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This is the first day.

Welcome. Welcome. I hope you will enjoy exploring this new medium of communication with me. In the healthcare field, we often stick to doing things the ‘old-fashioned way’ because it has worked well for so long. For those of you that know me and know my practice, I hope you will appreciate that I have adopted a different mantra. I am not exactly sure what my new mantra is but it would have to be something along the lines of, “If someone invented a new way of doing it, it’s likely because the old way wasn’t perfect” or it might just be “I’m kind of a gadget freak so if someone out there has something new they want me to try, I’m game.” So, again, welcome to my blog. This is a new thing for me. A patient encouraged me to explore this and I can’t expect them to take my advice if I don’t take theirs. See you again soon.