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I dont think I’ve ever personally met another person who accidentally fell into a job in a medical field.

When I applied for the job I have I knew it was a specialty shoe store, but a shoe store is a shoe store, even if it is intended for diabetics.

I had been working with shoes for roughly 5 years at that point and I had been diabetic for nearly 20, so said fuck it.

I got the job thinking I was going to do retail and secretary work, and I was right. Kind of.

I got trained to fit orthopedic shoes and orthotic. I got a certification. I got letters put after my name (not something I expected having dropped out of college after a year).

Now I see PATIENTS on a daily basis, not just customers.

I look at their feet and make a plan based on the doctor’s diagnosis.

I write up medical notes.

Shit is wild.