Sports Medicine Simplified
Questions You Must Ask Your Sports Medicine Doc
Write down your questions before you go.
- It’s impossible to remember everything, so take notes. Bring a list of your questions and jot down the answers. Your questions let your doctor know what’s important to you and what you do and don’t understand.
Describe your symptoms.
- Specifically, when it started, how often it occurs and how long it lasts. Finally, describe what you are feeling, for example, how to describe pain. You can rate your pain on a scale of 1 – 10 or simple use words such as, "sharp," "burning," "stabbing," or "dull."
Volunteer any related health history.
- If you had a similar injury years ago, mention this. Additionally, disclose all your medications – prescribed and over the counter.
Explain how your injury affects you.
- It may feel uncomfortable for you to discuss anything other than the physical symptoms, but it’s important for you to also tell your doctor if your injury makes you anxious, depressed or angry. These emotional injuries can be treated as well.
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