This is the second installment in a post series about screening potential new patients and the importance thereof.
As I stated in the first post of this series (but it’s an important enough statement that it bears repeating here), this isn’t meant to be judgmental, elitist, or exclusionary in any way. What follows is strictly my personal opinion, which is an amalgam of my own clinical experience and my interpretation/opinions formed about the experiences of other doctors. Nothing more, nothing less.
So if I’m not trying to pass judgment, cultivate elitism, or exclude anyone from getting care, what’s the point of this post series? What’s the point of screening patients for various issues in the first place? Why bother; why even consider it?
Continue reading Screening Patients, Part 2: Personality Disorders
Day 3 in the Maximized Living world is a group presentation, followed by an individual meeting with the doc. They review the x-rays with the couple, again going so far as to link a change in curves, joints, or angles, with scary words like long-term disease process. So a reversed curve is causing disease? Do they say which disease? If it’s something structural, they may have a point. If they’re insinuating anything else, however, that’s too far a stretch.
Now, there’s no written formula here for exactly how many visits each patient should be prescribed, nor how much it should cost, other than the regular new patient package (consult, exam, and x-rays).
So, final words to the wise:
Continue reading Maximized Living, Round 2 (part 3 of 3)