Behind the Scenes at The Dr. Oz Show

Behind the polished segments of The Dr. Oz Show is a tireless production team and crew executing one unified vision. This collection of behind-the-scenes photos allows you to take a peek inside the rehearsals and studio. See how guests, medical experts and staff members make the show come to life.

Behind the Scenes at The Dr. Oz Show

The Dr. Oz Show is filmed in studio 6A in the iconic 30 Rockefeller Plaza.

Click here to see a time-lapse video of the set's construction.

The show is captured by 6 studio cameras. Here, the crew is hard at work on set.

While the show is taping, the production team inside the control room carefully monitors each segment.

While meticulously reviewing the script, Dr. Oz is polished by hair and makeup artists before stepping onto the stage.

Dr. Oz begins a day of shooting by greeting his studio audience.

Dr. Oz and dance instructor Danielle Lima move to the beat of samba for an alternative cardio workout.

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Using an at-home blood pressure monitoring device, Dr. Oz teaches an audience member how to properly check blood pressure.

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Hopping on a scooter, Dr. Oz races an audience member to demonstrate how quickly a blood clot can travel from the legs to the heart.

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Dr. Oz chats with cosmetic surgeon Dr. Roger Bassin (right) as crew members prepare for a surgical treatment to be performed on set.

Late Night host and comedian Jimmy Fallon undergoes mole removal surgery – a milestone first operation ever done on set.

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Dr. Oz and aerobics instructor Carol Johnson bring back the iconic moves of the ‘80s.

Dr. Joe Mercola joins Dr. Oz in demonstrating how a normal blood vessel functions with the use of nitric oxide.

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Inside of a giant plastic sphere, Dr. Oz is tossed around by a crew member to demonstrate the effects of motion sickness.

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Before cameras roll, the Dr. Oz team prepares an on-stage procedure.

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Joined by a few furry guests, The Fabulous Beekman Boys, Dr. Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer teach Dr. Oz how to milk a goat.

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Dr. Oz introduces a revolutionary, pain-free technique to sculpt eyebrows, developed by cosmetologist and cosmetic innovator Anastasia Soare.

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Dr. Oz seesaws with an audience member to show how ghrelin levels rise and fall before and after each meal. Grehlin is a hormone that stimulates hunger.

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To help a guest remove unwanted hair, Dr. Oz asks dermatologist Dr. Anne Chapas to perform a new laser treatment, GentleMax.

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Today Show hosts Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb enter “The Land of Oz” for a game of Good ‘Wich Versus Bad ‘Wich to test their knowledge of the healthiest sandwich choices.

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