A Patient Filed A Complaint! | Wednesday Checkup | Doctor Mike

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  • čas přidán 22. 11. 2018
  • For this week's Wednesday Checkup, I wanted to share a story with you about how a patient encounter did not go as planned in my office. I thought I did everything right but the outcome was not what I expected.
    In life, there are many times when we have good intentions where the outcomes are bad. During those times we need to evaluate why that happened so that we can avoid repeating the same mistake over again.
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  • FoeBane
    FoeBane Před 5 hodinami

    I think the issue the gentleman had (and many others) is that most Doctors believe it is their responsibility to recommend the best treatment route for their patients (obviously, most will agree with this part,as your medical expertise is why we visit doctors to in the first place.) However, where many people end up growing upset with the care - or lack thereof - that they receive, is when the doctor takes this concept a step further, into the realm of simply denying ordering a test or whatever, because they don't feel it'd help. Let's flip this towards another example, with say a soon-to-be business owner talking with a lawyer about setting up the business entity. The lawyer may say that setting up the business as an LLC (more expensive) vs a Sole Proprietorship is not recommended and a waste of money. Here, like the doctor above, the lawyer is A. offering his expert advise, and B. offering the service of setting up the legal entity of the business. The business owner should take the smart advice of the lawyer into account, however he is still free to decide if he wants to pursue the LLC route or not - that's his legal right as an adult. With medicine however, many doctors will refuse to offer the service if it goes against the advice they presented to the patient. There are a lot of facets as to why this is the situation, but to many people, it comes across as the doctor is either afraid of any patient insurance issues/financial concerns, or perhaps the patient will feel the doctor is being egotistic and stubborn, because the patient is not heeding the advice given to them. There are people that believe when it comes to basic tests and such, it is not within the doctor's realm to decline tests and such that the patient wants to have done. Having said that, I do see that you state in your video that you offered to sign the patient up for an MRI if they really wanted to have it done after talking with you about it, which I think is great.

  • Sherry Wyllie
    Sherry Wyllie Před 10 hodinami

    You get physical therapy! You get physical therapy! Everyone gets physical therapy!!!!!

  • don king
    don king Před 17 hodinami

    The patient was an idiot because you gave him tips and advice on how to improve his level of health but he chose to ignore it and then file a complaint. Wow. He should be not allowed to come back if he cannot appreciate good advice. However Mike I'm going to be honest with you an MRI is important because it can further narrow your findings and allows you to see exactly what the person has which is causing pain such as a herniated disc, arthritis, bursitis etc meaning it can further narrow down your diagnosis even if your clinical reasoning might be accurate. I'll give you an example, when you're lifting a patient, it's better to get another staff and not needed later than having just one staff and later you're calling for help. My point is it's better to do a further test just to make sure because based on MRI and other results a physical therapist can then properly sort the problem. I'm definitely not saying that your reason for not doing an MRI is wrong, hell no but what I am saying is I think the MRI could also find other things which might also be a cause of the problem. What you said was 100% accurate, I would do the same if I was you and i wish i could meet you. You seem like a doctor who doesn't look at their patients as customers but you genuinely love your job and respect your patients. I wish more people would be like you. I'm being honest here and its what I think should've happened so don't attack me in the comment section....

  • derpydash131
    derpydash131 Před 21 hodinou

    Let's be honest, he just wanted a miracle cure and got upset he didn't get it. He expected that you tell him what's wrong but he didn't the get the answer he wanted to hear.
    Ofc I understand the frustration, dealing with pain and being thrown around in circles only to be stuck at square one again. The complaint is still bothersome, almost seemed ungrateful after he was offered genuine advice to potentially fix his pain.

  • Peter Formaini
    Peter Formaini Před dnem

    Your approach seems perfectly professional to me. You have 7 years of medical training, not me. My feelings should be nearly irrelevant.

  • aymie baker
    aymie baker Před dnem

    Depending on the terrain (I live in a relatively mountainous area), I'D probably ensure some joint discomfort after 8-9 miles (no preexisting back problems). Good for him for getting up and active like that, though!! Props!
    Poor guy sounds miserable, though. Probably needs a serious vacation and maybe counseling to address the obvious stress he's experiencing.

