There seems to be an expectation that people should be able to tell whether you “deserve” to park in a handicapped spot just by looking at you.
Monday, August 24, 2015
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
PT & Me
I know that physical therapy techniques have done a world of good for some people. I also know that I won’t be able to tell if they will help me unless I try them. Do you have any advice for improving the experience?
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The Importance of Patient Feedback
Our healthcare system can be extremely complicated to navigate. It often seems like patients are a captive audience, with little to no power to influence how we are treated.
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