helping others.
How long have you been working in your field?
I have been in the field coming up on 10 years.
What’s your biggest accomplishment?
I feel my biggest accomplishment is made up of the cumulative individual accomplishments made with each patient that has walked through the door in the last 10 years who found answers and resolution of their problems.
How does your education connect to your professional career? What about personal experiences?
My professional career is a product of my past and continued education which in turn originated as a passion to help various family members struggling with chronic illnesses.
What problems do you consistently solve for your patients?
Every case is different, but we consistently answer “yes” when patients ask “What’s wrong with me?” and “Can you help me?”, which we’re able to follow up with specifics about how we can do this for them.
What are you complimented on most in your work?
I probably hear most from patients that this was the first time someone has been able to put it all together and explain what was going on with them. We typically get compliments on the thorough work we do and how they feel but then again that is exactly why we’re here.
Who is your ideal client and why should they connect with you?
Our ideal patient can vary widely but I would say that those who have obtained imaging, labs, and doctoring from various disciplines for their physical, neurological, or visceral complaints – just to be told that they’re completely healthy or that this is as good as it gets – should be in our office for a consultation right away so we can let them know if we are a good fit for them and they for us.