  • Amaris Paulette
    Amaris Paulette Před dnem +1

    I had suffered really bad panic attacks and all my doctor said was to take Benadryl. I think I wasted like 4 min of her time and after 5 min she was out of the room. I felt really sad. But I know there are other doctors out there that actually do care! I appreciate the ones that do! ♥️

  • mgblue
    mgblue Před dnem

    I would make a complaint too if you attempted to wear a shirt in consultation with me haha

  • Lili Rose
    Lili Rose Před dnem

    So, I have the tiniest bit of input here. When I was younger I was experiencing some extreme pain and was frequently passing out and vomiting due to the pain. I went to see three or four doctors who told me it was related to stress. When one doctor did order me an MRI and an ultrasound, I was diagnosed with severe Endometriosis and a Bicornuate uterus. Now, I completely understand that in this particular case, the patients pain was, in fact, due to the stress and the things going on in his life. However, I can see that he may not have been able to draw the line from stress to physical ailment. Because of my experience with being told my pain was a result of something that was not the true cause, it is understandable to me why he may have been skeptical of this diagnosis. I am not by any means disagreeing with you, I just wanted to provide some insight from someone who has been in a very similar situation. I hope you have a Great day and thank you! :)

  • Arpita Kar
    Arpita Kar Před dnem

    I wanna see how you tell your friends what happened.. would be interesting to see how you talk in a non professional way😆 But thank you for educating all of us and being a good person in general 💛

  • Queen G
    Queen G Před dnem

    so soz that happened to u Dr Mike... sounds like he thought u were making him out to b a hypochondriac... ive had a few doctors like that. but i always got second opinions to prove them wrong xxx

  • Hikmah A.A
    Hikmah A.A Před dnem

    Watching this video gave me back pain 😂😂

  • Dj Kermit
    Dj Kermit Před dnem

    Mike is so passive aggressive in this and I love it

  • BumbleNaut The Whale

    I’m just gonna say, I hate it when a doctor is like, so what do *you* think is wrong?
    You tell me, I just know my foot hurts, your the one who went to medical school, not me

  • Rishav Sinha
    Rishav Sinha Před dnem +1

    He went there to rip his money off.
    You said that's not worth it.
    He files a complaint against you.
    Moral : never stop people from wasting their money.

  • Chris in China
    Chris in China Před dnem

    “The road to hell is paved with good intentions.”

  • 0bstinacy
    0bstinacy Před 2 dny

    I prefer when doctors give me more information and explain things and give options. tbh the whole reason I hate doctors is because they dont sound like they know shit, and Im scared they are gonna try and use me for a quick buck and they act like you dont matter like in and..get out of office deal. I hate that. I like when they are more friendly, personable and share their knowledge.

  • Mamaci
    Mamaci Před 2 dny

    That really sucks because I want a doctor that is going to try to educate me and help me make healthier choices. I know everyone has some form of entitlement in some way but your patients was an extreme reddit form.

  • Transcended
    Transcended Před 2 dny

    JUST F HIM UP, GIVE HIM TANCER

  • Shauna Stanley
    Shauna Stanley Před 2 dny

    The beginning of this story sounds exactly like me when I went to see my ortho surgeon except he wasn't as thorough and I wasn't looking to have an MRI. I even explained that the pain I was having was not the same as before my discectomy 2 yrs prior. I could tell it was muscle and not nerve related. The physical test they gave me were so limited yet they still did an x-ray, ordered an MRI and prescribed me pain meds and neurontin (I reacted horribly to both). When the x-ray and MRI didn't show cause for my recent low back pain they ordered a nerve block. These tests, appts and meds also cost me an arm and a leg. Eventually I realized the cause was the way I was sleeping and my mattress. I canceled the shot and researched on my own how I could stretch and improve my sleeping position to avoid more pain. It worked. Basically I wish my Dr. had spent the time on me that you did for your patient. All I got out of it was lost time and more bills. Some people don't recognize a good doctor when they see one.

  • Bryce LeCompte
    Bryce LeCompte Před 2 dny

    Bertolotti syndrome?

  • Shar Roon
    Shar Roon Před 2 dny

    Sometimes people just want to be passive in their care too. They want you to flip a switch and make it better.

  • Sophia Martinez
    Sophia Martinez Před 2 dny

    Who would ever file a complaint against hot dr Mike?!

  • Alex Khouli
    Alex Khouli Před 3 dny +1

    Are you allowed to film something at your hospital. I think that you should film it because I am very curious and interested at what happens because one day I would like to become a doctor.

