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Pre-operation Planning

This retirement thing is not all I expected. As previously mentioned I have arthritis and have been scheduled for a total hip replacement.

I am one of the lucky ones, it has only been just over six months from diagnosis to a surgery date. 425 more words

Chronic pain - the 8 point plan

If you are living with fibromyalgia, arthritis, or any of those other chronic pain diseases, you are going to need to tackle a myriad of underlying issues. 1,513 more words

Chronic Pain

Understanding functional neurological disorders

Exactly seven weeks ago I was finally diagnosed with drop attacks and a functional gait disorder. This post is about understanding the condition!

Drop attacks and gait disorders are functional neurological symptoms, which means there is a problem with the way the brain is sending messages to the body. 666 more words


Non Surgical Scoliosis Treatment with Dr. Walaa Elassuity from Exeter Medical Center

In last weeks webisode, Dr Walaa Elassuity was kind enough to explain in detail how Scoliosis is detected in children, including the signs and symptoms parents should be on the look out for. 29 more words


vestibular rehab

see after brain surgery….

the vestibular rehab is REALLY hard.

but the world kinda looks and feels like this.

so i try NOT to look too far around me on a busy street… 40 more words

Me And My Defects

Early Pre-Hab Routine

I have started a pre-hab program over the last two weeks that is a combination of strength training, physiotherapy and cardio.  I have put it together with the help of my osteopath Dr. 764 more words


Physiotherapy Level2

It’s two weeks from the surgery. Still on painkillers and my ability to concentrate is not really good as I haven’t been sleeping properly.

Thursday 17.7 I had an appointment with my surgeon who showed some pictures from the inside of my shoulder that he had taken during the surgery. 437 more words