EPGD Shining Star : Dr. Michael Forman, DOM

We’d like to think that we have friends in many different careers that offer new knowledge to our readers. With that in mind, we’ve decided to feature Dr. Forman of Michael Forman, DOM, P.A. Total Health Restoration.

About:

Dr. Michael Forman received his doctorate degree from the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine with a specialization in internal medicine. He also has a post-doctorate certification in Applied Clinical Nutrition, which is the clinical application of concentrated food, homeopathic and herbal-based medicines used to address health problems and diseases.

Dr. Forman has been involved in the healing arts for many years and has studied under several outstanding and prestigious physicians in the course of his learning and development. He brings a unique combination of competence combined with a caring touch that helps his patients achieve their full health potential.

Most of Dr. Forman’s patients have been able to reduce or eliminate some or all of the medications they have been taking and are well on their way restoring their health.

In addition to being devoted to the on-going study of medicine, health and healing, Dr. Forman has 3 daughters, 9 grandchildren and enjoys snow skiing, running and playing the piano.

Interview time!

1. What would the movie title of your life be?
Terms of Endearment would fit well.
2. What is the strangest talent you have?
I can locate the exact point of pain on a persons body without touching it.
3. What is the most annoying question that people ask you?
“Does that really work?”
4. Name two things you consider yourself to be very good at. 
I consider myself to have the ability to calm a person who is in pain/trauma. I’m also great at memorization.
5. What do you think you will be doing 20 years from now?
Teaching.
6. What would you do with your “15 minutes” of fame? 
Get the message out about the real cause and cure of health problems.
7. Have you ever won anything? What was it?
Yes! I was awarded a full scholarship to medical school.
8. Who would you choose to be your mentor, if you had the choice?
My grandfather (who passed away when I was 10)
9. What’s a fear you’re proud to have overcome?
Not doing and being what other people want me to be.
Thank you so much, Dr. Forman, for your short yet inspiring responses to our interview! If you’d like to get in contact with Dr. Forman, you may do so at michaelformandom@gmail.com!
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