  • Ayushi Nayak
    Ayushi Nayak Před 3 dny

    I recall, my biology teacher once saying a good doctor is one who will try to cure the patient with giving him the least amount of medication initially and by going as simple as possible, and doctor you did that. Besides you gave him time which nowadays is a rarity to receive from Doctors. You totally did what you could and I think it was professional and caring both.

  • C IA
    C IA Před 3 dny

    Patient: Doc I got really bad abdominal pain
    *Random lady in her sixties bust into the room*
    Also lady: Here's some lavender oil

  • Jessica Jeter
    Jessica Jeter Před 3 dny

    Ok

  • Burtasaurus Rex
    Burtasaurus Rex Před 3 dny

    I think you handled this very well. Back pain is such a tricky thing to really pinpoint and treat. It can vary a lot. I'd much rather a doctor give me some other options to try first, before paying for an expensive test.
    I've always had back pain. Mostly because I developed very early and had large breasts on a small frame. That combined with my scoliosis has caused a good deal of pain. An MRI is just a test. It would not have cured or fixed anything. Even if he had gotten the MRI it doesn't change the recommendations to treat the pain.

  • jonathan concepcion
    jonathan concepcion Před 3 dny

    It happened to me as well. I had so much low back pain, my doctors speculated kidney problems (based on my history). All tests were negative. It turns out, yeah. It was work related stress...

  • Maddie Jayne
    Maddie Jayne Před 3 dny

    I’ve complained once about a doctor and that’s because he miss diagnosed my dad. He missed that he was in renal failure and unable to pass urine with him having a kidney stone that was blocking the exit.
    (He didn’t have a kidney stone and we knew this from the beginning)
    My dad almost died because they catheterised him WRONG and sent him home with it in incorrectly so he was bleeding and getting extremely poorly because he wasn’t passing any fluid so he was in complete agony AND my dad was beginning to get really bad pain in his back where he couldn’t move and the specialist CONSULTANT told him to go home and “have a bath cause it will ease the pain”

    UUUMMMMM RIGHT OK

  • Najnigier Productions
    Najnigier Productions Před 3 dny

    *CHEST COMPRESSIONS*

  • Mr Duck
    Mr Duck Před 4 dny

    Doctor’s can get things horribly wrong, i’ve seen this in my mother’s case in which she had to get a surgery on her small intestine a month away from an emergency after she tried to get people to care for over 2 years. I really don’t believe this is something serious and I feel you tried to help them as well as you could. Back problem’s often get fixed by physical therapy or maybe it’s just going to be chronic and medications will only be helpful

  • Dustin Platt
    Dustin Platt Před 4 dny +1

    I got a complaint the other day. The patient claimed that I, while examining her, was inappropriate and groping her. I was doing a pelvic exam and she claimed I was completely unprofessional and what I was doing was completely illegal. After my exam I told the patient my findings and she was left in shock when I went back behind the counter and finished serving customers at McDonald's breakfast rush.

  • Owen Hester
    Owen Hester Před 4 dny

    Not to be rude but you should not tell us that he has had surgery and stuff like that. That's private unless he wants to tell his parents because hes over 18 and he only knows about his health

  • Henrique Laydner
    Henrique Laydner Před 4 dny

    I’ve been there. As an anesthesiologist I often have a short time to establish a deep patient-doctor relationship. Once I was thoroughly explaining a plastic surgery patient how she would benefit from an epidural and she just freaked out. I had no option other to cancel the procedure because, even if I decided to go on with a general anesthesia, any postoperative issue would most definitely cause a lot of trouble. Surgery was rescheduled and my colleague who attended simply gave her a sedative, performed the epidural and all went smoothly.

  • Jackson Baerg
    Jackson Baerg Před 4 dny

    Did you recommend the back book.

  • no i dont trust the internet

    I think i understand completely why this guy did this. Last time i had to make a doctor's appointment i went in said my peice and then had a doctor tell me right away what he thought the issue was this was probably the best experience ive had but a relative of mine got into a pretty heated argument about a test they needed and the doctor who thought they were otherwise to young for the test (colonoscopy) the doctor basically just said your fine come back in a few more years. That really pissed him off having a doctor just brush away his concerns and tell him your wrong with little to no explanation. I feel as though in some capacity you made this guy feel like his concerns didn't matter because he was concerned with getting an mri and you were concerned with explaining more possible solutions to him and pathologically he came in for an mri and you told him it woudnt help that would annoy me to if i went in for something i was sure about and was denied or worse am told im just wrong and then denied

  • MrNicoJac
    MrNicoJac Před 4 dny

    10:15 Just talked about people feeling manipulated sometimes.
    Manipulates us into clicking the video.
    Doctor Mike....! xD

  • Kathleen
    Kathleen Před 4 dny

    Tad hypochondriac.

