He works with a relative named Anne. No way. I went to tons of doctors and he was the only one who kept trying to figure out my medical issue. Had me in for a MRI in 24 hours. Good luck. Hope you can find someone to help you. Just remember doctors work for you! They are providing a service to you. If you want them to run a test you ask! The doctor listened to my concerns and did an ultrasound that I begged for from 3rd doc and after they did the ultrasound did a CT scan.
After listening to me and doing what I have asked they were able to diagnose what was going on. I was having fathom appendicitis bc of dying cells that were surrounding my appendix. I know where to go and whom will listen. You likely got those tests because your symptoms persisted for too long. It is not feasible for everyone to go get ultrasound or ct scans all the time. Had the last doctor seen you first you likely would have been given pain killers and sent home by him too.
My opinion-see a naturopath. They will test for things like parasites, toxic blood, nutritional deficiencies. Medical doctors are not trained in this. There are many excellent ones in Edmonton and most health care plans cover. There is a good list under naturopaths. Changed my diet. Pain and lots of other symptoms were gone. Ignorance isnt always bliss. Nothing but good things to say about him! After the ultrasound he called me personally to explain what was happening and to make sure I get to hospital right away.
Douglas Fontaine. Excellent doctor with stellar reviews. Pylori testing. I had an issue that was so easily fixed with a vitamin. Try a naturopath. Lol holy Jebus people judgey much? They test for things that are simple. I had a vitamin deficiency. I saw specialists and everything. But the simple test the naturopath did showed something so simple. So say what you want. I do not think it is a good idea to never see a medical doctor. I am a medical professional. That Doctor - Get With You / So Good be very dumb of me.
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She was also the only clinician we encountered who was able to work and work well with the continual disappointment of treatment failure. As her colleague at the time I was the regional lead for quality improvementI knew of Phyllis's reputation for searching to extend the technical quality of care and also of her gifts as writer, dramatist, and director. Phyllis also had her flaws. But it was her capacity Doctor - Get With You / So Good equality and sensitivity of relationship—and at the same time holding her professional boundaries and standards—that made her such an exceptionally good doctor.
She relished the chance to find creative ways of communicating just as well with the patient from a severely deprived background as with the educated patient. Phyllis's consultations were of a dramatically higher standard than most I have witnessed over the years and uniquely tailored to the patient in front of her. There is no such thing as the perfect doctor. The good Doctor - Get With You / So Good is not one type or one thing.
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Only thus will you fully understand the problem. Before I took up medicine I knew what made a good doctor. I was a mature student. Furthermore, I had had extensive experience of being a patient. I had often had blood taken through an old fashioned, reusable needle, had had barium meals, sigmoidoscopies, nasogastric feeding, intravenous drips, and more than one operation under general anaesthesia.
I knew what a good doctor and a good nurse were like. Once I was qualified things were rather different. Although I was still full of youthful idealism, I became less inclined to sit and listen. I seldom had the chance to sit at all. Still, I loved the work, and, on the whole, I loved the patients.
I still felt compassion and fellow feeling for them. But as time went by, things changed. For one thing I was perpetually aware of time's winged chariot hurrying near and most of the time it seemed to be accompanied by the hound of heaven.
Although I had studied art, literature, and philosophy, although I had the gift of tongues and of clear thinking, if not of clairvoyance, I found that the benison of charity, of the milk of human kindness, was leaking out of my soul, squeezed out by the pressures of work, of financial Doctor - Get With You / So Goodof a wife and five children to care for and keep happy, of nights Doctor - Get With You / So Good by the cries Doctor - Get With You / So Good my own children or the urgent clinical needs of others, of committee work and administrative responsibilities.
I became less patient with my patients, less tolerant of the foibles of the human race, less willing to listen, less able to care. Once I retired, however, things changed again. Suddenly my financial worries were over. I had savings instead of debts. Most of my children had left the nest. I had time once more. Doing locum consultant work here and there when I felt inclined had all the pleasures and little of the pain of full time consultant work.
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But nowadays it would be all different. Whereas in my first preregistration job I was on call for hours a week, nowadays I might at worst be on for 80 hours. In all my 30 years from qualification to retirement, except when I was in the United States, I was always on a one in two rota.
Nowadays as a consultant, I would be on a one in four rota at worst. Would that make it easier to love one's patients? I sincerely hope so. Editor —To make a good doctor we need medical schools to be honest with students and teach them about how things really are. We need to provide medical students with that most powerful and dangerous of life forces—reality. Some patients can be difficult and dangerous. Most clinical decisions have no evidence base. Pursuing ethical aspects of each case is an activity that needs prohibitively intense resources.
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