GP shares tales of mutual and instant gratification
Few things in primary care give patient and doctor mutual and instant gratification.
It’s been a while since I reduced a “nursemaids elbow” or a spontaneous shoulder dislocation other than my own, or a finger dislocation, but those all count.
I once wrote about curing deafness in a man with a movement disorder by flushing ear wax more or less on the run as he bobbed around the exam room. That was instantly rewarding and also both exhausting and exciting.