Dr. Charles D. Schlesinger discusses a simple and versatile instrument
Does a clinician really have to have the “latest and greatest”? Believe me, I am a huge advocate of using the very best technology to achieve better results in less time. I wholeheartedly embrace the technologies that not only make me a better practitioner, but also those things with which I surround myself that improve my quality of life.
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