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Old 03-19-2013, 05:18 PM   #10
Willson Doug
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Join Date: Oct 2012
Location: Canada
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It sounds like you are healing well. Hopefully the weird pains in your wrist donít turn into anything permanent.

I went to a physiotherapist the other day and he figures my loss of range of motion is permanent, especially after so many years. I agree with you that serious injuries are humbling and they make us appreciate our health a lot more. Once I get back into the gym Iím going to try and train smarter. Iím going to keep the reps low, try not to go too heavy too fast and watch the recovery time. Iím also going to pay more attention to my flexibility especially in the shoulders. At 55 I'm afraid of doing damage that would require surgery again. But it's hard to hold back and not really go for it when I am feeling good!

Good luck.
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