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    Default Re: 2019 Tune-A-Week Project

    Ah, thanks for asking Marty! They took more x-rays at my follow up appointment two weeks ago and the knee looks to be healing well. Stitches are out, but still not starting me on any physiotherapy for at least another 2-3 weeks. I've another follow up appointment in a fortnight. Knee brace now loosened to allow 60 degrees range of motion in the knee though it won't comfortably bend that far yet - I'm still in the 30-40 degree range. But the good news is that I'm basically pain free barring the occasional twinge of nerve pain across the knee. Still on crutches but have a cane ready and waiting for when they give me the all clear to switch to using it. Slowly making progress!
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    Good news Jill! Maybe while you are laid up you could write a tune..."The busted patella hornpipe" or "The floor that broke the kneecap".

    Wishing you a full recovery!
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    Glad you are recovering, if slowly, Jill. Looking forward to your new postings when you are playing-fit again. Are you looking foward to your return to home turf?
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kelly View Post
    Glad you are recovering, if slowly, Jill. Looking forward to your new postings when you are playing-fit again. Are you looking foward to your return to home turf?
    Thanks John! Yes, I am SO looking forward to returning home soon - gotta get meself better because there's lots to do in preparation of the move!
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    And you're goal with the animals will need you mobile! I hope you post some critter pics at some point!
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