Charles Glassman, MD: How He Forms a Partnership with His Patients TPS164

TPS164Charles F. Glassman, MD, has been known as Coach MD since 2011. This designation arises from what he has learned in his over 25 years of practice as a medical doctor. Specifically, that many, if not most, problems people go to the doctor to solve actually stem from the challenges of daily life. Instead of giving a pill to try and make them go away, Coach MD’s mission is to help people achieve total wellness—having more control over life than one could ever think possible.

Dr. Glassman’s goal is to deliver a new type of health care, transformational health care, turning sickness into health and health into optimal wellness – body, mind, and spirit working as one.


  • Dr. Charles shares what he went through after deciding he needed to practice medicine in a more personal way.
  • I decided to do my practice in the way that I wanted to. I wanted it to be more of a conversation and partnership with my patients.
  • Dr. Charles gives his patients more responsibility for their healthcare.
  • The old medical model was really stressful for me and I knew I couldn’t keep doing it.
  • I took a big risk in deciding to change the nature of my practice. It was scary in the beginning and it took time for it to work.
  • It’s not only the body, it’s also about the mind and spirit.
  • The change in my practice has allowed me to be on the cutting edge of medical science.
  • Dr. Chales is an early adopter who is trying to change the medical system.
  • Nine times out of ten, extreme treatments can be avoided.
  • When a doctor makes a diagnosis, it’s often just an informed guess.
  • Doctors are often concerned about protecting themselves and their stature.
  • Doctors make up things all the time about things they don’t know.
  • The go-to line that doctors use when discussing alternatives is, “The research doesn’t support it.” Ask them what research they are referring to.
  • People haven’t learned how to evaluate information the doctor gives them.
  • Google is a good place to start, but don’t try to interpret symptoms.
  • It’s important to get the fear out of the way.
  • Once a doctor tells you have something, it’s very difficult to get the idea out of your head.


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Dr. Glassman’s book: Brain Drain – The Breakthrough That Will Change Your Life A site where you can find out what lab tests mean.

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