Monthly Archives: August 2012

the Paintings in the Stairwell

It was early and hushed in contrast to the normal brisk activity. There were three of them, one on each of the half landings in the hospital. I was quite alone as i climbed the stairwell and was faced by … Continue reading

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battle of the titians.

  It is universally granted that anyone with the grit to get admission in medical college has to have besides reckless disregard for sleep, a pretty lively bunch of gray cells in the crown. So what happens when these medical … Continue reading

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how to speak in a new life

During my observership i went into the spinal cord ward where patients with spinal cord injuries learn to live a new life with some different rules. I guess such injuries push people back to their beginnings as children. They need … Continue reading

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genes and life?

Today i want to write about something that i have been thinking about for a while. Mainly how genetics and PM&R ( physical medicine and rehabilitation )compare. What their practice seems to symbolise of the human psyche. Genetics is the … Continue reading

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my introduction to PM&R

There was an air of expectancy when i woke up today. I had no idea what would happen. I went to the admin office of AFIRM and asked for a week’s observership shadowing a FCPS trainee. The assistant HOD was … Continue reading

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why am i here

Well, this is my first post and i guess i should say why i started this blog. Basically to track my thoughts and path through medical school and on. But its kind of a set out of ideas and opinions … Continue reading

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