Dr. Maimonides was a rabbi, a theologian, a pastor to his flock, a philosopher, a writer, and a superior clinician. Although
he was Jewish, he was chosen to be the personal physician to the Muslim caliph and had a thriving private practice. Yet he
had time to conduct research and make discoveries. In his early 30s, he worked on a group of patients who had pan-neuroses
with symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder prominent. His experiments were successful.