Managing Patients Who Object To The Standard Of Care

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Managing Patients Who Object To The Standard Of Care

Author(s): 
Camille Ryans, DPM

Perhaps it is an active runner who is resistant to having surgery due to a potentially long post-op recovery and scaled back training. Another case may involve an older patient who is very anxious about a medication you have recommended due to polypharmacy concerns and being able to keep track of his or her current medications. In another situation, you may find yourself as the referee between a coach and a young athlete’s parents debating what the best treatment option is for getting the athlete back on the field more quickly.

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