"Like my doctor once told me when I complained about my arm hurting when I raised it above my shoulder. He said "not to worry as we can take care of that...., simply don't raise your arm above your shoulder"
Our family doc, good friend, my wife's boss for 35+ years retired last year.
The only complaint I ever consistenly heard about him was along what you posted above, "I had this pain in my arm/shoulder/neck/back/hip/knee/whatever. I told doctor about my pain and he asked when I had that pain. I told him whenever, I played tennis, gold, fly fished, hiked, ran, lifted weights or whatever.
Then the doctor said, "Don't do that anymore!". Then he left the exam room, and I left and had a bill for his remarks.
Most of the complainers were Boomers, who continued to do something after they hurt themselves. They were looking for some magic pill to allow them to continue do whatever without the pain.
I told them the good doctor, listened to their complaints, found out what caused the pain, and then he gave good advice to avoid that issue. What more could one expect from a primary care doctor.