Arthur Schueler, DOwas born in Detroit, but moved to Florida as a young child. He served in the Navy after college and attended medical school at AT Still University in Kirksville, Missouri. He chose family practice because of the diverse patient interactions. He does enjoy the full spectrum of family practice but has a strong geriatric background that he employs to help balance aging people with their multiple chronic medical conditions, medicines and specialists.
People often ask why I chose medicine. Truth is, it kind of chose me. It seems I was just born to do this. Healing people and helping others take charge of their own healthcare is and always has been my passion. I believe strongly in a simple lifestyle and how making simple decisions can change patient’s lives for the better. I love the people I meet and have countless stories of patients who have touched my life. I hope that others walk away from my care feeling the same way about me.
Sometimes I think I have too many hobbies, but I guess that’s a good problem to have. I have always been a fisherman, either fresh, saltwater, fly fishing or with a cane pole. Also, I am an amateur woodworker. My wife and I run a small farm where we raise chickens, cows, bees and a garden. It’s a simple, amazing life and I love it.