Filed Under (Uncategorized) by highflyer on 12-10-2009

Well, after being cleared to PWB for 1 week last Tuesday, today was the day I decided to go FWB all day. Moving around is actually slower than with crutches - strange how the body adapts to adversity. What a great feeling to have both hands free to carry things again, the small pleasures in life are so sweet.

Shuffling about on both legs has immediately relieved the pressure on the good tendon. Psychologically the relief of not thinking a 2nd ATR of the year being imminent,  is immense.  Additionally,  the numbness in my hands has started to recede, with only my little fingers still suffering.

The leg feels a bit tired now, but its been a great day.

Keep in touch.



sam66 on 17 October, 2009 at 3:33 pm #

Have just seen this post. That’s great, Chris - well done.
Just shows how adaptable we are really, doesn’t it? When you get used to using one leg and crutches, then back on two with crutches etc.
It’ll slowly get easier and faster, but rest if you need to, those muscles will still need building back up.
Best wishes,

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