Your Editor has been sharing with readers experiences that made him into the practitioner he is now – whatever that may be. Some readers have written to us of their own vicissitudes, and this series of revelations begins below.
Putting the patient at ease
On a cold winter’s night
It is important to be courteous and gentle with patients, for most of them come equipped with burdens enough. We all have our own technique for achieving a state of relaxation within our clientele but in the end we are likely to fall into the trap of the friendly throw-away remark. Then our troubles begin. Come and see where Dr Pelmore landed himself.
Compiled by Dr John Ellard