Real Doctor Reacts to THE GOOD DOCTOR | Medical Drama Review | Doctor Mike

Real Doctor Reacts to THE GOOD DOCTOR | Medical Drama Review | Doctor Mike

Wow! Thank you so much for supporting the Real Doctor Reacts to series. I said that if you get the grey’s anatomy video to 15k likes I’ll do another episode and you CRUSHED it by getting it 200k+ likes. I dove into the comments section to see what medical tv drama you wanted me to review next and it seemed like the good doctor was the obvious choice. Get ready TV Doctors, because Dr. Mike is coming for you =]

Full disclosure, I have never watched an episode of the good doctor on ABC so I decided to go ahead and start my tv medical drama review off with the first episode ( good doctor 1×01 ) of the series. I was really curious myself to see if the good doctor is a medically accurate show.

I really did enjoy this medical tv show because I think it did a lot of things well. It gave an interesting look into what life is like a for a surgeon and a resident. Being a surgical resident is not an easy job and to make the situation even more complex Dr. Sean Murphy has autism so they did a great job of breaking down these circumstances.

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43 Responses

  1. Katrina Villanueva says:

    I love Good Doctor because Freddie Highmore is amazing at it. I think you should watch the episode where they disected a liver. That’s amazing and heartbreaking. 💔

  2. Razan Ibrahim says:

    You should do a healthy cooking series

  3. Stephanie Bogart says:

    I’m not a doctor, or nurse or anything else but this is so fun to watch! I am into healthy eating so there’s that..😊

  4. Razan Ibrahim says:

    House MD next please

  5. PolarBear129 says:

    Did you know that the the real movie of The Good Doctor is actually a korean drama ?

  6. livelife838 says:


  7. Angie Golden says:

    I felt sensitive because my son is going thru early intervention. He’s been diagnosed with global developmental disorder but not autistic. And I just think what if my son has to go thru it. It’s not so bad seemingly but it still hurts because there is bullying and things like that to worry about but I’m trying to to help him out as much as I can. Thanks for the video Dr. Mike. You’re really inspiring me to go into the medical field 💜

    • Doh Papa says:

      Angie Golden if that’s what you really want to do then do it. We really need more good doctors or nurses or surgeons in today’s society. I believe you will be a good nurse or doctor or surgeon. You have a love for your sons health and I believe learning more into the medical field will help you out later on in the line and maybe one day your son would love to be a nurse or doctor or surgeon and be just like his mommy. You’re an inspiration to your son

  8. Joseph Johnson says:

    Scrubs next please Doctor mike!

  9. John Luu says:

    how do you apply pressure to the wound if there’s shards of glass in there? are you supposed to simply press down on it? that was my question when I first saw this. anyone have an answer?

    • Leah Laushway says:

      Unless they’ve changed First Aid guidelines since I took it, wrap *around* the foreign object with a clean, dry, lint-free cloth, but don’t press down on the wound.

    • Carolina Veloso says:

      John Luu con algo sobre eso, como una gasa o alguna prenda (la más limpia que tengas cerca) y aplicas la presión sobre eso, con cuidado de no presionar más el vidrio … espero que te sirva

    • Caleb Innes says:

      John Luu I imagine the object its self would provide sufficient pressure. The pressure change should allow for contraction of the vein/artery and in turn begin the extrinsic homeostatic cascade to clot.

  10. Reemie786 says:

    There’s a episode that how he treats a patient with autism it’s a very intestine episode that I can recmend.

    Dr. Mike

  11. Drake Hale says:

    We need more educational channels like yours. Very good stuff

  12. Bella Beauty says:

    chicago med!!!!

  13. Maisie Mai says:

    This was enjoyable to watch. There are not many, or really none at all of this kind of video. So it was definitely fun to watch. Question! Are you a full time Doctor? Because I would love to know how you manage your time!

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    • Maisie Mai says:

      Really? That will be great. Thank you for letting me know! Yeah the way he explains everything so clearly and simply so everyone understands is very helpful! I’m doing Animal Care and so everything is related to human biology and anatomy also. So this helps me!

