Advice From Dr. Saad Saad to the Next Generation

The legacy of a man is always determined by their actions, and Dr. Saad Saad is an individual who impacted countless patients over the years. He recently retired after a multi-decade career that culminated in improvements to common procedures. He treated patients far and wide without discrimination of their backgrounds. In a recent article on the website Blog Webpedia, Dr. Saad Saad discusses two key pieces of advice that he learned over the years.


Starting from the top, Dr. Saad Saad strongly encourages individuals to never seek anything less than the success they desire. He grew up in the middle east, during the gas energy boom. His father, a petroleum mechanic, was actively working in the industry. It was at this time when he learned that knowledge is power, and with it he could become anything he wanted. There was also an incident in the 1960s, when Dr. Saad Saad nearly died of a heat stroke. Between being sick of the heat and loving the indoors, he set out to become a doctor where he could be inside all day. He went on to study in the Untied States of America, and soon acquired all his certifications. Learn more:


The second piece of advice, and possibly even more important, never put off a task that can be completed today. Having such a strong ethic was vital in Dr. Saad Saad’s long term success. His career was well underway by the 1980s, but then an unexpected invitation came his way. Due to his unique skill set, he asked to become the Saudi Royal family’s doctor. This was life changing for Dr. Saad Saad. He got to use his knowledge to help children who might not have otherwise been treated, and at the same time pass along treatment tips to the next generation. Upon return to the United States, Dr. Saad Saad kept on improving his skills.


Its rare to man like Dr. Saad Saad in any profession. His international and domestic reputation is unparalleled. Countless adults and children alike can live freely and longer than ever through possible. Dr. Saad Saad has numerous connections over his career, and passed along his skills to the next generation. He lives besides two inventions that will forever make common procedure easier on the patient.