  • Ill Blues
    Ill Blues Před 5 dny

    How can I file a complaint on patient?

  • am loca
    am loca Před 5 dny

    My mom went to the doctor for leg pain and it turned out to be her L5 was rotated and two of her nerves were fused together but not once complained about back pain. The doctors were so shocked and worried because she was working and lifting and the chance of her right side being paralyzed. Here we are a week after back surgery and she’s rearranging the house bc she’s bored of house rest 😭😭 like whyyyy

  • helookalikaman79
    helookalikaman79 Před 5 dny

    I do not get why people even bother making any complaints (To the licensing medical boards etc) as NOTHING ever happens. A doctor physically assaulted a patient, the medical board didn't give a damn.

  • Cooki Pug34
    Cooki Pug34 Před 5 dny

    When you talked about intentions, this has no relations to the video but this popped into my head.
    I had a bully, in later stages of the bully period, she’d follow me and stalk me, after my friend group and I told her to stop, kept moving, but she followed, repeat. I told multiple teachers but she ran away from them. After me hiding in the toilets, my friend told me that she wanted to confront me in private, we met and she started yelling in my face about me being rude and etc, she said that she wanted to tell me something and that’s her reason for stalking me and (over the last term or so) ridicule me and make me feel like crap.
    she wanted to be my friend
    And I can’t forgive her. Her intent was ok but the outcome was horrible. I’d been her friend but one drama she made 3 ppl cry, everyone else mad and wasted all our time, then she started pushing her opinions on my, like I was less of a person because I wasn’t vegan.
    Am I a bad person for lying to her and saying I wanted to be her friend?
    I’m not sure
    Her intent was nice, but her personality is oppressive and aggressive
    She’s moved to japan for a year but coming back next Yr, then we’ll part ways as I’m leaving next year. But I have some sort of inkling she’ll follow me there

  • Alicia Cimino
    Alicia Cimino Před 5 dny +5

    Doctor: the more you rest or lay in bed the more harm you can do to your lower back..
    Me laying in bed bc of lower back pain: well hot damn.......

  • manal38
    manal38 Před 5 dny

    So did he come back and if so what happened?

  • Pandatrix
    Pandatrix Před 5 dny

    I also have a lower back pain, my family doctor sent me to take a picture of my spine (I never had any surgery unlike this patient). Neuro doctor told me exactly same things as Mike but i felt more assured since it came from a specialized doctor rather that someone who's trained to know a little bit of everything.

    P.S. I'm not insulting pediatricians in any way, if anything I always appreciate their work as they are the first to pin point possible problems.

  • Dara ley
    Dara ley Před 5 dny

    That helped me as a nurse student to be honest. Asked an older patient if he wanted to talk to some of our psychologists because he was very down about his situation and he thought that he was dying because of it. I dont know where i did wrong and blamed myself for it.

  • sushma p
    sushma p Před 5 dny

    That patient must be jealous of you Dr.Mike❤

  • Lovely Pédoncule
    Lovely Pédoncule Před 5 dny

    Well, you look like a pretty good doc to me, Mike. Some people are just... Well. Not right in the head. Doesn't mean you're the problem so HAKUNA MATATA AND UUUH KEEP DOING WHAT YOU'RE DOING I GUESS. YOU KNOW. HELP PEOPLE, SAVE LIVES.

  • Paul Lehmann
    Paul Lehmann Před 5 dny

    Sometimes, I find it very difficult to explain to patients, how psychosocial stress affects out physical wellbeing, because still many patients seem to be offended as soon as you bring up stress and mental processes. I believe, patients often feel like you are questioning whether their symptoms are "real". I really spend a lot of time with my patients, but sometimes all well-meant explanations on, e.g. psychoimmunological interavtions, still fail. And I get it, these processes are so complicated, we can't show them to our patients like we can show them imaging results. We don't have good pictures of how long term stress can benefit inflamation or changes brain chemestry. Especially patients with chronic pain have suffered for a long time and are frustrated. And of course they still hope for a simple explanation and a quick and "easy" treatment. And when you tell them, the best treatment plan is not quick and easy, but long and compilicated and requires lifestyle changes and what not, they get even more frustrated. So understandable!! But we need to keep explaining in order for the patient to get the appropriate treatment. I am sure, you do a great job, and are able to help most patients.