    • Drake Hale says:

      Maisie Mai good luck in your studies

    • SDAVID OLUBIYI says:

      Dr Hope’s sick notes does the same thing ( he did it first)

    • Helene Parson says:

      So you look at the episode and not seeing if you are really and what type of doctor you are? Remember that it’s a tv show so everything can’t be perfect. Let people enjoy the show and don’t give advices if don’t give your title.

  14. Where The Magic Happens says:

    Had to pause and applaud this doctor for mentioning the importance of early intervention in autism —I have 2 autistic sisters, one diagnosed around 4-5, and the other not until she was approximately 11-12. The one who was diagnosed around 4-5, is going on 18 this September, and most people have no idea she’s autistic. She’s coherent, independent, socially she’s pretty adept (or at least not any less so than other teenagers), which is coming from a child who could not speak, was overwhelmed easily, had violent meltdowns, was brutally honest even when she did learn how to speak, now she’s the most caring and expressive person I know who can regulate her own emotions positively, vocalize her needs, and has been dating a really nice guy for 8 months. My other sister is higher functioning so it took a lot longer to diagnose her, but at 14 now, she’s getting the help she needs, and it’s making a huge difference for her as well. Knowing what you’re dealing with is a huge part of the battle, then you can figure out what will help them/make their lives easier.

    • liz h says:

      Where The Magic Happens I have asperger’s syndrome and i also appreciate his mentioning of early interventions. i had therapy since i was diagnosed at 8 years old and it was really helpful to learning how to communicate and socialize better

    • Laura Hamdi says:


    • morgan dodson says:

      You can’t say approximately and then give an age gap of 11-12.

    • Where The Magic Happens says:

      That’s really cool that you were able to accurately diagnose yourself! Both my sisters love being ‘weird’ (in my family, that is a compliment, normal is boring!), and it’s true animals help so much. The older one of my sisters, Tessa, lives with our mom in a house with 5 cats (used to be 6, but I took my kitty when I moved out), and having the animals helps a lot, she’s been stating for years that she doesn’t want to ever have kids, she just wants cats and dogs. My other sister, Zoe, her mom (my step mother) is very allergic to animals so for a while they have built a house outside with heating to keep a cat, and she loved having Mittens, she’s talked about being interested in studying to be a vet one day, but presently she’s mostly terrified of graduating and going to high school, because as with Tessa, in elementary school, the kids are cruel to kids who are ‘different.’ But in high school, I found that because there’s so much more people, it’s easier to find more people willing to accept you for you. Every day they teach me how to see the world differently, and I could not be more grateful for that <3

    • Where The Magic Happens says:

      @morgan dodson, the reason I say that is because that sister lives with my father, and I only see her and our brother 4-6 a year. I didn’t even know they were doing any testing, until it had all been done and she was 13, so honestly it could have been earlier than 11, I doubt it, but my dad didn’t tell me anything was going on so it’s possible, my sister told me herself that she was autistic. Then I asked her parents, and they confirmed it and said they had been trying to find out ‘for a long time.’ Considering my other sister was diagnosed within one or two sessions with the doctor, a year or two’s time to diagnose her is an approximation.

  15. Francis Heil says:

    Thanks Dr. Mike for reviewing the Good Doctor. Very glad to hear your opinion about the good medical information they are using in making the show. Really appreciate your videos. Thanks for sharing all the good information.

  16. Δενα Μαλλουσ says:

    Never seen a doctor so handsome 😍

  17. Samantha Peters says:

    Review “Dr Oz.” lol

  18. Harini Simha Vlogs says:

    Oh man your review is so cute…… I adore you!!!! girly feel😂☺☺☺

  19. EclecticNostalgia says:

    There needs to be more channels like this on YouTube. Informative, high production quality, and a good lookin host! (jk, kinda)

    Would love to see a series of these with lawyers, police, physicists, etc.

  20. Hey Nadine says:

    House next Please 🙂

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