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Looking For Wisdom - Celebrating the Third Act Home About Work With Me Contact 5 Signs that You Have the Right Doctor I love my doctor. When you have a chronic condition you need to visit the doctor regularly, so it’s really necessary for you to like your doctor. You need to look forward to seeing your doctor in almost the same way you look forward to meeting a friend for coffee, a friend you don’t get to see very often. Unfortunately, I hear about doctors who aren’t as great as mine is, and when I hear about some of their attitudes and manners, I cringe. Years ago, when my wonderful family practitioner moved away, I had to find a new doctor. After she left, I needed to get medical treatment on two occasions. Each time I visited a different doctor, and each time I vowed, never again, not that doctor. The condescending medical professional The first doctor was actually a physician’s assistant, but since the doctor in the practice was often unavailable chances were good that I’d see the PA often in the future. I had a weird rash all over my back and abdomen, and as I had young children I was concerned I’d pass it on to them. The PA was brusque, condescending, and told me that what I had was not at all important or contagious. I left the office feeling foolish that I had wasted his time and my own. Perhaps he meant to be reassuring, but he was not. The uncaring doctor The second doctor I saw for a minor injury. He was professional and competent in the examination. He also was emotionally removed and showed not an ounce of compassion or empathy for me. I tried to get a two-way conversation going about exercise in general and to establish some kind of rapport with him, but my attempts fell flat. I knew I’d never be back in his office. The ‘One’ The next doctor I saw is who I currently see. I knew from the first visit that he was ‘the One.’ People tell you all the time that you need to ‘trust your gut’ and to follow your intuition. That’s just as important with doctors as it is with potential mates. Going to the wrong doctor becomes a chore, and you may even begin to put off going when you really need to see him or her. So I’ve compiled a list of traits you should see in your doctor. As we age it’s more important than ever to have a great doctor. The larger culture tells us that once you’re over 50 you’ll have a host of medical problems that are just a part of getting older. You need a doctor who is on your side, who congratulates you on your wins and doesn’t put you in the ‘Older Women’ box. Here are 5 signs you’ve got a great doctor. If you don’t, start looking for one! 1. Your doctor listens to you. He has time for your questions and is thoughtful in his answers. My doctor and I have a lively back and forth conversation during each visit. He asks me questions, he types my responses in the computer and listens to everything I have to say or ask. I don’t waste his time or mine on chit chat. We’re dealing with my health, so that’s what we discuss, but the conversation is two-way, not just him talking to me. 2. Your doctor explains test or lab results to you. At each visit my doctor goes through the lab report, circles numbers and writes notes in areas we’re targeting. I come home with a report marked with circles around numbers on kidney functioning (perfect!), thyroid functioning (excellent!) and red blood cell count (no anemia!), among others. He goes through the entire report with me – quickly, certainly, but not so quickly that I don’t understand it – and answers any questions I have. When I injured my foot and had to see him several times over a couple of months, he was empathetic and we discussed several possible issues and what treatment options might be necessary for each. 3. She’s positive and accepting of you or your conditions. The overall tone of my doctor visits is positive and he always seems happy to see me. He congratulates me on what I’m doing right and doesn’t criticize me for not doing better. When my blood sugar levels aren’t so great, he merely points them out and we discuss how I might modify my diet or exercise regimen to get them to a level more in line with where I want to be, to be my healthiest self. He also makes a point of congratulating me on how well I look (unless I’m sick!) and how young I am. And not in that icky sweet, ‘you’re so young, dear’ kind of way. I feel young and vibrant as well as feeling mature, and he recognizes and celebrates it with me. 4. She knows you and is well acquainted with your medical history. At the beginning of each visit my doctor reviews my medical history with me, and makes changes if something was entered incorrectly during a previous visit. (His office switched software several months ago, and the transfer of information was supposed to