ACL

CareGiving for Minor to Chronic Injury

caregiving for pain

It’s Never Fun to Deal with Pain. Whether it is your own pain, or you are a caregiver for someone else, dealing with pain can take over your world for a time. I know. In 1997 I was told I had to have knee surgery, that it was the only way to end my knee… read more

Exercise is Important for Bone Strength

Movement Strengthens Your Bones This particular benefit of movement is most closely tied to your muscles, if you can excuse the pun. At birth humans have 270 bones, but many of these fuse together as a child becomes an adult, leaving adults with 206 bones. Good trivia you can share at the next party! But… read more

Do What They Tell You, and More

ACL Surgery, Part 2 Six weeks ago I posted that I was about to undergo surgery to replace my completely torn ACL. It’s been a long six weeks, but it has gone exceptionally well. Not saying I want to do it again! But my mantra which got me through this was, “Do What They Tell… read more