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Disabled Parking Permit
Family practice : It would if it affects your strength and mobility. ...Read more
Common problem: This is a very common problem in all communities. Although you could call the local police each time you see it happen, this may or may not effect change for the community at-large. It might be better to get community engagement through a public awareness campaign with the help of the local newspaper or shopping mall mailer. Unfortunately, the inconsiderate will remain inconsiderate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are you disable?: Contact your driver license office , they will provide a form that must be completed by your physician and take it back to the d.L office , then they will provide you the sticker for your car. ...Read more
Higher: Very high, if you are in la. Parking garages of course also higher. ...Read more
Mother is disabled.: The only way that you can obtain a disabled parking permit or placard for your mother is if your mother is medically disabled. You receive the permit for your vehicle because you will be the one driving your mother to and from wherever she is going. You have to fill out a specific form at the department of motor vehicles and the doctor must fill out portions attesting to your mother's disability. ...Read more
The who is handicapp: The one who is handicappd.Get a more detailed answer ›
Doubtful: While each case is unique, chondromalacia of the patella is very common. Furthermore, walking on level ground should not be too painful. For these reasons, i would be very reluctant to provide handicapped parking privileges to a patient with this issue. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Broad question: Sorry to hear that you or a loved one is fighting severe progressive disease. And therein lies your answer--how severe is the disability caused? Many cancer patients live full lives, at work, at play, at the gym. Some are so sick they have to go on disability, get a handicapped parking sticker, and so on. There's a complex web of federal and state regulations. Ask your oncologist for help. ...Read more
HIV: This depends on when the needle was last used and whether it has blood in the lumen. The chances of your getting HIV in this manner are very small but it is advisable to get tested if there is a serious question about this. Cannot imagine how this occurred unless you were using illicit drugs. That can certainly result in HIV transmission if the needle had just been used by another. Good luck. ...Read more
Can I get Carbon Monoxide poisoning from sitting in my running car in an open parking for an hour?
Stepped on something in parking lot that felt like a rock. No blood or obviously visible wound. Fear that it was dirty and risk of infection?
No need to worry: I'm assuming you were walking barefoot when you stepped on something that felt like a rock. Since the object did not puncture the skin the risk of infection is extremely low. I think you have nothing to worry about. Enjoy summer safely. Best wishes. ...Read more
A 57-year-old maleteacher notices the sudden onset of "chest tightness" when he walks across the parking lot to and from the school, what's wrong?
While i was getting in my car today at a parking lot,i stepped in what appeared to be vomit!It had no strong odor,but had chunks of food.Infection?
Nothiing to worry: As long as you had shoes on,nothing will happen to you.Just wash the shoes and socks and take a shower in the morning.Nothing will happen to you ...Read more
Why do you ask?: These permits are placed for people who have much more physical difficulty walking than do other peoples. If you have ascites and muscle wasting from primary biliary cirrhosis, this might be fair. If you have mild disease, and people see that you are asking for a special privilege that someone else would need far more, you'll lose the respect of your peers. Make the best choice. ...Read more
Stepped on something in parking lot but didn't see. No obvious mark or bleeding an hour later. Fear that I stepped on dirty needle. Risk of infection?
There should be: a tiny puncture wound where the needle went in. It sounds more like a bruise. IIf there was no bleeding,this would also argue against a needle. If you are not sure,get an xray of foot. It will certainly show a metallic foreign body like a needle. No risk of infection if no needle. ...Read more
Picked up half ate pepperoni stick in my shop parking lot. Had an open wound on my thumb that touched meat ... Should i worry about rabies?
I received a small cut on my foot from a piece of dirty glass(that was in an parking lot) do I need to get a tetanus shot? Unsure of last time I got one.
I'm only 37 but my left arm aches and I can't walk across a parking lot without getting out of breath. Should I be concerned?
I fell on ice in a parking lot 2 days ago and my outter upper thigh hurts now but i can walk and throbs when i sit. No bruise, what did I do to it?
Was painting my parking spot at school yesterday, and I leaned on my left hand off and on for about 5 hours. It's been asleep for 12+ hours. Thoughts?
Because it's fun: Traveling to new places and meeting new people can be fun. If you are disabled you will need a little advance planning to make sure your adaptive equipment will work well. Many helpful websites can give you ideas about destinations and handling disabilities while traveling. ...Read more
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