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Be involved in your care
Deborah T Gold, PhD posted:
Talk with your physician and other health professionals about your treatment plan. If your care is complex, ask for written instructions to help you stay the course or ask if you can tape the session so that you can go over it at home. Make a list of questions to ask at each office visit. Keep in mind that other members of your treatment team include the professionals at your doctor's office, your pharmacist, as well as the rehabilitation professionals that you may visit. Each has a specialized area of expertise that can enhance your treatment. Being involved gives you a sense of control and well-being that helps keep you motivated.
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