Effective doctor to patient communication is vital to providing the best care. However, not many doctors, or patients know exactly how to communicate with each other. Dr. Robert G. Schwartz in Greenville gives the following ideas to help a patient clearly explain their symptoms and medical history. Robert G. Schwartz, M.D. suggests not to assume a doctor knows if you have a hearing problem unless he is told. Another assumption is that physicians automatically know a patient’s vision is impaired. This is not always true. Robert G. Schwartz, M.D. stresses the importance of full disclosure.
Robert G. Schwartz, M.D.’s Holistic Approach
Dr. Robert Schwartz’ Greenville based practice, Piedmont Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, takes a holistic approach to patient care. Robert G. Schwartz, M.D. and his staff support a joint decision making model for medical treatment to get rid of pain, numbness and weakness. At Piedmont Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Robert G. Schwartz, M.D. provides a number of breakthrough methods for understanding and dealing with unresolved, complex pain, including innovative procedures such as diagnostic ultrasound for musculoskeletal problems, prolotherapy to actually re-grow ligaments, and Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) for stem cell like regenerative medicine.
A Man With Many Credentials
A member of several regional and national medical associations, Dr. Robert Schwartz Greenville, is a part of The American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, The South Carolina Society of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, The American Pain Society, The American Medical Association, The International Association for the Study of Pain, and The Greenville County Medical Association.