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Bring compensation and a unique doctor who eats nuts

ISTANBUL: There is a lot of talk on social media these days about Turkish doctor Hassan Reza Guinea bringing patients to treat them and punching them, but he gets paid for this ‘service’.

Dr. Gonzalez, a resident of Istanbul, says that in certain psychological problems, such as severe nervous tension and depression, not only does medicine work, but the patient should also have the opportunity to vent their frustrations.

He got this idea from a famous Turkish drama, in which one of the characters gets beaten up by others but does not say anything in return.
With this in mind, he started his own unique clinic in 2010, where a special facility was available for incoming patients to bring a living person and eliminate anger by punching.

The clinic soon became popular throughout Istanbul, with large numbers of people flocking to it, and they limited their services to patients’ kicks and kicks.

At the same time, Dr. Guinea gave his profession a new name, Stress Coach.

However, they see only four patients a day and give each patient ten to fifteen minutes. Not only that, but they also choose their patients very carefully.

“Not every patient needs to be beaten to get rid of their mental state. Then some people come to me just to hear the fame and to pass the time. I do not give time to any of them but only see patients who have severe depression and stress, ”said Dr. Guinea.

After selecting the patient, they put on their special protective clothing after the necessary paperwork and stand in front of the patient so that they can easily, with full force, bring and punch them.

Some patients get very angry at a particular person. In that case, Dr. Guinea puts a picture of the man on his helmet. In this way the patient feels that he is venting his anger on the person he does not like.

Dr. Guinea says he wants to pass on his unique skills to other people because sooner or later they will grow old and will no longer have the courage to eat patients’ nicks and kicks.

“I want to teach this work to others before this time so that they too can treat psychiatric patients in their own places,” Dr. Guinea told a local news agency correspondent with a laugh.

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