be seamless, but isn’t always, of course.) When he prescribes a medication or treatment I never have to wonder whether he really is familiar with my medical history or whether he remembers which patient I am. 5. You and your doctor are partners in your health. He or she isn’t ‘the expert’ telling you what to do. You’re partners in that he knows medicine and you know your body. You also share medical philosophies. I wouldn’t want to see a doctor whose first response to a medical complaint is to prescribe a pill. Over the years my doctor and I have talked often about my sleep issues and strategies I’ve tried to get a full night’s sleep. With help from my gynecologist for menopausal symptoms interfering with sleep, I have figured out how I can get the best sleep possible. When I mentioned that I’m now using essential oils at bedtime for sleep, my doctor praised them as a great means to better sleep. How does your doctor stack up? Does he or she have all 5 signs? If they don’t, it might be time to start looking for someone else before you get sick. What’s your doctor experience? Have you found ‘the One?’ Respond to this email or comment below and let me know! Be well, friends, and See you next time! Filed Under: Health and Aging What’s The Right Way to Meditate? Do you believe you can’t meditate? If you’re like many of the people I talk to, you probably have a vision of someone meditating on a mountain top, in a temple, in a serene and peaceful (solitary) setting. They sit in lotus position, legs crossed with feet on top of opposite thighs. They sit… Continue Reading Filed Under: Uncategorized No More Sleep Creases There’s nothing better than a restful night’s sleep. You wake peacefully, stretch, thank the universe for this good day and pad off to the bathroom. You perform your morning duties, then reach for the mirrored medicine cabinet door for the toothpaste, when suddenly – you see it. A big jagged crease along one cheek.… Continue Reading Filed Under: Older Beauty, Uncategorized Crone & Goddess–How to Connect It’s easy to say that you should connect with your inner crone or Goddess. It sounds very ‘new age’ (do people still use that term?) to say that you are connecting with the Goddess. But what does that mean? And how do you do that? There are many paths you might take to connect to… Continue Reading Filed Under: Crone, Goddess Goddesses and Crones Last time we talked about the Goddess and how she could be represented in three different forms. While not all ancient religions had a notion of The Triple Goddess who was represented in this way, most had female deities who were respected or feared (or both!). These deities had the characteristics of either Maiden, Mother, or Crone. What’s… Continue Reading Filed Under: Third Act, wise woman The Third Act What exactly is the Third Act? Is it the end? Or is it the culmination of the story of your life? Or even a reinterpretation of the story you’ve written so far? It could be all those things and more. In terms of theater and the moving forward of a story, you could think of… Continue Reading Filed Under: Third Act, wise woman How Old Do You Feel? Some days you feel aged, and others you feel youthful. Why the difference? This feeling can change over the course of less than a week – though you’re basically the same calendar age on both days. Nothing monumental has happened between the two days – current events are the same, your health is the same… Continue Reading Filed Under: Health and Aging When does a routine become a rut? Healthy routines are good. They keep you moving through your day without having to think about every little thing you need and want to do. You exercise, eat your breakfast, brush your teeth, shower, and start the day strong. Somewhere in there you might do your daily meditation or prayer practice. You check your planner… Continue Reading Filed Under: Joyful living Color or Go Gray? Whether to color your gray hair or not isn’t a simple matter. Going gray is synonymous with age, as in growing old. Unless you began to gray when you were in your teens or twenties, gray hair often doesn’t appear until your late 30’s or 40’s. How you feel about this tell tale sign of… Continue Reading Filed Under: Older Beauty Is “Anti-Aging” a Good Thing? Advertisements for skin care in magazines, the internet and on television almost universally use the term “anti-aging.” Cosmetics and cosmetic procedures promise to: Erase wrinkles Restore youthful glow Reverse the effects of gravity Take 10 years off your face You musn’t look like you’re aging, because aging is seen as something bad. These are terms… Continue Reading Filed Under: Third Act, Uncategorized, wise woman ← Older posts 7ads6x98y note: I will never spam you note: I will never spam you

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