View Single Post
03-13-2013, 01:12 AM
Registered User
MynameisKing's Avatar
Join Date: Sep 2010
Posts: 1,428
vCash: 500
Originally Posted by Dooney View Post
Of course not. But they are also not telling us the extent of his injury, what the CT showed of his back, what procedure what actually performed. I do have extensive experience experience working with my medical directors discussing these ( types) I use that term loosely as we don't know the type and with the attending MD's and the patients on the recovery process and treatment. I find that the NHL keeps more things a secret then other sports leagues.
I agree, I'm an RN, too! Patients sometimes don't tell us exactly how they are feeling! I can totally see Quick saying he's alright even though he probably has some nagging issues he feels unimportant enough to reveal.He probably feels he can tolerate it and work through it as he believes it doesn't interfere with his game.

MynameisKing is offline   Reply With Quote