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It’s A Dirty Job, But Someone Has To Do It

The do-dos and don’t of patient frame repairs.

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It’s A Dirty Job, But Someone Has To Do It
  • “I adjusted a patient’s frame and upon completion he says he doesn’t know how they got so out-of-whack just from falling in the toilet. Next up, scrubbing hands…” — Carissa D., Monroe, WA
  • “I will never forget when a gentleman came in and dropped his semi-rimless frame and lenses into my hands. Only after he’d placed them in my hands did he tell me ‘I bent over and they dropped right into a huge pile of manure.’ I must have scrubbed my hands for 30 minutes … after I fixed them.” — Frances Ann L., Valdosta, GA

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