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injured knee

Thursday, May 23, 2013

i'm so bummed i can't work out because my knee seems injured.. the chiro said it prob will be fine. he worked on it today with a method called the grafton's method. oh boy oh boy did that hurt. i took a bath tonight and put ice on it. i can feel the inflammation but don't know what the heck i did, just that it felt vulnerable when i walked on it. anyone out there with knee problems?

the weather is so good right now i feel like i'm missing out! we only have a small spring window.. it took forever to get here and i want to enjoy it! oh well at least he feels he can help, it feels a little better already...

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DESERT_BIRD 6/13/2013 9:32PM

    Hey Zo - so sorry to hear about your knee. I hope it's better by now. Are you getting outside? How are you?

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NONIE_C 5/29/2013 5:01PM

    Oh, that really sucks! I hope it's feeling better by now. How about swimming? I know that doesn't get you out in the lovely spring weather, but at least it'll keep you from feeling like you're missing out altogether. Take care of you!!!

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HIPPICHICK1 5/29/2013 10:23AM

    Just keep babying it and keep icing it until the inflammation goes away. Good Luck!

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CARRAND 5/26/2013 9:17PM

    Take care.

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SHOOPETTE 5/24/2013 1:10PM

    oh how frustrating! get well soon!

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BLUENOSE63 5/23/2013 9:29PM

  Keep icing every 4 hours if you can to get that inflammation down to a manageable level. Been there done that!

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ARNETTELEE 5/23/2013 9:17PM

  Sorry about your injury. Hope that it heals soon and you feel better too!

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DMEYER4 5/23/2013 9:16PM

  hope you feel better soon.

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