  • Royal Raven
    Royal Raven Před 5 dny +1

    Bee-whoop?

  • Kathleen Welsh
    Kathleen Welsh Před 5 dny

    The new Spanish subtitles do not contain everything he says. It skips some phrases.

  • Akshu Trivedi
    Akshu Trivedi Před 5 dny

    Dr Mike I'm a new subscriber and I love your videos.. But, where I come from, this is really nothing.. If this were to happen to you in India there would be a mob hunting you down coz you didn't give them medicine or they were not immortal.. :(

  • Meow Meow Kitty
    Meow Meow Kitty Před 5 dny

    I have a very wonderful doctor who I love dearly and I told him that I was having pain in my rotator cuff and he said lose weight it’ll help. LOL

  • Erin Norwood
    Erin Norwood Před 5 dny

    If he is like me he may be bothered that you said his physical pain was psychological. I get what you said and why but that's offensive.

  • Lily InPink
    Lily InPink Před 5 dny +1

    As a patient who has spent a lot of time in hospital I have seen similar reactions. Maybe he focused on & heard the 'attributed to stress' in a negative way & couldn't hear your reasoning for not recommending an MRI at this time & has anxiety something is really wrong with his back= heard 'it's in his head' = 'not really there'? I find the minute you mention stress/mental health & the physical symptoms that can coexist or be aggravated by stress some people don't want to hear it or hear 'you don't believe me' 'they think I'm making it up' 'you aren't taking me seriously'.
    I always find it hard when you think you are on the same page as someone and have taken the time to fully explain something & think they understand you with good intent but they hear something totally different, especially when they are left feeling hurt or things are turn negative in some way.

  • Heidi
    Heidi Před 5 dny

    Maybe some painkillers, eh? Maybe not go hiking untill painful, eh?

  • Srpski vitez protiv zla

    4:36 when you go Brooklyn for a moment there :D :D

  • Bon Anderson
    Bon Anderson Před 5 dny +2

    I keep coming back to your channel because of the way you approach problem-solving and patient education. You are reflective, cautious, and diligent in trying to convey truth to the best of your ability. (And also uber-pleasant and intelligent). There is always something to learn from bad feedback, and I like how you consulted with senior doctors to sort it out.

  • Abby Pool
    Abby Pool Před 6 dny

    The more stressed I am, the more the muscles on the back of my neck/on top of shoulders begin to feel knotted. Mind and body, is connected in interesting ways.

  • Kayleigh Turner
    Kayleigh Turner Před 6 dny

    I have lower back pain cause of my curvy spine syndrome

  • shrimpmobile
    shrimpmobile Před 6 dny +1

    Dude can hike 8 miles? I'm lucky I can get my pregnant butt down to the mailbox and back without breaking into the awkward "omg my back" waddle

  • AJ Productions
    AJ Productions Před 6 dny +6

    The patient is just overwhelmed by your looks, that's why he filed a complaint Lol! 😂

  • Jed Davis
    Jed Davis Před 6 dny

    Well said.

  • Christine Howells
    Christine Howells Před 6 dny +1

    You should have given him an MRI. He went there with a purpose. Needed ...not needed....he spent a lot of money for nothing in his head

  • Jensen Stock
    Jensen Stock Před 6 dny

    I love this. Thank you for sharing your experience. Its not often that people outside of healthcare see where doctors are coming from. The patient doctor relationship is a 2way street. Nice work Dr. Mike. Keep it up!

  • abbycatnip
    abbycatnip Před 6 dny

    Thanks for the mental health awareness 💞

  • abbycatnip
    abbycatnip Před 6 dny +5

    Complaint:
    "How dare you help me! I want a real doctor who doesn't help me and who doesn't care and spend the time to fix my issues! How dare you be kind!"

