Sorry, I don’t keep track of shops, offline or online. Go over to your piercer to get good quality piercings or advice.
This question has been asked a lot before though, and please read the comments for tips from followers:
It seems like a smart move to be cautious, and let the piercings settle for a couple of days. There are probably people out there who have gone back to physically demanding jobs the next day without a hitch, but there’s always a risk.
On top of that - and even more important - you don’t want to hurt your piercing in the middle of lifting or assisting a patient, and possibly dropping them because of the pain. So, if not for yourself, do it for your patients.
And how about getting pierced on the day you start having a holiday, for instance? That way you’ll have plenty of time.
Mh. That is a pity. In case they have already healed well, you might consider switching to PTFE (teflon) piercings, although these are not for long-term wear. Maybe he’ll like that better.
Read more, and get informed on the risks and requirements for PTFE piercings over at safepiercing: