Within the great scope of practicing medicine and delivering patient care, we know that each specialty comes with its own unique set of challenges.
You have likely heard some untrue stereotypes, myths, or misconceptions about your physician specialty. And most commons ones are "Anesthesia is just an on/off switch" or "Pain Medicine is just narcotic dispensing clinic and that they will take 100% of their pain away", or "All Dermatologists do is cosmetic work".
So, have you heard any misconceptions about your specialty?
If yes, comment below what do other people (doctors or patients) get wrong about your specialty & the biggest misconceptions about what you do?