Survived my first out-patient physical therapy session on Tuesday. I want in with trepidation, but as I’m wont to do, my worry was for nothing.
I came out a little sore but encouraged. The therapist said I was doing well and that he didn’t think I’d have any trouble getting back full range of motion well within a couple of months… maybe sooner.
He told me that I had a “solid” 100-degree bend in my knee. The ultimate goal is 120-degrees. Think being able to kick back and hit your butt, or do squats
I told the therapist that I wanted to be able to ride my bike by the time my therapy sessions were over. He said that was a doable goal.
My current goal is to get strong and steady enough to walk half a mile. Right now, I mostly make laps up and down my hallway and trek to the mailbox.
This knee replacement thing may work out okay after all.
Pain is temporary The pain you feel today is only to get strength to face tomorrow.” ~ Sivaprakash Sidhu
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