- A doctor, Tony Adkins, won over social media with the way he cheers up sick kids
- Videos of Dr Adkins shows him having dance offs with his patients and it is just adorable
- The clips has made the handsome doctor a household name and one of his videos gathered over 130 million views
Some people are doctors for the money, but for others it is a calling. One of these doctors is Dr Tony Adkins - a pediatric neurosurgery physician assistant.
Dr Adkins works at the Children’s Hospital of Orange Country (CHOC) in California, US, and has accurately been dubbed the "dancing doc."
The medical physician uses dance to cheer up his sick patients and adorable videos of the dance offs have gone viral.
According to News24, the dancing doc uses the technique to cheer up his young patients and to protect the “magic of childhood” regardless of their illnesses.
“Dancing with patients is important because it adds levity and joy to the hospital experiences,” he said.
One of his videos, which was posted on Facebook in April, has since gathered over 130 million views.
Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the reactions and it is clear social media users are in love with the caring doctor.
Dembeli Wyw said: "God bless you and your team. May HIS grace be upon you all."
Coreen Smith added: "You Are Amazing. I Wish there was more Doctors like you in this World, you have a heart of Gold."
Christy Grob wrote: "Is there anyone out there who's not completely in love with this man??"
Candea Aarons commented: "Dr. Adkins you're the epitome of excellent bedside manner, awesome personality, positive energy and an all around beautiful spirit. My prayer for you is that God continues to bless you and keep you. I'm personally sending you my appreciation. Thank you for all that you do and thank you for using all of your God given knowledge and talents to help heal, motivate and inspire everyone in this world you're a great man and an excellent spirit."
Take a look at the heartwarming video below:
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