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  • A daily injury in my practice is a tendon injury. This particular one involves the Flexor Pollicis Longus tendon.
Unfortunately, the tendon was retracted into the wrist when it was injured, requiring retrieval of it at the wrist first, tunneling it to the thumb, tunneling it through the thumb pulleys and connecting it.
I will start immediate motion on the thumb now.
The video of the immediate post on result is in the last post.
  • A daily injury in my practice is a tendon injury. This particular one involves the Flexor Pollicis Longus tendon.
    Unfortunately, the tendon was retracted into the wrist when it was injured, requiring retrieval of it at the wrist first, tunneling it to the thumb, tunneling it through the thumb pulleys and connecting it.
    I will start immediate motion on the thumb now.
    The video of the immediate post on result is in the last post.
  •  53  2  2 hours ago
  • As an acupuncturist I know how to treat injuries, but I never really knew what it was like to be injured. Besides occasional bruises, scratches and a cat poking my eye out, I thought I was lucky to make it to this age without major traumas. That is until a few weeks ago..I fractured my wrist and that changed everything. I could no longer engage in certain social activities, perform certain daily tasks without assistance, and most devastatingly to me work. It brought my life to a complete pause. I suddenly went from a healthcare provider to a patient. I felt helpless, vulnerable, confused and fearful of what this injury might bring and how long it will last. Navigating the healthcare system and finding the appropriate surgeon and treatment was difficult and frustrating. All I wanted was for someone to take charge, treat with confidence and tell me that everything will be ok. The emotional anxiety was far more challenging to deal with than physical discomfort. And while dealing with this injury I couldn’t help but think about my patients. A lot of them come from even more difficult situations. I always try to be empathetic to their situations but my personal experience taught me now that it’s not enough. Besides treating patients with care and understanding, we must always ensure two additional things: 1. Offer encouragement, positive mindset, hope for healing, and emphasize that it’s a transitory state; 2. Make sure that they have a good support network set up to help them deal with their situation; and if not, offer proper resources to help them establish one. I was lucky to have people around me who offered advice, encouragement, support and everything else that I needed to help me get better as quickly as possible- and for that I am grateful. And from that I learned that as practitioners we have to ensure that our patients are taken care of not only when they are in our office, but also when they step outside of it.
  • As an acupuncturist I know how to treat injuries, but I never really knew what it was like to be injured. Besides occasional bruises, scratches and a cat poking my eye out, I thought I was lucky to make it to this age without major traumas. That is until a few weeks ago..I fractured my wrist and that changed everything. I could no longer engage in certain social activities, perform certain daily tasks without assistance, and most devastatingly to me work. It brought my life to a complete pause. I suddenly went from a healthcare provider to a patient. I felt helpless, vulnerable, confused and fearful of what this injury might bring and how long it will last. Navigating the healthcare system and finding the appropriate surgeon and treatment was difficult and frustrating. All I wanted was for someone to take charge, treat with confidence and tell me that everything will be ok. The emotional anxiety was far more challenging to deal with than physical discomfort. And while dealing with this injury I couldn’t help but think about my patients. A lot of them come from even more difficult situations. I always try to be empathetic to their situations but my personal experience taught me now that it’s not enough. Besides treating patients with care and understanding, we must always ensure two additional things: 1. Offer encouragement, positive mindset, hope for healing, and emphasize that it’s a transitory state; 2. Make sure that they have a good support network set up to help them deal with their situation; and if not, offer proper resources to help them establish one. I was lucky to have people around me who offered advice, encouragement, support and everything else that I needed to help me get better as quickly as possible- and for that I am grateful. And from that I learned that as practitioners we have to ensure that our patients are taken care of not only when they are in our office, but also when they step outside of it.
  •  13  2  3 hours ago
  • Rolex Cellini Time now available ⭐️
  • Rolex Cellini Time now available ⭐️
  •  18  2  3 hours ago
  • Another one of my favorite loose dressing videos. This patient has just undergone a thumb FPL tendon and radial digital nerve repair.
Here is immediate motion and control and you can see how this patient will continue on to having an excellent range of motion and sensation
  • Another one of my favorite loose dressing videos. This patient has just undergone a thumb FPL tendon and radial digital nerve repair.
    Here is immediate motion and control and you can see how this patient will continue on to having an excellent range of motion and sensation
  •  41  5  3 hours ago
  • -NEW LAUNCH! 💎💋👠The « Classic » watch is -NOW AVAILABLE ON SALE!! 🛍SHOP link in bio 🛍SHOP the pic 🛍SHOP online: alphaomega-watches.com
VERY LIMITED STOCK!
  • -NEW LAUNCH! 💎💋👠The « Classic » watch is -NOW AVAILABLE ON SALE!! 🛍SHOP link in bio 🛍SHOP the pic 🛍SHOP online: alphaomega-watches.com
    VERY LIMITED STOCK!
  •  12  1  4 hours ago
  • So after all my wrist problems this year I’ve jumped head first into @aheaddrumsticks gear!!! Got replacement parts for my 5Bs and got the gloves and @larsulrich Signature sticks.

