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Transportation via a device with a rigid or shock-absorbing frame bearing two tandemly mounted spoked wheels covered by pneumatic tyres, which is propelled by the rider whose mechanical force is transmitted via a chain and modified by gears, producing forward movement the velocity of which reflects terrain and volition
Main injuries Pain, numbness and injuries of the knee, as well as wrists, buttocks, pelvis, carpal tunnel and ulnar nerve, skin breakdown of the buttocks due to over-training, pelvic nerve compression, transient sexual dysfunction due to long rides

bicycling

Sports medicine Main injuries Pain, numbness and injuries, primarily of the knee, but also wrists, buttocks, pelvis, carpal tunnel and ulnar nerve, skin breakdown of the buttocks due to overtraining, pelvic nerve compression, transient sexual dysfunction due to long rides. See Water therapy.

Patient discussion about bicycling

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Need a Ride? Non-Emergency Medical Transportation

If you have a car and are able to drive yourself to your appointment but cannot afford to pay for gas, you could get money for gas. The amount of money you get depends on how many miles you drive to get to your appointment. The reimbursement rate is 24 cents a mile.

  1. Before your appointment, call MTM, Inc. at 1-866-907-1493. Ask for trip logs to be mailed to you.
  2. Fill out the trip log with the following information:
  • Your trip number (get this from MTM, Inc.) Medicaid & BadgerCare Plus Mileage Reimbursement Trip Log Image
  • Appointment date
  • Appointment time
  • Type of trip (round trip or one-way)
  • Starting address
  • Health care provider’s phone number
  • Health care provider’s name
  • Health care provider’s address
  1. At your appointment, ask a doctor, nurse, or front desk staff to sign the trip log.
  2. Within 60 days, send the completed log to:
  • MTM, Inc., Attention: Trip Logs
    16 Hawk Ridge Drive
    Lake St. Louis, MO
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Healthcare Financing and Medical Credit Card

We are here to support you. However, to help limit the spread of the virus, we have reduced the number of our employees in our phone contact centers. It is the right thing to do, even though it may be difficult to reach us by phone. We ask for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented time.

We encourage you to use our digital servicing tools to

  • Review your balance or recent transactions
  • Request a credit line increase
  • Make a payment or adjust your auto-payment
  • Complete other account service requests
  • Chat with our virtual assistant, Sydney

To register or log in to your account:

  • Cardholders, navigate to “Log In” at the top of the CareCredit.com page or download the mobile app at CareCredit.com/app
  • Providers navigate to “For Providers” at the top of the CareCredit.com page.

As COVID-19 and its impact continue to evolve and develop, we remain focused on the

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definition of vehicle by Medical dictionary

vehicle

 [ve´ĭ-k’l]

2. any medium through which an impulse is propagated.

ve·hi·cle

(vē’hi-kĕl),

1. An excipient or a menstruum; a substance, usually without therapeutic action, used as a medium to give bulk for the administration of medicines.

2. An inanimate substance (for example, food, milk, dust, clothing, instrument) by which or on which an infectious agent passes from an infected to a susceptible host; vehicles consequently act as important sources of infection.

[L. vehiculum, a conveyance, fr. veho, to carry]

vehicle

(vē′ĭ-kəl)

n.

An inactive substance that is combined with an active medication to facilitate administration.

vehicle

Epidemiology An inanimate intermediate in the indirect transmission of a pathogen from a reservoir or infected host to a susceptible host; vehicles include foods, clothing, instruments. Cf Vector Pharmacology An inert carrier or excipient for a therapeutic agent–eg, water, alcohol-containing elixirs or a sweetened syrup, which provides bulk or

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