Dr. Mak’s Philosophy
Dr. Jenson Mak and his expert care often extends to the household’s caregivers themselves, who are too often underserved and under-supported. He also invests special effort into operating as an advocate for non-English speaking patients who might not even be aware of all the resources available to them in the health sector.
Through his healthy ageing philosophy, Dr. Jenson Mak is able to reflects his unique perspective. Although a citizen no longer serves in the workforce, he or she has far from ceased being a crucial and valuable member of society. However, to truly empower their continued contribution, Jenson takes a holistic and assertive approach to serving his patients. Counseling the elderly on their health issues and addressing challenges like medication complications, psychological issues, or exercise problems demands a healthcare provider who is willing to do more than write prescriptions. It requires someone passionate about the opportunity to make a difference. Improving lifestyles and behaviors is a privilege, and Dr. Jenson Mak’s ability to do just that is based on the relationships he builds with his patients.
Dr. Jenson Mak is a PhD(USyd) MBBS FRACP FACP FAFRM(RACP) BMedSci JP. He has been elected to Fellowship and travelled to Washington D.C. for Convocation into the American College of Physicians in May 2016.
When not working as a healthcare provider, he is active in philanthropy and enjoys spending time with his wife and three beautiful children. A new passion for Dr. Jenson Mak has become running. Having never really participated in any kind of this activity, he was amazed at the results after some brief training. His new philosophy is that running and exercise are the best medicine. At any age you can take on a new hobby and it can probably change your life for the better.
Recently, Jenson Mak introduced his compelling journey through the pages of his latest release, “Trailblazing.” Formerly known as ‘The Fat Doc,’ wrestling with excess weight and a love for chocolate, Mak’s narrative unfolds as a striking testament to resilience and self-discovery. Fueled by the desire to witness his third child’s growth and break free from a family legacy of premature heart attacks, he metamorphoses his sedentary lifestyle into a dynamic adventure driven by a newfound passion for running. This engaging tale beckons readers to join Mak on the path of triumph over adversity, embracing the profound transformation intricately woven into the fabric of his most recent work.
Grab a copy of the book at TheRunDoc.com.au!
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