Jason Jordan is currently living in Germany where he and his wife are teachers in the Department of Defense School. In this episode, Jason shares the health challenges that his wife had faced during their first 2 years of living in Germany. Find out how their US provided private health insurance became the key for them to be able to get the healthcare they need for his wife.
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn
- About Jason Jordan’s wife who was pregnant with their twin boys during their first two years of living in Germany
- When his wife complained that she was not feeling well and there were only 6 weeks left until the full pregnancy
- Why they had to transfer hospitals from German National Hospital to a women’s hospital in Germany
- How they found out that the hospital they are staying at is understaffed because of the medical strike
- How their private health insurance was able to help them get proper healthcare and 2nd option for his wife’s condition
- How their private physician had handled all the needed follow up care for his wife
- About Jason’s top three tips to patients who i tend to travel abroad for medical care
The Onwards Medical Breakthrough
With new spinal cord stimulator, Army veteran is finally free of pain
“Three months ago the 49-year-old Lansing, Ka., man couldn’t do much of anything without wincing in pain. His lower back hurt too much. He tried massages, chiropractic and steroid injections. He popped pain pills like Tic Tacs.”
“It did the job. So much so that Hoffman decided to play indoor kickball with his church’s youth group, for which he serves as a mentor. Everything went great, until a thrown ball tripped him up and sent him sprawling to the ground and into a wall.”
You can learn more about this discovery at this link.