Are You Nobody from Nowhere going No Place
Then this is for You
A Journey to remember
A vision and a dream come true

"This is a story of a woman who follows her dreams.  She faces setback after setback but because of her family's love for her and her love for what she is trying to do, she is able to become the doctor she wanted to be.  The book is funny, sad, heart-breaking,  inspiring." EVH

  "Motivation for anyone who wants to make a dream come true. Laughter, and tears march across the pages, that tell of a Tennessee woman who is determined to make it in the medical field."
Jo Scott, Co-author, Rays of Light





Motivated and driven to become a rural doctor, I returned to make a difference in the health and well being of my home community.

I never miss the opportunity to give back to others what I worked so hard to learn.

I share my health knowledge and education in hopes that somehow it will make a difference in someone’s life.

I visit classrooms, church groups, clubs, community centers, just about anywhere in order to promote health and wellness.

Doctor J.Scott

Dr. Scott is a great motivational speaker, taking care of womens health and providing with special classes.

Just take a look what people say: COMMENTS

And if you questioning "who is this person?", "what makes her thinkthat she can do anything for me?" You may be right but just remember the beginning - NOBODY, from NOPLACE, going NOWHERE. And you will understand reading "3 N's" book.

Dr. Scott is a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) in Tennessee

D.O.s, or osteopathic physicians, bring a unique approach to comprehensive medical care.

Osteopathic medicine is a unique form of American medical care that was started in 1874 by Andrew Taylor Still, M.D., D.O. Dr. Still was dissatisfied with the effectiveness of 19th century medicine. He believed that many of the medications of his day were useless or even harmful. Dr. Still was one of the first in his time to study the attributes of good health so that he could better understand the process of disease.

21st Century, Frontier Medicine
Just as Dr. Still pioneered osteopathic medicine in 1874, today's osteopathic physicians serve as modern-day medical pioneers.

They continue the tradition of bringing health care to areas of greatest need:
• Approximately 65% of practicing osteopathic physicians specialize in primary care areas, such as pediatrics, family practice, obstetrics and gynecology, and internal medicine.
• Many D.O.s fill a critical need for physicians by practicing in rural and other medically underserved communities.
Today osteopathic physicians continue to be on the cutting edge of medicine. D.O.s are able to combine today's medical technology with their ears, to listen caringly to their patients; their eyes, to see their patients as whole persons; and their hands, to diagnose and treat injury and illness.


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