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What do you say to the doubters who think rehabilitation won’t help them?

What do you say to the doubters who think rehabilitation won’t help them?

Donald Peck Leslie, MD

Medical Director, Shepherd Center, Atlanta

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There are people who feel like it is worth the effort, “why do it? I am disabled, I am crippled, I can’t do it, let somebody else take care of me.” That’s rare but I’ve seen it on occasion, and I say, “well, I didn’t ask you to come her... Show More

There are people who feel like it is worth the effort, “why do it? I am disabled, I am crippled, I can’t do it, let somebody else take care of me.” That’s rare but I’ve seen it on occasion, and I say, “well, I didn’t ask you to come here. What we have here is a program that can give you what we feel you need, and what many thousands of people have gone through and have prospered. Now, if you don’t think it is worth your effort, or if you don’t think you want to do it, see you, I think you will change your mind. Because without rehabilitation there are some consequences. Without the education about your skin, and your bladder, and your bowel, and your joints, and your medications, you’re probably going to get in trouble and you may want to call me again. I’ll give you my card so that you can get in touch with me if that happens.

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What do you say to the doubters who think rehabilitation won’t help them?

Donald Peck Leslie, MD

Medical Director, Shepherd Center, Atlanta

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There are people who feel like it is worth the effort, “why do it? I am disabled, I am crippled, I can’t do it, let somebody else take care of me.” That’s rare but I’ve seen it on occasion, and I say, “well, I didn’t ask you to come here. What we have here is a program that can give you what we feel you need, and what many thousands of people have gone through and have prospered. Now, if you don’t think it is worth your effort, or if you don’t think you want to do it, see you, I think you will change your mind. Because without rehabilitation there are some consequences. Without the education about your skin, and your bladder, and your bowel, and your joints, and your medications, you’re probably going to get in trouble and you may want to call me again. I’ll give you my card so that you can get in touch with me if that happens.

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