My Opinion About Doctors

My Opinion About Doctors, as expressed in a recent article on the Web site of Physicians Press, is, “Doctors are generally good at what they do-or so it seems from the pampered media coverage of celebrity remedies.” The article continues, “But some problems are impossible to cure and the result can be increased expense and frustration for patients who need and deserve better.” Indeed, I completely agree with this assessment. However, the very nature of medicine is to seek a complete cure for the underlying cause of disease; otherwise, the patient would have been cured for nothing and the cost involved in the treatment would have been unnecessary.

Unfortunately, not all doctors practice these principles of care. The majority of doctors are completely unqualified to offer medical advice to their patients; and many physicians work diligently to avoid providing any type of medical care to all but the sickest of their patients. My Opinions about Doctors include such gems as: “Most office staff are paid on commission basis and are extremely busy,” “The best doctors are not surgeons,” “many doctors spend more time with the patients than the office staff,” “I don’t think anyone cares about you if you’re dead.” In addition, many of my Opinions about doctors are simply wrong; for example, my contention, “If you don’t get checked often, you’re prone to serious disease” is simply incorrect.

In light of this, I highly recommend that everyone (regardless of profession, education, or income level) who considers themselves a “good doctor” check with their physician to determine the status of their health and whether or not they should be visiting a specialist such as a cardiologist, a neurosurgeon, a orthopedist, a podiatrist, a psychiatrist, or a radiologist. Of course, the typical office visit is not recommended to all individuals; if the doctor feels that the individual requires more than a regular office visit, he or she may recommend one of a variety of minimally invasive procedures such as coronary artery angioplasty, hip replacement, heart bypass surgery, or minimally invasive cardiopulmonary surgery. However, most physicians will not recommend routine office visits unless there is truly a medical issue or unless the individual is gravely ill or has otherwise indicated a certain type of procedure.

Another interesting point regarding this subject comes from the work of renowned physician and surgeon Dr. Oz. In his book “You: On being Your Own Boss,” Dr. Oz discusses the concept of the surgeon “being your own oyster.” As noted, this concept has some significant merit. Although the concept may be slightly funny, it also has some significant practical value.

For example, just ask any pregnant woman who had both her first baby and her c-section when it came to the second baby’s gender! The overwhelming majority would say “No, I preferred the natural” or “I wished I had the money” or “I wish I could have the epidural.” And if the second baby was a girl, the answer would be pretty much the same as the first baby, i.e., “No, I preferred the natural.”

When it comes to having a c-section or an epidural, most women say they prefer the latter. However, the reason why they give this answer is because they are more aware of the complications inherent in having both a c-section and an epidural at the same time. Some of the more common complications associated with both an epidural and a c-section include: blood clots, varicose veins, premature birth, difficulty breathing, and possible pneumonia. Clearly, a woman should never take chances when it comes to having an epidural as opposed to a c-section.

Difference between a corporate video production firm and an independent video production

There is no difference between a corporate video production firm and an independent video production house in Singapore as all the home video production companies can handle both corporate or personal events. Except for the fact that most video production firms have much more experience handling corporate video events like corporate parties, birthdays, wedding or holiday activities whereas most video production companies have much less experience handling personal video events like weddings and birthday parties. Whatever the case may be, you can be rest assured that your corporate video production Singapore or any other video production Singapore service will be undertaken with extreme care, expertise, creativity and professionalism. We will provide you with an insight into how we approach our video production Singapore services.

corporate video production

 

Video productions – corporate video or public – are aimed at informing, educating, or creating awareness and they are generally done in the form of videos for advertisement on different products and services. Generally the videos are shot by professionals using state of the art professional equipment. The main key services that you can expect from a corporate video production Singapore include the following:

 

Pre-production – this is the initial phase in which the content is generated and reviewed by a corporate video production Singapore team. During this phase, brainstorming and idea generation takes place. Research is carried out as to what consumers feel about the product or service being offered. It also enables creative ideas and marketing strategies to be formulated. The content produced during the pre-production stage may vary depending on what is required. Post-production – this is the phase in which the content is transferred to DVD, VHS or other recording media and edited to suit the needs of the client.

 

Videography – videographers are involved in the production process as they work with the director, actors, musicians and other crew members to complete the project. Videography is a crucial aspect of any video production and requires extensive training and experience. The videographer plays an integral role in editing and creating the final product. As such, there are several phases involved in the production process. These are video editing, pre-production, and post-production.

 

Video Editing – in which the video is manipulated in some way. This includes adjusting lighting, adding text, audio, and video clips. It also involves the deletion of unwanted video or sound. Post-production – this is the phase in which the videos are made available for sale, either online or through a conference stage opening. It is when the finalized product is ready to be shipped to clients.

 

To elaborate further, the three basic phases of corporate video production in Singapore are pre-production, production and post-production. Pre-production refers to the time before something begins. The theme of the videos and the overall concept should be planned at this stage. Production involves gathering materials, collecting actors, locations, and equipment. It also involves the actual production process wherein actual videos are created. And lastly, post-production involves the careful editing process in which the finished product is edited and staged for uploading.

 

Corporate video production in Singapore is a very diverse industry that incorporates various elements and styles of production. A good example of this is the creative team in Singapore. They are comprised of professionals who are skilled in a number of areas including concept, writing, storyboarding, animation, music, photography, illustrations, conceptualization, special and graphic design, videography, and technical editing. All of these key services make Singapore a unique destination for those looking to create engaging content creation. Singapore also provides an opportunity for entrepreneurs to indulge in global outsourcing.

 

If you are looking for the best used and effective production solutions for your business needs, Singapore is an excellent location to look at. There are multiple options for producers, buyers, and service providers who can help you in producing your videos in this city. It’s always important to find a reliable corporate video production companies to handle your business videos.