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Saturday, November 09, 2013

In weather, 95 is hot,
in knees, 95 is not.

But 95 is much better than I could do when I came home from the hospital. The booklet says patients should be able to bend the knee at 110 now. I guess I'm not the ideal patient. I am making progress, just slower.


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SUSANBEAMON 11/11/2013 12:34AM

  those "ideal" things are just the top 5% of the entire patient group. they won't tell you the average patient can only do 90 degrees at this point, because they want you to do better than average.

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DISCOVERLLH 11/9/2013 1:36PM

    The important thing is you keep moving it and keep progressing. Not everybody recovers or heals in the same way at the same time. You'll get there!

Now...let me just close my eyes and imagine that 95 degree weather....

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