Neurologist: "Okay, so you're a physiatrist, right?"
Me: "Yup." (whatever that is)
Neurology: "So which way is internal rotation of the hip? Is it like this?" [internally rotates her hip]
Me: "Yeah...." (is this a trick question?)
Neurologist: "Because I heard when you internally rotate the hip, you are actually externally rotating it in its socket."
Neurologist: "Maybe I'm thinking of another joint? Where when you internally rotate it, you are actually externally rotating it? What joint is that?"
Me: "Not one that I've ever heard of."
I asked another physiatrist about this, who does a lot of musculoskeletal medicine. His response was: "I think the kind of joint she is talking about is only legal for medicinal purposes."
Do you know what she was talking about?