Hasani

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  • Location Freimann, Munich
  • Nationality Jordanian
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  1. 9- Garden Table   10- Garden Chair   11- Coat hanger
  2. 4- Sofa   5- Rolling Chair 1   6- Rolling Chair 2 (From mid august)   7- Carpet  
  3. 2- Ikea mattress   3- Generic mattress (thinnish - 11cm)
  4. 1- Single bed with slatted frame (Disassembled already, original at https://www.ikea.com/de/de/p/askvoll-bettgestell-weiss-luroey-s49262439/)    
  5. Items for sale (see pictures below):   1- Single Bed, Ikea ASKVOLL (90cm x 200cm) - 35 Euro 2- Mattress, Ikea Malvik (90cm x 200cm) - 30 Euro 3- Mattress, generic (90cm x 200cm) - 15 Euro 4- Sofa, two seater with pullout mattress (184cm x 69cm x 61cm) - 35 Euro 5- Rolling Desk Chair 1 - 20 Euro 6- Rolling Desk Chair 2 (Available only from mid-august) - 20 Euro 7- Book Shelf (38cm x 18cm x 116cm) - 15 Euro 8- Green Carpet (180cm x 120cm) - 15 Euro 9- Wooden Garden Table (60cm x 60cm x 72cm) - 10 Euro 10- Wooden Garden Chair - 25 Euro 11- Wall Coat Hangers x2 - 5 Euro each 12- Whiteboard (80cm x 60cm) - 5 Euro 13- Laundry Drying Rack - 5 Euro 14- Rectangular Plastic Planters (99cm width x2, 59cm width x1) - 3 Euro each    
  6. Okay this might be a weird question, but here goes. I went to 4 different orthopedic surgeons before I had my surgery. They all gave me different opinions (that was fun...) and I finally decided to go with the last one. Now that the operation is over, the practice told me they focus on the surgery part, not the aftercare. I asked my Hausarzt if he can do it, but he told me he can only give me an referral back to the surgeon. So now I'm super confused how things are supposed to work in Germany.   Do I just find yet another orthopedic surgeon practice and make an appointment just for the control check? Even though they didn't perform the surgery?