Treatment liberates patient

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Treatment liberates patient

Postby Cece » Mon Feb 07, 2011 5:49 pm

She arrived at the hospital around 9 a.m. Following preparations, the procedure was completed with local anesthetic in about an hour. Around 1:30 p.m. she was discharged.

"Everything went well," she said. "I walked out of the hospital. I used my cane, I think it was just force of habit. Immediately, I noticed a difference," said Ms Wagner. "I felt better. I felt that my balance was better."

That same day, Ms Wagner tested and videotaped her balance and ability to walk and climb stairs.

"It was really quite amazing," said Ms Wagner. "It was a huge difference."

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A nice one. She got improvements.
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Postby pairOdime » Tue Feb 08, 2011 6:07 am

Now at home, Ms Wagner said her mobility problems are continually improving. She is able to walk without the use of a cane. She realizes, however, that it will take time before her muscles regain strength. To help rebuild, Ms Wagner is getting regular physiotherapy.
Very good....improvements in endurance and mobility, working on building her strength back.
"I'm able to do more. ... I now have the desire and the energy to do things," said Ms Wagner.
It's a paradigm shift
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