Doctors and More Doctors

I think I will hit my insurance deductible by February. Here we go again. Well might as well get it out of the way. 🙂

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I started Physical Therapy yesterday. They hooked me up to some electric nerve stimulator machine. I had images of Frankenstein in my mind. I will have six more appointments.

In a few weeks, it will be back to the Orthopedic Surgeon for an MRI and a different electric nerve test. That one will involve a small needle. I may end up with an electric personality. 🙂

In February it is back to the Rheumatologist for a follow up appointment. I don’t think anything new will come out of it other than continue current treatment but one never knows.

After all of that I will have met my deductible, so future appointments will be paid 90%. Hey time to go for it with doctors off to the races.

One big downside to these appointments is they have to be in the afternoons due to my schedule. That means no naps until Friday. I got hooked on daily afternoon naps last semester. Hopefully I can make it. 🙂

Such is the life of a spoonie, person with chronic illness, go to doctors who send you to other doctors and they all want to do tests. They all seem to want to move the parts that you tell them hurt. For example, at Physical Therapy, he kept wanting to move my shoulder every which way.

One day Jesus will either return or he will take me home to heaven. Then I won’t need doctors anymore. For now, Jesus has work for me to do here in this life.

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

19 thoughts on “Doctors and More Doctors

  1. Good morning big brother, I prayed for you and will continue to do so. Amen “One day Jesus will either return or he will take me home to heaven. Then I won’t need doctors anymore. For now, Jesus has work for me to do here in this life.” Have a great day/night and remain safe.

  2. “They all seem to want to move the parts that you tell them hurt.” I like this quote. I actually asked one why they did it …that was after I finished screaming. He told me he had to make sure I was really in pain. But you are right…total healing is coming through Jesus Christ our Lord.

  3. I so can relate to this post! One day not at this moment, I too will no longer have to go to Dr after Dr. Until then my calendar is booked. Jesus is the Ultimate Surgeon! Can’t wait…but I will 😇😊

  4. When you said ”One day Jesus will either return or he will take me home to heaven. Then I won’t need doctors anymore” my heart sunk. I AM so attached to you, I didn’t know that, thanks to that statement. Anyway, thanks God for the doctors!! imagine a world without doctors and yet with pain in our bodies. SAD!

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