[at-l] Hiking Plans for September?
jplynch at crosslink.net
Fri Sep 3 10:30:35 CDT 2010
I can relate. A couple of years ago, I had a strained Achilles (just a strain!). It took three months of pretty intensive PT to get back to pain free walking.
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To: Felix J
Sent: Friday, September 03, 2010 9:12 AM
Subject: Re: [at-l] Hiking Plans for September?
Sorry to hear this. I assumed all was well, shouldn't have. Ligament/tendon tears take 6 months to heal completely. I always preferred to break or crack a bone since it was only 6-8 weeks before all was settled. Dealing with the work that you do is a problem either way I imagine. Is the job making things worse?
Back in 1996 I had both ankles "tightened" up with tendon surgery. It was 1 week in a wheelchair, 10 weeks in casts. Then rehab and I was walking on the AT after 5 months.
Looking back I cannot complain. The new ankles have lasted for thousands of miles and I have barely any symptoms.
Arthur Gaudet (RockDancer)
Rockdancer97 at comcast.net
"The pellet with the poison's in the flagon with the dragon."
>>There's a chance that all of my September hiking will be into and MRI room!! This ankle is still killin' me and doesn't seem to be gettin' any better. I'm hoping to be doing some biking on the BRP toward the end of the month, though.
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