They told him he could never become a doctor.
He knew faith and persistence would find a way.

Injured in a diving accident at the age of 14, Jim Post was told that he would never walk again. He initially reacted bitterly to this news, but decided to make the best of his life and pursue his dream to become a physician.
His determination to become a physician was covered nationwide (CNN, NBC Nightly News, & The Today Show) when all of his medical school applications were rejected because of his disability.

Undaunted, he continued to fight for his dream.
These days Jim is a respected physician and married with two children. He wants to share his incredible journey of faith and determination with others to encourage them to pursue their dreams no matter what obstacles may stand in the way. Ready to be inspired?

More From Dr. Post

The Book

Dr. Post's book Yes I Can, is the soon to be published inspiring story about his life.

In the News

Dr. Post has been featured on the Today Show, CNN, NBC News, and other media outlets.


Dr. Post can speak to any size group on a wide variety of topics.

God and Country

Thoughts on Faith and Opportunity in America.

Health Corner

Thoughts on diet, nutrition and overall health.

Mobility Issues

Thoughts on mobility issues.

Latest Blog Posts

  • Food Is Medicine

    Food is medicine and can affect physical as well as mental health. My interest in healthy eating and supplements started not long after I was injured. As a hobby, I started reading books about vitamins and minerals. I would use this information to doctor myself when I developed a urinary tract infection or even the [...]

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  • Disabled or Handicapped

    What is the difference between being disabled and being handicapped?   Many years ago a blind physician named Stanley Wainapel explained the difference to me.  Examples of disabilities include stuttering, blindness, deafness, paralysis, hyperactivity, and depression. My disability is paralysis of the upper and lower extremities. However, this disability does not equal handicapped. If I [...]

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  • Faith in Crises

    “Why Me?”  Is usually the first thing we say when something bad happens. When my doctor said, “Jim, you will never walk again”, I was angry and turned to God demanding an explanation.  ” I was a straight shooter and played by the rules, what did I do to deserve such a tragedy at age [...]

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