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* Patient's Perspective on Preparing For A TKR
* Dealing With Insomnia After a Total Knee Replacement
* "Why Do You Talk Like That?" ...life after a fractured jaw
* Water Exercising After a Total Knee Replacement ....or anyone with mobility concerns
* More to Come....
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Blog Posting Courtesy Rant

Hi everyone. Well, something has come to my attention which I believe needs addressing here and now. We will “nip it in the bud”, as the saying goes. In technical terms, this is known as a blog posting courtesy rant. (SEO compliance.) It involves writing comments to this site. Here goes…

With thousands of wonderful, […]

Carrying Around A Notepad & A TKR

Hi my favorite readers! While recently meeting with a client, I found myself reaching for my favorite writing tool – a notepad. Suddenly, I started thinking about all the uses and reasons for having these versatile delights and how grateful I am for their existence. I have a number of pads on hand, ranging […]

Excerpt #2

Having recently undergone a total knee replacement, I have had my fill of ‘pain meds’. None work that well.  At least for me they haven’t.  There is one method, however, that is surprisingly great.  It is all-natural, cheap, and convenient.  In fact, it can be found in everyone’s freezer.

This effective pain reliever is known […]

Remembering the Humor

While figuring out ways to incorporate humor into my book about being laid up for two years, I suddenly recalled the hilarious encounters I shared with my hospital roomie. Each of us were in there with major injuries (she had a fractured hip) and we needed laughs desperately. And, to boot, we got […]

Total Knee Replacement Update

I once mentioned about good and bad days during the recuperation process.  Well, after having a great week – meaning increased flexibility and less pain – last night…ouch.  All I did is sit in a chair for a couple of hours.  (Yes, I got up to stretch in the interim). Stiffness and pain returned.  I’m […]

PT & Knee Replacement

Having just returned from another day of PT, I can safely say it seems to be coming together.  It has been 8 weeks since total knee replacement surgery, and I can honestly see and feel healing.  There is still much more to do, though.  It’s so great to have a new knee, it’s just thrilling […]

Finding Inspiration

Along with writing come the times when nothing seems to come to mind. In other words, ‘writer’s block’. If it’s not writer’s block, it is just plain lack of desire, hard time with words, etc. How does one overcome this state? Everyone deals with this temporary setback differently.

The Dreaded Twisted Catheter

While hospitalized for my total knee replacement, an episode occurred which had me in a different state of mind. Here’s what happened….

After surgery, I was connected to a catheter. One day I suddenly started feeling like I was getting ‘backed up’. I pushed the call button for assistance since I […]

Medical Profession's Arrogance

There is one thing that I am certain about. I know how to tell when my body is imbalanced. If I hear one more doctor tell me that I’m not nauseated or having breathing difficulties because of the prescriptions they give me – I’m going to smack them silly. Their arrogance […]

Fact and/or Embellishment?

Hi my favorite readers! The other day some writers and I were discussing the difference between fact and embellishment. Every time I think about embellishment, lawyers pop into my head. They can take a simple word and turn it into an hour speech. Then there’s the simple “yes or no” answer […]