August 23, 2021
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Mon Aug 23 20:08:03 2021 (PiXy!)
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Posted by: Rick C at Tue Aug 24 09:01:50 2021 (eqaFC)
(seriously, good milestone in self-care there!)
Posted by: DougO at Tue Aug 24 13:42:08 2021 (kqK5x)
Posted by: Pete Zaitcev at Tue Aug 24 20:51:00 2021 (LZ7Bg)
Apparently it's routine in many hospitals and facilities that the physical therapy people are supposed to be alerted to every patient that could use their help, as fast as possible -- but instead, nobody tells them a darn thing.
I found this out because it happened to my dad. And then I talked to various other folks who have had hospital stays requiring PT, and they all said that they practically had to kick and scream to have the PT folks alerted, even if their doctors wanted it and their insurance was paying for it.
It seems to be some kind of weird inter-departmental thing, maybe some kind of rivalry or tendency to forget, or maybe just a really bad message system.
Posted by: Suburbanbanshee at Tue Aug 24 23:39:14 2021 (sF8WE)
So you might be able to find some kind of post-stroke PT advice, just so you have a baseline. Even if it takes forever to download.
Posted by: Suburbanbanshee at Tue Aug 24 23:41:43 2021 (sF8WE)
Posted by: Avatar_exADV at Thu Aug 26 19:29:10 2021 (v29Tn)
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