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Hi all, i am in need of some suggestions. I am 42 yo male, above knee amp (left), i'm trying to find ways to be active and lose weight. Currently i walk about 1.5k per day (weather permitting) swim in heated small hydrotherapy pool for about 20 mins twice a week, lift weights every second day for 1/2 hr or so. ... 20 Jul 2010 23:27
Does anyone post to this group anymore?
I've been reading a lot of stories on here mostly from 5 years ago. Most amputees I've met with having a leg partially removed seem to have had that done from a motorcycle accident, such as I. I'm actually amazed that the news server kept these comments for this long. I'm just reaching out to see if any one e... 17 Mar 2010 21:13
Motorcycle Modification
On 4/9/2005 9:56 PM, fxstd wrote: Jim - I read your story and I'm sorry to here about your accident. My accident wasn't as severe as yours but it still cost me a foot and half a lower leg. So anyway, since you are a right ak you may not need this device on you motorcycle. The Kliktronic works well to ... 13 Mar 2010 01:04
it's broken
On 4/6/2005 1:31 AM, JL Obadia wrote: jim chivers<jimchivers(a)mchsi.com> wrote: Hey I think this newsgroup thing is broken, there's never anything posted, no reply's to hate mail, no threats, no insults, no fun. what's the deal ? Choose another one :-) It's not like there is a new amputee every ho... 13 Mar 2010 01:04
no subject
On 3/28/2005 7:07 AM, Glenn Woodell wrote: You're going to hate me for this one :) but I got back in to a hobby that I had as a kid. Astronomy. My wife bought me a telscope for Christmas two years ago and although it's not the $35,000 scope we'd all like to have in our backyard, it's been a lot of fun. ... 13 Mar 2010 01:04
On 3/22/2005 9:27 AM, Bellatrix wrote: On Tue, 22 Mar 2005 03:53:11 GMT, wrote: Wouldn't do any good,, I take so much pain medication, some one would have to tell me "you been beat up dummy" cause I sure as hell wouldn't know it You really must try to cut down on the medication. There's a man I ... 13 Mar 2010 01:04
Support real support
On 3/20/2005 3:50 PM, Glenn Woodell wrote: On Sun, 20 Mar 2005 19:34:16 GMT, "jim chivers"<jimchivers(a)mchsi.com> wrote: Your absolutely right Glenn, the buzzing pain is constant, but is forgotten during periods of intense occupancy. I cannot watch TV anymore, surfing the net or reading mail is more... 13 Mar 2010 01:04
Learning acceptance for amputees.
Hi, There are many methods helpful here for amputees to learn to accept their physical loss. Http://www.emoclear.com Kendra ... 3 Sep 2009 08:00
New for Patients: FacetoFace Health | Humnize Healthcare
I want to take a moment and introduce you to a new site called FacetoFaceHealth. Our site is designed to help patients connect with one another in order to facilitate better communications. I built the company and site after trying to find answers for Lymphoma. The site is designed to match you automatically to ... 3 Sep 2009 08:00
Support groups Switzerland
In case someone is looking for support in Switzerland, check these: Selbsthilfe-Zentrum Z├╝rich Oberland (Uster) http://www.selbsthilfezentrum-zo.ch/index.php KOSCH Framework Organsiation for regional support groups http://www.kosch.ch/ - Wolf. ... 9 Sep 2008 05:39
Amputee Joke - Just Dont Open If Easily Offended
> A man was basking in the sun on a blanket at the beach near the water. He had no arms and no legs. Three women were walking past and each spoke to him. The first woman said "Have you ever had a hug?" The man said "No," so she gave him a nice hug and walked on. The second woman said ... 18 Jun 2008 23:43
Shake a leg
Some good links. This old "newsgroup" format is nearly dead, overtaken by the "forum" format. Guess I better get with the times... http://www.amputee-online.com/amputee/amputee.html http://www.heathermills.eu/forum/ http://www.heathermillsmccartney.com/forum/lofiversion/index.php/ ( I like "tips and tr... 18 Jun 2008 23:43
Amputation procedure
I just found this interesting to read. http://www.ampsurg.org/html/ak2/AK2outline.html I am looking for documentation of how they drill a hole near the end of the bone and tuck the nerve ending inside to protect it. Anybody seen an info on this? ... 18 Jun 2008 23:43
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