– Hi. Hi.
How are you? I’m Sandra, Dr. Lee. Nice to meet you guys. I’m going to have a seat here.
Is that OK? Yeah.
Yeah. Is there a reason why
you’re wearing a mask? OK. And one of them’s
being around sick people. Yes, we have people here,
maybe, that can be sick, but usually they don’t
have the flu or something that’s contagious, per se. OK. What are you here for? For my chip on my shoulder. So how long have you
had this chip, Mr. Chip? Going on 11 years. 11 years. OK. Does it cause you
pain or anything? Constant pain. DR. LEE: Have you
seen anybody for it? Yes. All right. What happened there? OK. Why? He’ll squeeze it and tell
me to come back in two weeks. Really? He just looks at it?
WOMAN: Oh, yes. LEONARD: Yeah. And doesn’t do
anything about it? DR. LEE: OK. Yeah, he was. So you didn’t really
feel very safe with him? LEONARD: Oh, uh-uh. Well, he scraped it, and– Banged it up hard? Yeah, and it busted it open. And now it’s like an open wound. OK. Got it. We’ll take a look and see,
if that’s OK with you. I’ll make sure I put
gloves on, and a mask. OK. [MUSIC PLAYING] I definitely see patients
who have fear of doctors. Leonard is the worst
I’ve ever seen. I pride myself on being
really good at calming my patients nerves,
but I’ll tell you, Leonard is another level. I really have to watch
every single thing I say, because I think any wrong
movement that I make, he could be out the door. OK, you want to show
me what you got here? Oh, it is a little–
it is a big chip. [LAUGHS] DR. LEE: If I hurt you at
all, you let me know, OK? That hurts? It’s– yeah, I
know you’re doing it. That’s for sure. Just to see if it– if it’s attached to you. I’ve never seen
anything like this. It’s crazy looking. Why does it have
this rolled border and this redness in the center? Is this exposed? This is really concerning
to me, and it really makes me think
that this could be something much more dangerous.