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I am not an idiot. I just act like one. My mother will say: it is acting like one that makes you an idiot.

I am hung over: today I will write about it. 482 more words

Hang Over

Shell Shock Discussion

Shell Shock is something that can occur to any individual that goes through event that involves trauma. For many, back in WWI is when shell shock was first developed. 233 more words

Patient experience: Jure Franko, Olympic medal winner

The end of knee pain

09/06/2014

In spite of the fact that already for 30 years he is not a professional athlete, Jure Franko will forever remain in our history the winner of the first Slovene and Yugoslavian medal on the legendary winter 1984 Olympics in Sarajevo. 317 more words

Artros

Injury Bug Bites Again

I went through a long stretch of great health but it seems the injury bug is back and making me miserable.

I have mentioned before my left knee… but last week I took a step and just about fell on my ass. 131 more words

Tallahassee

Surgery Doesn’t Help Mild Knee Osteoarthritis

Canadian researchers recently found that surgery didn’t help those with mild knee osteoarthritis.

805 participants with osteoarthritis and meniscal tears took part in this study, conducted by McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. 254 more words

Pain Management

Interview About Meniscus Repair With Dr. Max Greig Orthopedic Surgeon in Puerto Vallerta Mexico

by Ana.S

Interview About Meniscus Repair With Dr. Max Greig

Orthopedic Surgeon in Puerto Vallerta, Mexico

Dr. Max Greig is a renowned orthopedic surgeon in Mexico, with an experience of more than 20 years. 333 more words

Orthopedic

And then the rain came

After one of the driest Septembers on record, October has barely started before the rain has returned announcing the onset of more changeable weather more in keeping, perhaps, with the time of year. 59 more words

Photography