I am submitting my pain clinic chart notes to AFLAC so I had to pick them up the other day (FINALLY) as I've been dragging my feet on this for several weeks. Anyone else get on edge when reading their medical records and coming across inconsistencies?
-patient rides her bike 2-3 hours a day without pain (no! USED to do do so...you know before the whole pain issue)
- commented about testing different muscle groups including biceps. (Nope...biceps? that was NEVER done at any visit.)
- commented that I am on topamax for migraines. (Nope, he put me on it for nerve pain... it has reduced my migraines!)
- commented that I requested the referral to the surgeon (I finally agreed to it after two months of him suggesting it to me)
Just a few examples, of course.
The physical therapy chart notes are much more accurate, as I've noticed is often the case in my experience.
The mind wobbles, you know.