quick question

#1
as you all know im being re enlisted, My ACIO has informed me that the med centre in pirbright has sent me a letter im to do what the letter says and return it asap could someone please if poss explain to me what this might be thanks
 
#2
letter

• noun 1 a character representing one or more of the sounds used in speech; any of the symbols of an alphabet. 2 a written, typed, or printed communication, sent by post or messenger. 3 the precise terms of a statement or requirement. 4 (letters) literature.


I favour meaning 2 in this context.
 
#3
howie said:
as you all know im being re enlisted, My ACIO has informed me that the med centre in pirbright has sent me a letter im to do what the letter says and return it asap could someone please if poss explain to me what this might be thanks
No idea you haven't given us much to work with.......
 
#4
ok i have been in contact with the med centre and the letter being sent out is asking for further information from me ref a history of back pain i had when i was in last time , thing is physio sorted that out ages ago and i have never had a prob since , will i need to get an independant doctor or physio to certify me for this letter /
 
#5
Without knowing what the letter says exactly advice will be difficult to give. Does it ask you for for a formal Doctor/Physio letter, or simply asking you for information about what happened?
Have they asked for permission to access your Civillian Medical records?

Please tell me that you are not going to be having anything to do with communications/int/other peoples admin.
 
#6
my med docs are all mill only been out about 11 months not been to a civ doctor for anything ,still waiting on letter to arrive,but i know the contents of the letter, thats all it says a few questions about my back and to return it asap so they can continue with my re enlistment process,im just hoping this isnt an end to my re enlistment dream. Thankyou btw
 
#8
In that case simply answer the questions (when it arrives) and return it asap.

seems kind of simple really, a little like yourself.
 
#11
had a letter saturday asking for further information about a back problem i had in 2004 on my pre release medical it was a sprain only and was given ibruprofen for it ,it was gone in 2 days ,surly they would ask about that on my medical .or do you think there just covering there arse by getting me to answer the questions.
 
#13
I believe the only sensible course of action is to go into extreme detail about everything - and I mean everything - you have done in the last 11 months. Go into graphic and lengthy detail particularly about any activities utilising your lower back, knees, arm and wrist. These will be critical to how they view you when you finally get there. Others on here may call you a w@nker for asking such a bone question. I myself would use entirely different words to describe your efforts.
 

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