What’s happening to Praxis?
Below you will find a bunch of information on visiting or phoning your doctor and asking questions, how to take care of problems when you first notice them, tips to reduce pain, overcome needle phobias, acne, hair loss, breast cancer, dry skin, and many more.
October 4, 2015 update. I also snapped this photo of Praxis, in Berlin. A physiotherapy and Ostopathy clinic.
November 11, 2015. One of the things I dislike, is when a doctor in the hospital comes to me, and asks me to show him or her, a CT scan, which I do (and that’s not the part I dislike). Then, the doctor tells me how helpful I am, how important it is to have in-person chats with the radiologist, because they say, it helps them know what to do next. Then in casual conversation, (after they’ve finished flattering me), they sneak into the conversation, that the patient has been in hospital for a week, that they thought the diagnosis was something different. THEN, I look at my radiologist report for the CT scan, which clearly states the correct diagnosis, and it was available 1 week ago. So the referring doctor didn’t bother to read my report, and was ignoring their patient in hospital for a week, and then decided to waste my time so I would spoon feed them the correct diagnosis and tell them what to do next (which I do… like “this bowel obstruction caused by sigmoid diverticulitis, needs surgery, like a left colostomy). In other words, I hate how they use fake flattery to obscure the fact that they are crappy doctors.