On Monday, a woman named Michelle Lipps started to see a different kind of specialist.
Lipps, an otolaryngologist, is in the middle of an eye surgery.
She has been in and out of a rehabilitation center for years.
Lipp, who is black, has suffered multiple strokes and eye problems.
The first time she lost her mom in 2012, she was on the brink of losing her sight.
She needed to go back to surgery to fix the damage.
She had to get a new prescription for the painkillers to keep her eyes open.
Now, she has a second doctor to watch her and help her keep her vision open.
The second doctor, an eye specialist named Chris D. Bock, has been helping her since before she lost sight.
He is a little-known ophthalmologist who has been working in the same field for 30 years.
Bock, who has a wife and two daughters, has worked on the front lines of vision research and treatment for decades.
He’s the only person to have been awarded a MacArthur “genius” award for his work, and his work has led to dozens of new drugs.
Lips is one of them.
Her eyesight has improved enough that she can walk, read and take a few steps without a cane.
She’s also in good physical shape.
She is not yet able to walk to and from the clinic with a cane or walk across a road with a walker.
But she says she is getting better.
Her sight is still blurry and she can’t see anything below the top of her right eye.
She can see the edge of the street, but it’s too dark for her to do anything about it.
So she needs a different eye doctor.
Dennis K. M. Kline, Lipp’s eye doctor, is helping her with her first-time doctor.
She had trouble finding a doctor who could work with her, so she turned to a man who was working in ophthalmology.
The man, Dr. James Bock of the Oregon Eye Institute, has the same job title.
He specializes in treating patients who are blind, have damaged or damaged retinas, or have other types of vision problems.
He is also the only ophthalmic surgeon in the world who specializes in people who suffer from glaucoma and can’t have glasses.
His specialty is treating people who have the degenerative eye disease macular degeneration.
The other eye doctors can see only part of the vision, so it is very difficult for them to treat patients with glauorgas.
They are also the first ones to have to be blind.
Bocks is also a great listener.
He listens to her problems and her worries.
He tries to understand her needs.
And he makes sure that she gets a good dose of medication, the right treatment and a good eye exam.
Bells, the eye doctor who has worked with Lipp for decades, also has a personal relationship with her.
He’s a graduate of a private school that specialized in eye surgery and has been a pediatric ophthalmoscope technician for many years.
He was her primary doctor when she had a stroke in 2011.
Balls has seen Lipp in the hospital, on the operating table, and has talked with her on the phone.
He knows her story.
He has seen her recover from multiple strokes, from complications in her eyes, and from a broken nose in 2009.
But his job is not about making a diagnosis or treating a patient.
It’s about helping patients get better.LIP is a good candidate for Bock.
She could have problems with her vision or vision loss, but she doesn’t have any other visual problems.
She’d also be the first to have the disease, so the treatment would be safe.
The doctors working with Lips say they’ve found it to be an ideal patient for their work.
It is a hard, complicated, but not impossible problem.LIPP’s vision is still blurred.
Her eyesight is so poor that she has trouble with reading.
She says she can only read a few words on a piece of paper and can barely move her eyes around.
Litts has been seeing her doctor for six months, but Bock is not treating her until later this month.BOCK has helped Lipp so much that he has taken on a new role: He’s the new family doctor.
He takes care of Lipp when she has other appointments and when she goes to see her eye doctor at the hospital.
His appointment with Litt was scheduled a month ago.
She asked if he would be willing to wait another week or two to see Lipp.
Bocked agreed, but he said that she could still go to her eye surgeon after he returns.LITT’S OBJECTIVE: Get her eyes