1 Year ‘Anti-versary’…

Well, today marks the 1 year anniversary of the dreaded event and coincidentally marks my full return to the sport that caused the rupture. (I should have returned earlier but an unfortunate accident in Mexico delayed my return to the ball diamonds by a few weeks…but that’s a whole other story!). It’s been a long and arduous journey but one that has caused me to stop and evaluate a few things in life. That said, I will be more than thrilled to complete a couple of ball games tonight and kick off the second year! :)

To those of you still in the swing of your recoveries hang in there! Once the crutches are gone, life begins to piece itself back together. I can say with some confidence that for the last 4 months thoughts and concerns of another AT issue have been non-existent. I have no lingering recovery issues and feel as though I have been at 100% recovered for at least the last 4 months. I am very thankful that I had the luck of getting to work with an amazing Ortho doctor as well as a great physiotherapist! I can’t stress the importance of going to physio; it was worth every penny!!

All the best to everyone in their continued recoveries!


#1 andrew1971 on 05.28.13 at 9:23 AM

I had forgotten that we are “bang on the button” exact same day ATR-versary buddies :)

I’m so happy that life is good for you too and best wishes that it continues that way :)

Happy ATR-Versary :)

#2 alton2012uk on 05.28.13 at 9:36 AM

Congrats on the recovery eva, and well done on getting back to the sport !! It’s really encouraging to hear that normality does return.

#3 kellygirl on 05.28.13 at 3:44 PM

Great to read another Non-Op success story. I have no doubt that your great attitude played a huge part in your recovery. Thanks for posting an update!

#4 normofthenorth on 05.29.13 at 3:11 AM

Sounds great!

#5 kkirk on 05.29.13 at 11:48 AM

Congrats. I love a good success story. A good physio is awesome, just not as awesome as a great attitude. :)

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