I did a lot of SG-1 watching, myself. It was fun to do a re-watch; though I did more rewatching (or should I say re-starting) than I thought I would given that I'd often mid episode and have to start again and see where I had left off.What kind of shows or movies do you normally like? I know everyone here has a favorite. lol. I think I'm planning to start with re-watching my favorite Stargate SG1 show, when it won't matter if I can't focus.
question for those who are more knowledgeable than me. If time and healing is most important, what is the value of physical therapy if it causes pain and inflamation? I know some, including my (surgeon) believe that you must push through pain so that scar tissue does not build up and interfere with range of motion?
Why would he do that? As long as your function is good, that's what he should care about, not numbers. I am also one that never took PT, even after all 11 knee surgeries. I did my daily activities and increased them as my knee allowed. I firmly believe that the body knows how to rehab itself if we use it the way it was intended to be used. My OS gave me a prescription for PT, but I never went. He didn't say a word about it. He was happy with my results.I am afraid that I will catch hell from my Doctor
Hopefully this will help:oh sorry, I couldn't find my thread this morning. I tried a search under my name but was unable to locate it. What am I missing?