I've been wondering if it is feasible to have a physical disability and work as a pharmacist. I used to work as a pharmacy tech and was doing pre-pharmacy, but didn't get the best grades. A little over five years ago however, I suffered a spinal cord injury that left me as a C5 quadriplegic. I do have movement in my arms, but I have no tricep function and I can't move my fingers, which are permanently curled. I had several years off of school after my injury and was not planning on going back. Fast forward a couple years and I am back in school getting all A's except for a B in calc 2 and C in a summer calc 3 class. I was originally planning on doing engineering, but I realized that what I really want to do is pharmacy. I know I obviously could not work in retail, as I can't manipulate bottles and I definitely cannot give immunizations. I was thinking I would either go into research or work for an insurance company. My brother works at Catamaran (not as a pharmacist) and he told me that they're always hiring pharmacists. My question is does anyone know of any other pharmacists with disabilities and what troubles they faced? Also, I've just been taking part-time classes and I worry since I move so much slower than able-bodied students that I might not be able to handle the workload in pharmacy school.