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  • Surgery was a success

    Arthroscopy is complete, they did a "mumford" and SLAP repair. Anesthesia is pretty cool... it really is like waking up from a long sleep. I'll be back in the weightroom and on the bag in a few months, I'm going to let this heal 100 % just to be safe.

    The labrum tear was on old weight lifting injury. The bone spur made prolonged overhead activities uncomfortable ... and things were getting worse




    Last edited by Tim; 06-27-2007, 01:45 PM.

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    great news tim! glad it all went well. GL with the healing and hopefully youll be back in tip top condition in no time!

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    • #3
      The Six Million Dollar Man

      Air Force Colonel Tim de Administrator, an astronaut who had walked on the moon, is almost fatally injured in a plane crash. Many of his damaged parts are replaced by experimental bionic limbs, including his left arm, his left eye, and both legs. These bionics give him superpowers such as increased speed and strength and the ability to see long distances. To pay the U.S. Government back the $6,000,000 it cost to rebuild him, Tim goes to work for the Office of Scientific Investigation as an agent, investigating foreign spies, mad scientists, bombers, space aliens, and even Bigfoot.

      Good luck with that Tim

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Roscoe View Post
        Air Force Colonel Tim de Administrator, an astronaut who had walked on the moon, is almost fatally injured in a plane crash. Many of his damaged parts are replaced by experimental bionic limbs, including his left arm, his left eye, and both legs. These bionics give him superpowers such as increased speed and strength and the ability to see long distances. To pay the U.S. Government back the $6,000,000 it cost to rebuild him, Tim goes to work for the Office of Scientific Investigation as an agent, investigating foreign spies, mad scientists, bombers, space aliens, and even Bigfoot.

        Good luck with that Tim
        Men, we can put him back together...we can make him better than ever!
        GOOD LUCK WITH REHAB TIM. I KNOW WHAT YOU'RE GOING THROUGH BUDDY, I WISH YOU A SPEEDY RECOVERY.

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        • #5
          hey tim, glad to hear your surgery went well!

          when you're ready to hit the weights again, try kettlebells, they're great for your shoulders if you use 'em the right way!

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          • #6
            Tim, just don't try to do anything when it starts feeling better until the Doc says go for it. It's really easy to do, but the wait is frustrating, I know.

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            • #7
              also look into swimming, low impact, good for the skin, rhythmic breathing keeps you in a nice zen-like state.....

              *Edit: Just be sure to check the depth before you jump in.....

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              • #8
                Originally posted by BillyMack View Post

                *Edit: Just be sure to check the depth before you jump in.....
                HAHA nice billy

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                • #9
                  Thanks everyone for the advice. I can't wait to get back on the bag.

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                  • #10
                    Get well soon. Hope the surgery clears up the trouble.

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                    • #11
                      I think he already had surgery lol

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                      • #12
                        Tim,
                        Glad to see your surgery is complete and you are that much closer to working out again, The surgery they do today and recovery times are incredible these days. Make sure the kids go easy on ol' dad... no rough housing for awhile. Before you know it you will be swiping @ the bag.

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