On the other hand, often the reason-for-visit expressed in a phrase or two often doesn't get down to the nub of what brings one of us in to see our doctor. Often we are sidewinded by pain, knocked out of breath by a death in the family, beset by fatigue and futility, or with too many problems to count. Sometimes I can't limit someone's complaints to just two or three because they have a dozen or more.
This is just to say that counting the reason for a visit is important, and useful. But sometimes we can also refrain to count and just let the story be told without any interference. That could be a visit more narrative than EPIC.