Wednesday, June 28, 2023

Improving Orthopedics

The health system in orthopedics can improve by prioritizing patient care and taking the necessary time to address their needs. By focusing on patient-centered care, orthopedic providers can enhance the overall patient experience and outcomes. This can be achieved through effective communication, thorough assessments, and personalized treatment plans. Additionally, investing in advanced technology and resources can streamline processes and improve efficiency. By dedicating sufficient time to each patient, orthopedic providers can ensure accurate diagnoses, effective treatment plans, and better patient satisfaction.

Medical System is Not Always Your Friend

 One of the toughest lessons I have had to tackle is the importance of being cautious as a patient in the medical system.  It is all too common to trust professionals blindly, such as doctors, physical therapists, nurses, and other so-called professionals. Unfortunately, I personally experienced being treated as just a number in the system, where my well-being was overshadowed by financial considerations. It is disheartening to know that some of these individuals behave differently when they think no one is watching, or when they lack accountability for their actions, even if those actions have life long  consequences for their patient, families & society as a whole.  One day they will answer.

Tuesday, June 27, 2023

Truth Be Told

Welcome to a thought-provoking blog post, where we delve into an ethical dilemma that has been quietly plaguing the fields of physical therapy & orthopedics - falsifying records. In a realm built on trust and professionalism, the concept of doctors manipulating patient information raises profound concerns. Join us as we shed light on this pressing issue and explore why addressing it is not just necessary but crucial for upholding the integrity of medical practice. Brace yourself for an eye-opening journey through the complexities surrounding falsified records in orthopedics, physical therapists etc etc etc because this ethical conundrum demands our attention now more than ever. 

Do you know the law is working with the Doctors, physical therapists and other so called "professionals"  for example if you discover a flaw in your records & you bring it to their attention then you send a letter & say please add this to my chart they probably won't do it & they also get to leave their false information intact even though they know its not true.  And frankly they really don't give a dam about what you say or do. Perhaps that law needs to changed since it goes in favorable light of the practitioner doing business with you as the focal point.  It doesn't matter if they falsify and/or embellish the "story" to glorify themselves & negate the patients rights.  At this time its important that the laws are given some attention and rewritten in order to protect the well-being of patients experiencing significant abuse impacting their lives from the action or inaction of the professionals who treated them leaving their life impacted forever.  So remember just because its written down doesn't mean its true.


Friday, June 16, 2023


The. day a man 
uses his hands 
His words & lies
His power & control 
Plays Dirty 
In any way 
to hurt a woman 
is no longer a man.  
He's a creep & a coward 

 

Celery & Your Bones

 Celery is very high in calcium, which help to regenerate and strengthen damaged bones. Celery is also high in Vitamin K which plays an important role in bone metabolism and protection against osteoporosis

Tuesday, June 13, 2023

Begin Here

Let us begin again with  the rest of the story by acknowledging that healing must start from within ourselves. The intention of this grassroots movement is to educate & empower others so when approaching  the medical staff: "approach with caution" One might not know the whole story, with me but that does not negate its happening. In time I will do my best to share it with you.   For me & others it is crucial to share my story (piece meal) to help myself and others.  This should never have happened; and never would have if it wasn't for the deliberate action of a narcisstic psychopath with nefarious intentions.   As I proceed forward I hope that the experiences that we share can potentially help someone else avoid some of the pitfalls within the meical system & some of the pitfalls you can encounter like I did with a physical therapist who probably is mentally ill but never diagnosed until now..  Aa we pursue our life paths, we may encounter others who are on different journeys, yet the common goal is to heal.  My story is the exception rather than the rule.  Most of the times people go into medicine : namely physical therapy & orthopedic medicine to help others and not just for the power & monies associated with it all.

Life has taught me that people can be inauthentic, fake, phoney, impostors, insane, narcissistic, cowardly, and mean-spirited. Take, for instance, the physical therapist who caused me great  harm April 23, 2019  in Havertown PA showing absolutely no concern or empathy whatsoever after having going to him for over a year since he encouraged me getting the prescription renewed as hehe kept taking the 💰 money .  I believe he thought about over and over again hought about his actions prior to doing them with ill intentions in his mind & heart; so sad and unexpected.  Looking back, his unwillingness to communicate speaks volumes about him as a professional and, most importantly, a person. His online persona as a "Mr. Nice Guy" with pictures of dead bugs and his portrayal of the perfect lifestyle using his children as props is nothing but a facade. How can someone be so messed up that they would want to hurt someone?I'm no cut out of that cloth but everyone is not me


Tuesday, June 6, 2023

Nobody's Perfect



There is a very real danger of our drifting into an attitude of contempt for humanity. We know quite well that we have no right to do so, and that it would lead us into the most sterile relation to our fellow-men. The following thoughts may keep us from such a temptation. It means that we at once fall into the worst blunders of our opponents. The man who despises another will never be able to make anything of him. Nothing that we despise in the other man is entirely absent from ourselves. We often expect from others more than we are willing to do ourselves. Why have we hitherto though so intemperately about man and his frailty and temptability? We must learn to regard people less in the light of what they do or omit to do, and more in the light of what they suffer. The only profitable relationship to others – and especially to our weaker brethern – is one of love, and that means the will to hold fellowship with them. God himself did not despise humanity, but became man for men’s sake.

– Deitrich Bonhoeffer, “Letters and Papers From Prison

 

Sunday, June 4, 2023

Buyer Beware

When a medical professional displays lack of empathy or acts overtly egotistical in private behind closed doors while you are one on one it can be a frustrating and even traumatic experience for patients. In cases where a patient has been injured or mistreated by a healthcare provider, it is important to take action even if it means starting a journal to help yourself process what's happened and/or what is happening currently.  Sometimes it can be a lot to handle.  Journaling can be one way to help you to release your emotions and document your personal journey. 


First, it's important to speak up and advocate for yourself. Don't be afraid to voice your concerns and ask questions about the treatment you are receiving. If you feel uncomfortable or unsure about a particular procedure or diagnosis, don't hesitate to seek a second opinion.  You can also look & post on social media. 

If you have been injured or mistreated by a medical professional, it is important to report the incident. You can file a complaint with the hospital or healthcare provider, as well as with regulatory bodies such as state medical boards or nursing associations. This may or may not help 
; possibly preventing the same thing from happening to someone else in the future.  Too many patients feel helpless at the hands of the professionals often feeling overwhelmed & thats not good. This is one of the reasons we are creating this platform for our fellow travelers. Most professionals really care but in my case & some others I have spoken to its astonishing to see the lack of empathy & false reports that some get away with at the expense of the patient.  But don't worry there is a Higher Authority that one is God and He will handle it in His time & His ways.  ISAIAH 54:17.  Yes but in the meantime what can you do to advocate for yourself and aid your healing process.  

It is also important to seek legal advice if you have been injured as a result of medical malpractice. A qualified attorney can help you understand your rights and options for pursuing compensation.  It is a long and arduous task and that is one of the reasons why some people are arrogant, unpredictable and two faced.  It's been many peoples personal experience.  

In any case, it is important to prioritize your own health and well-being. Seek out support from loved ones or a therapist if necessary, and don't hesitate to make changes to your medical care if you feel uncomfortable or unsafe.

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