Patients Appreciate Good Doctors

Search stats can be interesting, funny, and illuminating.  Obviously I get many many hits related to RA, but the top google search bringing people to my blog comes in a variety of phrases all having the words “thank” and “doctor.”

Every physician blogger should have a post (or two) addressing this topic.  It’s something people want to know.

From blog stats:

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People search this topic every day.

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One thought on “Patients Appreciate Good Doctors

  1. Awesome, love it! Do doctors know? I have one, my NP, she is a treasure. Maybe it’s because she has Lupus. Rheum doc is good too, but still doesn’t get RA as much as I wish he did.
    My ortho treated me to 4 surgeries until “I” figured out I had RA, so cross him off, same with PT’s treating me during this time, making me do squats with a swollen RA joints. I believed in them and followed their instructions to the “T”. :(
    So the score is 50/50.

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