This time it showed a fracture which even I could see.When I asked my friend WTF age has to do with it, surely it's the quality of life, she said that they don't like doing them on under 75's unless it's absolutely necessary because a hip joint only has a life of ten years so if they wait until you are 75 it should see you until you croak.|
Imagine their nerve! Where are their manners?? I always thought the English were such polite folks.Had she been here she probably would have had a new hips several years ago and enjoying a much better quality of life.
Saturday morning I went into a county run Convenient Care walk-in (Limp-in?) clinic where I was X-rayed 3 times.
What the F*** would have happened in the UK ?
It doesn't bear thinking about. The Doc said I had no fractures and he had no idea what the problem was.xml
Losing money by being too efficient is a whole new slant. By 2130 it was excrutiating.
Nice to see the current Government is keeping the Red Tape Flying HereOriginally Posted by Lynne
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And just how is it cheaper to make patients wait 100+ days?Originally Posted by AdobePinon
And just how is it cheaper to make patients wait 100+ days?
Hopefully a certain percentage will die before the time, others will get better, others will get discouraged and go elsewhere.A severe case is being totally immobile.
Now I have a soft boot, minimal pain, and a re-appointment in 3 weeks for another set of X-rays.telegraph. This time it showed a fracture which even I could see.
Recently I got an email from a friend of mine whose mum lives just outside London.localhost/www.
Tuesday morning I went to a private Foot and Ankle clinic (on my insurance)and was X-rayed again.