In recent reports, it was noted that President Obama’s former physician believed that Hillary Clinton should go through a neurological exam because of her history of brain injury.
Dr. David Scheiner made a controversial statement saying the Democratic nominee’s note from her doctor is not enough to make positive conclusions about her health. The note Scheiner is talking about reveals the Democratic nominee’s follow-up tests in 2013.
The test shows that Hillary Clinton had a full recovery from a concussion and that she tested negative for clotting disorders, according to The Hill.
“I think she should have had a neurological examination, a thorough neurological examination in 2016,” Scheiner said on Tuesday night.
“We know what happens to football players who have had concussions, how they begin to lose some of their cognitive ability. I think both of them should release their records.”
There were ten other doctors who made statements on the same line. Executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, Dr. Jane Orient, M.D., said that certain images showing the former Secretary of State having problems with climbing stairs, as well as seizure-like head movements, require an explanation to voters, reported the WND.
Most of the doctors asked for a complete assessment of the images and videos that had come up. According to them, the voters have every right to know about the details of the former First Lady’s health.
On the other hand, Dr. Scheiner questioned Donald Trump’s health. He said that he believes the GOP nominee needs to release genuine medical records that contain information like height and weight. Scheiner critiqued the note penned by Trump’s doctor, which he claimed was written in five minutes.
“I think you need real details, I think you need actual medical records,” he said. “I’d like to know his height and weight. He looks a little bit overweight to me.”
Spokesman Glen Caplin from the Hillary Clinton campaign ridiculed Trump’s letter about his health. Caplin said that the letter lacks the most basic contents to understand somebody’s health conditions.