"Though you've not sustained any lasting injury from your last expedition, you seem to have a knack for getting punched in the face."

Doctor Frodente's notes to Indiana Jones[src]

B. M. Frodente was the doctor of Indiana Jones based at the NY Medical Clinic in Poughkeepsie.

In early 1935, following Jones's expedition in the South Pacific, Frondente supplied the archaeologist with a routine to increase his mobility and prescribed a daily dose of pills for minor muscle pain.

While Frodente informed him that exercise was the best treatment the doctor could give, encouraging Jones to take care of his whip arm, Frodente suggested he also improve his diet by eating dates.

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