We know that the astrological practice It is far from the theory and verification that science and medicine have in their entrails. However, in order to laugh a little, today we show you if your medical specialty matches your zodiac sign.
You have never wondered; What does the field of astrology have to say about the choice of specialty? Specifically, which zodiac sign is best suited to each medical specialty? To have a good time, we did some research and identified personality traits which are supposedly common to each zodiacal sign and therefore to each medical specialty.
Below we show you the zodiac sign of your medical specialty
Aries: March 21 to April 19
Aries tends to be forceful in their communication style, esoteric experts say. While they may not be beating around the bush, at least they’re being honest.
According The Student Doctor Network, Emergency medicine physicians thrive on the variety of their work. Aries, who enjoys multiple projects, will take it naturally. Direct and forceful communication is useful in emergency medicine, where every second counts.
Taurus: April 20-May 20
Taurus the bull likes to keep things drama-free. ORn Taurus wants healthy relationships. As a result, he or she has an uncanny ability to consider different points of view. They won’t necessarily change their position to appease anyone, but they usually try to understand.
The Taurus physique could make the orthopedic surgery a good specialty. As a leader in the operating room, Taurus’s ability to maintaining healthy relationships will be of great use to them. Orthopedic surgery is evolving, incorporating new devices and robotics, and Taurus’s open mindset will help him stay current while making the best decisions for patients.
Gemini May 21-June 20
He or she blends effortlessly into different social settings. Geminis navigate their social lives with unparalleled emotional intelligence.. Most Geminis are grounded, present, driven, and highly imaginative.
A highly social Gemini You would do well with a major that leaves room for socializing. Dermatology, according to The Student Doctor Network, it offers more scheduling flexibility and sometimes time off than other majors. Geminis will also appreciate the sheer volume of people from all walks of life who enter his practice. People also tend to get emotional about the state of their skin, and Gemini’s empathy and emotional intelligence will come in handy here.
Cancer June 21 to July 22
cancers tend to have a rich inner emotional and intellectual life. They prefer to interact in small groups, valuing depth over breadth in their relationships. Cancer can be intuitive to the point of seeming mystical. As a result, they sometimes need creative and spiritual outlets.
Cancer’s warm heart and rich inner emotional and intellectual life could make the crab well suited to psychiatry. Cancer can cultivate powerful relationships with its patients, helping them overcome some of life’s greatest challenges. Cancer’s intuition will also serve you well as you navigate the complexities of mental health.
Leo: July 23 to August 22
Leos tend to be brave, strong, have high self-esteem and good leadership potential. Like Gemini, Leo is very social. The key difference is that Leo doesn’t mix. He or she is social on their own terms.
Leo has leadership potential and could take care of any specialty. Hospitals and health care organizations could benefit from a Leo’s leadership. But Internal Medicine can be a good place for Leos to gain exposure to a variety of patient and clinical needs. They can learn the ropes of their healthcare organization and continue to show they have leadership potential, moving up the ranks.
Virgo: August 23 – September 22
the virgos have the added ability to see the big picture, which makes them expert planners. Like Cancers, Virgos have an inner life rich in deep thoughts and emotions.
The combination of high standards and unconditional support of Virgo could make obstetrics a wonderful specialty for those with the sign. Parents-to-be will be safe with Virgo’s meticulous planning and emotional support during a very emotional time. Virgo’s ability to keep the big picture in mind will go a long way relieve patient anxiety.
Libra: September 23 to October 22
If Libra values something, it is harmony. No wonder Libra’s symbol is the scales. Libras tend to be natural peacemakers, seeking balance in all things. However, they often do so at your expense. Like Taurus, Libra can see all points of view, which makes them tremendous mediators.
Libra’s propensity to seek harmony could make it suitable for Neurology, according to the Student Doctor Network. Neurologists often work closely with other specialists, such as psychiatrists, to untangle central nervous system problems. The complexity of the specialty requires a delicate touch when dealing with a neurological disease. Libra’s natural restraint will serve them well here.
Scorpio: October 23 to November 21
A Scorpio will not back down from a debate or controversy. Like a Cancer, Scorpios appear to be tough, but beneath that hard shell are some swirling emotional depths. They are also very empathetic and can read a room. A Scorpio will be your most loyal friend or your worst enemy.
A good one specialty for Scorpio could be pathology. According to The Student Doctor Network, pathologists tend to value their independence and decision-making. The autopsy and lab data don’t lie. So it is likely that Scorpios feel comfortable practicing this specialty.
Sagittarius November 22 to December 21
Sagittarius, the archer, is another strong-willed individualist, willing to stray from the path. The pioneering qualities of Sagittarius make them natural leaders. They are not afraid to go after what they want, which makes Sagittarius a born adventurer.
According to The Student Doctor Network, ophthalmology could be a good option for Sagittarius. Ophthalmologists retain a great deal of independence, and many practice privately. private practice as well will give Sagittarius the opportunity to embark on the adventure of managing a small company and go through the evolution of becoming a leader in practice.
Capricorn: December 22 to January 19
Capricorn, the ram, knows what he wants. And a Capricorn will get it, doing whatever it takes without putting a single excuse in the way. As well as Capricorn knows what he wants for himself.He also knows what he wants from others. Capricorn is a born rule-follower who thrives on order. However, his focus on the rule-bound outer world often comes at the expense of the inner world.
The goal-oriented nature of Capricorn makes it ideal for specializing in infectious diseases. As rule-followers who thrive on order, Capricorns can help create best practices that contain and treat communicable diseases, such as HIV/AIDS, or they thwart alarming trends, such as the existence of antimicrobials.
Aquarius: January 20 to February 18
Aquarius is a highly individualized sign. Sometimes it seems that no two are alike. Like the water, Aquarius is a flowing personality, scurrilous to change and difficult to contain. If there is something in common among those born under the sign of Aquarius, it is that they have a high level of concern for others and for justice.
Aquarius’ concern for others and his dynamic personality could make him suitable for pediatrics. Children can respond well to lively Aquarius, and doctors born under this sign will have a high degree of concern for their patients, who in childhood go through one of the most vulnerable periods of their lives.
Pisces: February 19 to March 20
If you know a Pisces, then you know that their gut is almost never wrong. They are very intuitive, but they are still in touch with the power of logic. A Pisces will rarely lead you astray. They navigate life with a finely calibrated moral compass. A Pisces thrives in small groups, and they tend to have rich internal and external lives.
Pisces could thrive on Family Medicine, where clinicians must navigate not only the dynamics of the individual patient, but also the family as a whole. Piscean intuition will serve you well here, as family dynamics are not always clear in the clinical setting. And so will the fish’s finely calibrated moral compass. Family medicine often requires a degree of patient advocacy.
And you, do you identify with your specialty?
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