Comments: What's up, doc?

Shakepeare got it wrong in King Lear: how sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have an injured child but he was right in that Paul's mother " with cadent tears fret channels in her cheeks". Paul's father too; we are unspeakably sad for our beloved son.

Posted by Eira at May 25, 2005 20:24

Looks like patience and inactivity is your challenge ie find something worthwhile to do with your enforced rest.

Obviously fractures need to be set and that requires good skill by your surgeon. Trust to your best instincts and encourage high expectations.

Rapid healing requires deep relaxation in the affected part of the body. These are the things I would focus on with trancework.

Remember Bruce Lee broke his back and came back stronger than ever. He probably did a ton of acupuncture though. ;)

Posted by Dave at May 26, 2005 04:17

20-30% of its height? What, you mean the shock of landing from 5m on your feet (hint: roll with it next time) made your spine squish vertically like Zebedee from the Magic Roundabout? It may be painful, but it sounds quite a cool thing to do with your body.

Posted by chrisworth at May 29, 2005 23:58
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