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Re: Rooster & Southern Gardener Post Surgery

Post  bnoles on 10/11/2012, 9:16 am

@RoOsTeR wrote:Pain is no fun at all Mad

AMEN to that Rooster! Wishing you a speedy recovery and back in the garden soon.

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Re: Rooster & Southern Gardener Post Surgery

Post  Triciasgarden on 10/17/2012, 12:03 am

Rooster and Southern Gardener I hope you both recover well from your surgeries and don't rush it to quickly!!!
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Re: Rooster & Southern Gardener Post Surgery

Post  plantoid on 10/17/2012, 6:11 pm

@RoOsTeR wrote:Thanks everyone.
Southern, I hope your recovery is going well, and that you aren't in pain What a Face Pain is no fun at all Mad

Old Chinese doctor advice ....
Go to winow , bang head on glass velly hard ... lot of time .. Pane soon go Laughing

How's tricks ? ( am I allowed to say that Laughing )
Has the inflamation receded , are you starting to get mobile again ???
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Post  southern gardener on 10/17/2012, 7:54 pm

@Triciasgarden wrote:Rooster and Southern Gardener I hope you both recover well from your surgeries and don't rush it to quickly!!!

Thank you Tricia..still workin' on it. SOOO over pain. I'll tell ya..........
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Re: Rooster & Southern Gardener Post Surgery

Post  Triciasgarden on 10/17/2012, 9:03 pm

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@Triciasgarden wrote:Rooster and Southern Gardener I hope you both recover well from your surgeries and don't rush it to quickly!!!

Thank you Tricia..still workin' on it. SOOO over pain. I'll tell ya..........

Pain is sure the pits! Was your surgery complicated?
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Post  RoOsTeR on 10/18/2012, 9:39 am

@southern gardener wrote:
@Triciasgarden wrote:Rooster and Southern Gardener I hope you both recover well from your surgeries and don't rush it to quickly!!!

Thank you Tricia..still workin' on it. SOOO over pain. I'll tell ya..........

Southern, I hope you're not in too much pain and that you are recovering ok. Embarassed

So far, I haven't had a whole lot of pain (other than when the injury occurred). I've had some soreness here and there, and perhaps a bit of discomfort and cramping just from the injury and the bodies natural reaction to "tense up". I'm doing the required pt exercises pretty much every hour of the day. Working on bending and straightening the new tendon I got Very Happy I will say, the pt is what causes me the most discomfort at this point. cyclops
I plan on returning to work on Monday bounce

Again Southern, I wish you the best and hope you're alright and recovering well. It's no fun at all and I know you just want to be back to normal.

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Re: Rooster & Southern Gardener Post Surgery

Post  Triciasgarden on 10/18/2012, 10:49 am

@plantoid wrote:
@RoOsTeR wrote:Thanks everyone.
Southern, I hope your recovery is going well, and that you aren't in pain What a Face Pain is no fun at all Mad

Old Chinese doctor advice ....
Go to winow , bang head on glass velly hard ... lot of time .. Pane soon go Laughing

How's tricks ? ( am I allowed to say that Laughing )
Has the inflamation receded , are you starting to get mobile again ???

funny post rofl rofl rofl
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Re: Rooster & Southern Gardener Post Surgery

Post  southern gardener on 10/18/2012, 6:31 pm

@RoOsTeR wrote:
@southern gardener wrote:
@Triciasgarden wrote:Rooster and Southern Gardener I hope you both recover well from your surgeries and don't rush it to quickly!!!

Thank you Tricia..still workin' on it. SOOO over pain. I'll tell ya..........

Southern, I hope you're not in too much pain and that you are recovering ok. Embarassed

So far, I haven't had a whole lot of pain (other than when the injury occurred). I've had some soreness here and there, and perhaps a bit of discomfort and cramping just from the injury and the bodies natural reaction to "tense up". I'm doing the required pt exercises pretty much every hour of the day. Working on bending and straightening the new tendon I got Very Happy I will say, the pt is what causes me the most discomfort at this point. cyclops
I plan on returning to work on Monday bounce

Again Southern, I wish you the best and hope you're alright and recovering well. It's no fun at all and I know you just want to be back to normal.

Thank you rooster. I'm still working on it. This has been an ongoing struggle. I am seriously praying this is the final surgery. I'm still black and blue, and a beauty of a scar. I call it my frankenstein knee. I know   can/will heal me...I just wish he'd hurry up! haha. I'm glad you're doing well. PT is tough, but it HAS to be done. Bless you!
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