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  • #16
    "He wants to do physio like all the time, walking on the parralel bars all the way down however his legs are like jello and the muscles somewhat ceased.....He looked like 100% better which was such a relief to see."

    That is a great start. I know that as soon as I was able to get into the gym and start working out I never missed the opportunity.
    I will also send you a private message.

    Geoffrey

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    • #17
      Anne-Marie
      My son is an L1 burst fracture. He too couldn't sit up after the surgery. Upper body muscles get weak and it takes time to rebuild them after the surgery. His first physical therapy was siting on the side of the bed playing cards and trying not to fall over. My son is independent now and is doing great. The first few months are very difficult. I can't stress enough the importance of good physical therapy and exercise.
      Take care.
      Ugh, I've been kissed by a dog!
      Get some hot water, get some iodine ...
      -- Lucy VanPelt

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