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Becoming more mobile

Thursday 31st October Orthopaedic team came round and told me I could bend the knee as much as comfortable if that made it easier to get home, which it would. This was only if it was for a short time i.e. to get into a room where a straight leg wouldn’t allow, the leg should […]

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Up to speed

As you can imagine, and as I’ve said before, being in Hospital is not much different from being in Prison. It’s a ridged routine, with the same things happening at the same times every day, the only slight exception being the weekend. With all the different medication and changes they keep making to them I […]

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Another set of manual wheels

Yesterday I was at The Mobility Aids Centre, Peterborough looking for a wheelchair. Now I have probably one of the best wheelchairs already, definitely one of the lightest in the world, it is great but can be really impractical to travel anywhere with it. Sure it folds down but only the wheels come off, cushion […]

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Banned, banned and …….. well maybe

Compared to the last two monumental days on the road to recovery today seemed a bit of a trundle down a track. After getting up late this morning (slap wrists), trying to catch up on some sleep (bad night last night) I decided I would write out my Christmas cards. I am usually ahead of […]

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