Grady Lee Bryant, MD, an otolaryngologist with Allergy and ENT Associates of Middle Tennessee in Hermitage, knew he was in trouble when he hurt his back. Thanks to disability insurance protection and advance planning, both he and the practice survived this financial challenge. “A herniated disc compromised my ability to work,” said Dr. Bryant. “I […]
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It’s no surprise that head mirrors are second only to the stethoscope as one of the most recognizable symbols used in artists’ renderings and Hollywood depictions of a physician. Or that, in most cases, head mirrors are incorrectly shown situated squarely in the middle of the “doctor’s” forehead, much like a shiny, silver bull’s eye instead of flipped down over one eye.