Played Ahead sticks years ago and loved them. With their 50% shock reduction and the wrist supports of the gloves I’m hoping to not cause anymore damage to my wrists. Time to try them out with the boys at rehearsals. #aheaddrumsticks #aheadgloves #wrist #wristproblems #drummergloves
  • So after all my wrist problems this year I’ve jumped head first into @aheaddrumsticks gear!!! Got replacement parts for my 5Bs and got the gloves and @larsulrich Signature sticks.

    Played Ahead sticks years ago and loved them. With their 50% shock reduction and the wrist supports of the gloves I’m hoping to not cause anymore damage to my wrists. Time to try them out with the boys at rehearsals. #aheaddrumsticks #aheadgloves #wrist #wristproblems #drummergloves
  •  6  2  4 hours ago
  • 🚴 Ride your bike SAFELY and IN STYLE from now on! Increase your focus & never lose the sense of direction by constantly turning around! 🚴 Early Summer Sales Event

Grab yours! —> https://modeershop.com/collections/just-arrived/products/wristmirror
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  • 🚴 Ride your bike SAFELY and IN STYLE from now on! Increase your focus & never lose the sense of direction by constantly turning around! 🚴 Early Summer Sales Event

    Grab yours! —> https://modeershop.com/collections/just-arrived/products/wristmirror
    Grab yours! —> https://modeershop.com/collections/just-arrived/products/wristmirror
  •  1  2  4 hours ago

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  • Audemars Piguet ”La Mecca” 🕌Piece Unique
Anyone knows what the dial means 😉
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📸 @splendoreunique
  • Audemars Piguet ”La Mecca” 🕌Piece Unique
    Anyone knows what the dial means 😉
    〰️
    📸 @splendoreunique
  •  5,385  72  18 July, 2019
  • What a special honour it was to have  @jrbrzenk in my corner for @walunderground
504. 
We all know John as the Greatest Armwrestler of all time, and as every Armwrestler could imagine, having this man guiding my corner made a profound impact on my performance.

John's presence was firstly, hugely impactful on my Armwrestling directly. As the rounds went on John knew my hand was blown and my arm was gassing bad. He told me I needed to roll and immediately committ to a press in round 4, which was a scary prospect as @alanguerraaw side presseure and armpower was very intimidating, however, i completey trusted John and committed to the transition which secured the victory.

In terms of the impact on my psychology. Having John in my corner gave me a confidence like no other. Knowing he was overseeing my strategies and analysing my opponent constantly gave me belief. When I told John how gassed I was after round two and was battling demons in my mind he gave me the belief that Alan was gassed moreso and confirmed for me not to change strategy.

And finally as a friend, the fact he was willing to off his own back fly to LA to support me was truly humbling. I am am beyond grateful for the friendship we have formed and will treasure this moment in my Armwrestling journey

John, thank you, it was truly a pleasure, and a thrill for me. 
Big thanks to Ed Bedrosian @edbone3000 for the pic.
  • What a special honour it was to have @jrbrzenk in my corner for @walunderground
    504.
    We all know John as the Greatest Armwrestler of all time, and as every Armwrestler could imagine, having this man guiding my corner made a profound impact on my performance.

    John's presence was firstly, hugely impactful on my Armwrestling directly. As the rounds went on John knew my hand was blown and my arm was gassing bad. He told me I needed to roll and immediately committ to a press in round 4, which was a scary prospect as @alanguerraaw side presseure and armpower was very intimidating, however, i completey trusted John and committed to the transition which secured the victory.

    In terms of the impact on my psychology. Having John in my corner gave me a confidence like no other. Knowing he was overseeing my strategies and analysing my opponent constantly gave me belief. When I told John how gassed I was after round two and was battling demons in my mind he gave me the belief that Alan was gassed moreso and confirmed for me not to change strategy.

    And finally as a friend, the fact he was willing to off his own back fly to LA to support me was truly humbling. I am am beyond grateful for the friendship we have formed and will treasure this moment in my Armwrestling journey

    John, thank you, it was truly a pleasure, and a thrill for me.
    Big thanks to Ed Bedrosian @edbone3000 for the pic.
  •  1,137  47  20 July, 2019