  • Megan's world
    Megan's world Před 6 dny

    In my opinion, an MRI isn’t necessary unless there’s something more serious going on, it’s basically pointless radiation

  • jefam99
    jefam99 Před 6 dny

    Every job gets complaints, even about good employees doing the right thing. Nobody can please everyone. Just give him a new doctor and let him find someone who does what he wants. My opinion of course

  • Meahendra
    Meahendra Před 6 dny

    I heard this story about half a year ago (early 2019) and the backpains your patient described sounded a lot like my own. So I started to lower my stress level. University was giving me a hard time and it's been getting better and better. If I have a rough week and stressfull sleep, my back starts to hurt again. It's fascinating how mental things influence physical health
    Thank you so much for telling this story!

  • Sarah Baugher
    Sarah Baugher Před 6 dny

    Just watching your video has helped me with my lower back pain. I didn't know that resting made it worse! As someone with fibromyalgia symptoms, my rheumatologist has always told me that gentle activity that increases over a long period of time is the best way to deal with pervasive aches and pains my condition can cause. When you said that being inactive can make lower back pain worse, a lightbulb went off in my head that hadn't before!

    • Sarah Baugher
      Sarah Baugher Před 6 dny

      Also, you are a wonderful human being and I appreciate you as a doctor! I would have loved a doc to give me non-invasive solutions first but still would respect my desire for an MRI and kept that option on the table. And it made me so happy to hear you prescribing physical therapy. I had a major surgery last year, and physical therapists made a HUGE difference in helping me get strong enough to help with pain before the surgery and with healing and reclaiming full range of motion after surgery.

  • Brian M
    Brian M Před 6 dny

    I'm wondering about this case... sounds like he active. I have to wonder if his issues more related to lack of water intake and to much sugar intake with a diet that doesn't match his level of physical activity low protein? (I'm not a doctor, just curious)

  • B R I C K.
    B R I C K. Před 6 dny

    My mom is a pharmacist and she gets this crap all the time. Sometimes patients just want the treatment that they want, even if it’s a lethal dose of narcotics.

  • Rezenbekk
    Rezenbekk Před 6 dny +2

    Did I hear it right? Osteopathy?? I'd leave a complaint, too, especially considering US healthcare costs.

  • Kailey is happy
    Kailey is happy Před 6 dny

    He seems like he would be a good teacher.

  • AnnieMay
    AnnieMay Před 6 dny +1

    I have severe anxiety concerning dentist because of an incident in my childhood. But a few months ago I went to see another dentist because of pain due to my wisdom teeth. I had several panic attacks before I even met him and and held the hand of my mom the whole time. He then came, examined my teeth and explained every single thing he did, why he did it and went the weird words meant he told his assistant. He explained everything in so much detail our 30 minutes appointment took over one and a half hours. By the end I had no fear whatsoever left and was actually happy for my next appointment. You could say he was talking so much that my fear fell asleep.
    That was the best doctor I ever met.

  • The Library
    The Library Před 6 dny

    Personally, I’d _want_ a Doctor that would try to explain things to me like you do. For my personality, that can be a form of comfort; to know that somebody more knowledgeable than myself does care enough to help me understand what’s going on.
    I guess that for some personality types, that can come off as condescending. Like they feel they’re being talked down to and not taken seriously. I can understand that, I’m some ways.

  • Angelfox Studio
    Angelfox Studio Před 6 dny

    I wish my doctors could give me more than just a quick run down. My dr office I’m unsure about bc I never see the same doctor twice. Im not sure what to do.

  • Mikaella Wong
    Mikaella Wong Před 6 dny

    Tbh doc mike is the most innocent person I’ve ever seen I mean like ahhhh. It’s just so cute and I respect on how jolly and how he goes thru things in toughest situation mentally and physically. Plus on how considerate and caring he is for everyone. I always listen to his stories whenever I study and plus on how I want to be a doctor in the future. Doc mike really helps me to just keep going on!!!💞💞💞💞💞 luvs luvs 💞💞💞

  • Adam Kee
    Adam Kee Před 6 dny

    My country has universal health care. My knees were having some issues like crepitation and joint locking. 3 specialists did PE on my knees and disagree with my request to get an MRI. They told me that my knees look completely fine and they failed to elicit any pain but only some minor crepitation. They referred me to the rehab department and they actually rejected my request for a rehab too. 1 year later, my knee problem never get any worse. In fact, it's now better as long as I don't stand or sit for too long. Those doctors saved the MRI and rehab money for those who actually need them...

