Another name for the garments you often see your medical practitioner and his support staff wearing is scrubs. But that sounds rather rudimentary. At least it is not half as bad as chemo clothes for those who have to endure the aftercare treatments. But applying the term rehab tees to your post surgery garments does have a better ring to it. It sounds so much more soothing what with its casual feel. And that’s the rub, really. The garments that patients should be wearing, never mind the doctors and their nursing staff, should look and feel as comfortable as possible.
It goes quite a long way in helping patients to relax. There need be no ordeals and discomfort in the specially tailored garments that they are required to wear. No doubt, you as a medical practitioner are already well aware of this. Perhaps you have been so preoccupied or engrossed in your surgical and after care work that you have forgotten to notice. If you find yourself still under a bit of strain with heavy case loads, why not let your personal assistant take care of the matter on behalf of your patients, not just you.
But then again, why not get personally involved in your patients’ wellbeing. Treat it like a shopping excursion, something you don’t often have time for these days. It will be like visiting your personal couturier. They know just what cut, make and trim to apply and they understand the intricacies of your patients’ after care requirements. Do let your patients enjoy a little more security and comfort during their after care recovery process. Doing this should add a little more comfort for you in knowing you are doing more than enough for your patients.