So, you’ve had symptoms for some time and you’ve decided to consult an orthopaedic surgeon. They’ve done some tests, assessed your condition, and probably gave you a diagnosis.
Many of us are so overwhelmed by the process, that we don’t even think to ask the important questions, or to understand everything that the doctor says. A good orthopaedic surgeon will explain the tests, the diagnosis and necessary procedure in layman’s terms, but some don’t.
Here are some terms you might find useful when talking to an orthopaedic surgeon about your diagnostic procedures:
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