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deadcarp    Posted 09-05-2003 at 06:39:32       [Reply]  [No Email]
finished breakfast and getting ready for rehab - i've found out that things apparently are gonna need re-training everyuday to some extent although i can pretty confidently stand up at will. my left arm is still a basic sausage so that might have reached a sorta limit. gawd that's frustrating sometimes. be nice to scratch my butt with something familiar :) and when you injure an arm, deodoraht's a challenge for both pits. why don'they make joints like barn hinges so at leastthey only flop in 1 direction instead of my leg hoverimnng in a circle? i'll hafta ask buck - he's only 2 but we have similar problems gwetting everything to work at the same time.

i asked somebody if they don't have a pill that makes rehab seem like disneyland and so far we'll need 14 doses for the therapists and patients so i'll have to bug the doctor - poor guy :)

there might be something wrong with my ticker so they're running another test monday -now granted i've punished it for years but a guy can hope :)




Maggie/Tx    Posted 09-05-2003 at 09:34:45       [Reply]  [No Email]
DC, they are working miracles in medicine these day, so don't give up on that arm yet! When you have a stroke ya just have to train new parts of the brain to take over the controls for the parts that got bit. Just mind what the therapists tell you to do and keep a real stubborn attitude that you WILL get better. A person's will is the most powerfull thing when it comes to healing. Keeping you in prayers! :)


Stay....    Posted 09-05-2003 at 06:43:53       [Reply]  [No Email]
the course of therapy...nothing is going to come easy but you are prolly tougher than you give yerself credit for....yer still on my prayer list and the Big Guy up there owes me a few...take care and God Bless.


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