  • Katie Orand
    Katie Orand Před 6 dny

    Would it kill you to just write a prescription for an MRI?
    Are you concerned about how much his insurance is going to bill him?
    He wasn't asking for pain medications aka opioids on the first visit.
    I think it is wonderful that you spend time with your patients and give your honest opinion, but come on. Write the damn prescription for the MRI.
    If nothing else it would have given him a piece of mind especially concerning he's already had back surgery at a pretty young age.

  • Don't, Jim Angius
    Don't, Jim Angius Před 6 dny +1

    You rock Dr. Mike!

  • Don't, Jim Angius
    Don't, Jim Angius Před 6 dny +22

    He doesn’t want your help, he wants drugs. And I totally get it.

  • Amina Haljkovic
    Amina Haljkovic Před 6 dny

    Is it true if you cry more you pee less?

  • Amina Haljkovic
    Amina Haljkovic Před 6 dny +16

    Store person: So what size are you?
    Mike: Im a large.
    Store person: *grabs the shirt in size L* - Here you-
    Mike: no No i need it tigther.
    Store person : so a M?
    Mike : An extra small
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  • Hey Guess What. It’s me!

    Do u have a brain on ur wall behind u?

  • Cara Wolf
    Cara Wolf Před 6 dny

    My dad gets lower back pain pretty often, and sometimes it gets so bad that he can't move. Those days are very stressful for him and the rest of our family. He says that he doesn't want to go to a hospital because he doesn't want it to be nothing and take up a doctor's time. What do you think he should do?

  • Artsy Drawings
    Artsy Drawings Před 6 dny

    He probably felt like Dr. Mike was trying too hard. He (patient) probably felt like he (Dr. Mike) was explaining so much that something wasn’t quite right. So he just left the idea of Physiotherapy and filed a complaint thinking it was something bad since he was explaining it as an extremely good thing and thought Dr. Mike was trying to be manipulative. I understand his point of view and Dr. Mikes point of view.

  • captainmanacles
    captainmanacles Před 6 dny

    Don't suggest Osteopathic manipulation would be a good start. Might as well have offered him healing crystals.

  • Werstinternetuserever
    Werstinternetuserever Před 6 dny

    SPOILER ALERT



    That patient agreed to something and later filed a complaint for Dr Mike not helping him.

  • Cuddle Muffinz
    Cuddle Muffinz Před 6 dny

    Honestly, I don't think you were in the wrong. As someone who has been to the hospital/clinics more times than I should have, I can sure as hell say that I would kill to have a doctor like you. What I think is that the guy wanted a miracle drug or something. He wanted you to zap him with your doctor magic and cure him. Of course it had to be someone around my age too 🙄. Any who, he couldve been upset that you said the part about the MRI as well. Some people come into clinics thinking they're super smart because Google told them what's good or not good. I'm thinking he wanted you to agree with the MRI but instead you kinda 1-Upped him with facts that MRIs aren't that good. He was either embarrassed or irritated that you 1-Upped him. Idk that's just my opinion though

  • AppleYum Yum
    AppleYum Yum Před 6 dny

    Should I tell me parents if I think I am deppressed?

  • cicacsaj3
    cicacsaj3 Před 6 dny

    I'm a med student in Europe, and an interesting aspect of this is that patients prefer meds and prescriptions more than lifestyle changes. I totally understand why, I have a condition as well in which my doctor didn't help me much but it seems easy to tell what to do better than actually doing it.

  • Shannon Wojtaszek
    Shannon Wojtaszek Před 6 dny

    Sounds like he could have been trying to get some type of pain medication also.... Hate to say. This is coming from a recovering addict.

  • Frag Grrl
    Frag Grrl Před 6 dny

    My mom is probably one of those patients that complains... I know when my doctor takes a while with other patients, mom complains doc is too slow. However when doc takes time with me and orders labs and a colonoscopy, she's happy. Not sure if the colonoscopy is necessary, but I've been having pain similar to acute appendicitis for a couple weeks, so it wouldn't hurt.

  • Hamza Haytham
    Hamza Haytham Před 6 dny

    Jajajaja,
    Just laughing in spanish for the new caption...

  • kenya lopez
    kenya lopez Před 7 dny

    That patient was an ingrate 😡

  • Andrew McCauley
    Andrew McCauley Před 7 dny

    People just love entertaining the thought that it's not a physical problem. People hear "it may be psychological" and think "it's all in your head, you're just imagining it" - literally all of pain is all in your head, silly! That doesn't mean you're imagining it.

  • arianna
    arianna Před 7 dny

    God Bless You