Just wanted to ask the graduates and long-time vets if they've ever had to deal with a physical disability (temporary or long-term) and how they managed. Long story short, I've had a couple of knee surgeries (ACL reconstruction and arthroscopy) over the past 10 years and I think my knees got worse over the past year while finishing up my first year of school. So, I did see a doctor and get prescribed some old folk arthritis medication (joking, but the physician did say the stuff was marketed mostly to seniors), but I just realized that I'll be living with this on a worsening basis year-to-year for my whole career as a future veterinarian. And one day I'll need a knee replacement. My question is how hard is it to work within physical limits as a veterinarian? Have you known any vets that were restricted physically in any way, and, if so, how did they manage? Would it be weird to rock a cane like Dr. House as a practitioner? Thanks for any input.