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Southern California Hospitals To Begin Offering Lump Sum Fees for Hip and Knee Replacements by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 24 Apr 2010 8:27pm The trial program is slated to begin in August of this year.  Charges for the procedures are all over the ladder here with different hospitals and doctors.  No word yet as to how much the charges will be but I’m sure there will be more in the press as this develops.  One thing that doesn’t change though is you still have to code it right to g ... Read on »
Meeting the Rheumatologists and Getting a Little More Familiar with Rheumatoid Arthritis by Audrey K. Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Oct 2008 7:16pm In my last post I left off venting about my ‘ugly man shoes’ and the anticipation of meeting my Rheumatologist during the first few weeks of being diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. It was early September of 2005 when I made the 45 minute drive from Gaylord to Petosky to meet Dr. Huebner at the Burns Clinic, and I sat in the waiting roo ... Read on »
Going Crazy by Leah M. Posted Tue 22 Jan 2013 12:16pm I feel like all I’ve been posting about lately is how nothing exciting is going on and  I don’t have anything to write about. But that’s a big fat lie. The truth is, lots of stuff has been going on, I’m just not really ready to write about it. So instead I’ve hidden from my blog and kind of just kept to myself. I don’t like it. I lik ... Read on »
Musical Monday: Lump by RunDMT Posted Mon 07 Jun 2010 12:00am Thanks to the Juneathon , I’ve been feeling less like a lump these days. It was just the inspiration and motivation I needed to get moving again.   Since about 28 weeks, I haven’t been able to run or wog (walk/jog) and I’ve downgraded to walking, but even still there are good and bad walking days. On good days I can walk ... Read on »
I felt a lump (mammogram) by Felipa Posted Fri 18 Jun 2010 8:09pm I headed to the radiology department went to the desk, asked if I was in the department and was given more forms to fill out. Registration wasn't to exciting, but there was a mix up with my insurance, they seem to think I have to pay for all this, even though before I enrolled I was told mammograms were covered 100%.  They want almost $300 upf ... Read on »
My Right Knee Hurts by Cranky Posted Thu 08 Aug 2013 9:43am I'm concerned about my right knee. An X-ray showed a "bony lump" on it, so my primary care physician recommended an MRI. Got the MRI on Saturday. (Just as an aside - the term "open MRI" is a misnomer. The machine is not open, it's still a donut where your body goes into the hole; it's just that the hole is bigger than a non-open MRI machine.) ... Read on »
Lumps and Bumps by Wendi Patient Expert Posted Thu 10 Oct 2013 4:20pm A couple weeks ago I got a book that had been on my Paperback Swap wish list for a couple of years:  How to Never Look Fat Again.  It had gotten some good reviews and I was curious about the advice; I was hoping to learn a few new tricks beyond the ones I already knew (e.g., black: yes, horizontal stripes: no). Now, I know the only way to n ... Read on »
Rising Rates of Obesity & Sports Injuries Cited at JP Morgan Healthcare Convention As Stable Trends For Orthopedic Procedures by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 10 Jan 2011 9:29pm Ok so we get everybody in shape and lose weight, is this going affect the knee and hip business if the number of obese people decreases?  Business is still growing in this area but not like it was before and one manufacturer has gone into the major recall business with some of their implants. In addition, a reference to jobs was made ... Read on »
Lumpy McLump Lump by Shay2181 Patient Expert Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:14pm 2 Comments Read on »
Warning: Not Training Related! by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 11:45am On an average day, I get between 75 and 100 emails - probably 1/3 of which are random inquiries about training, nutrition, supplementation, corrective exercise - you name it. Let's assume that each email takes three minutes to read and answer. That's 75 minutes per day answering random emails - doable, although it goes without saying that I' ... Read on »