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What Patients Say

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Hotchocolate, Mar 16, 2016.

  1. Hotchocolate

    Hotchocolate Welcome New Poster


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    Hi Podiatry Arena
    I am Hotchocolate !
    I would like to hear what you have heard your patients say in regard to when they are discussing their treatment , medical history , medications , etc that is not quite right but you really know what they mean ..

    podiatrist : What cream do you use on your feet on a daily basis ?
    Patient : P45

    Podiatrist : How are your feet today ?
    Patient : still on the end of my legs ! '

    I look forward to hearing your patients interesting comments

    Thank you
     
  2. Karen Martin590

    Karen Martin590 Welcome New Poster

    Podiatrist: Hello how are u?
    Patient: Awful.. my in-toe grow nails are killing me!!
     
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