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Replying to Topic: Physical Rehab
Created On 2/16/05 1:38 PM by B'Simcha


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B'Simcha
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2/16/05 1:38 PM
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I've been in physical rehab on and off for the past 2 years to try to learn to walk again (using a prosthesis) following amputation due to an automobile accident - It seems its always 10 steps forward and 15 steps back (pun intended ). Any recommendations for keeping up the momentum and enthusiasm, when it just gets too frustrating? Thanks, B'Simcha
 
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rayray
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3/13/05 11:18 PM
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i was in physical therapy for a totaly diff reason but yeah its like that. i have a tumor in my knee and its on the muscle and bc of it my knee muscle is week and my knee gives out so the theory was if i go to physical therapy my knee will be strong and then the tumor would be there but since its benign i wouldnt need surgery. but then my knee gets really strong to the point were i dont need physical therapy anymore and then not even a month later im back and my knee is worse then b4. whats the deal with it, i do all my excercises but its not as intense as the actual physical therapy. i dunno wish i could give u some words of advice





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2/22/06 10:17 AM
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My daughter had brainstem surgery to remove an AVM. The surgery was sucessful, but now my daughter's symptoms are worse than before and she needs intensive rehab to be able to function normally - walk, use her arm, see properly etc. Does anyone have any experience with brain surgery rehab? She is a very young mother of very young children and I am hoping she will get back to taking care of them as soon as possible.
 
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