Month: June 2012

Timeline

I had my stroke on March 7, 2011.  For the first few months, I would say 4 months, I didn’t understand the severity of what had happened to me.  I was just in hell.  I cannot be held responsible for… Read More ›

Do It Yourself

My friend just hired a personal trainer to help him lose weight and it spawned an idea for a blog post.  I always told my patients that it’s a heck of a lot more important what you do at home… Read More ›

Pusher Syndrome

Apparently, I like to write about walking.  I guess I’m just really happy that I can walk.  Earlier I went on a walk with my friend to a track.  This track had lines drawn on it to separate the lanes. … Read More ›

Breast Cancer

My gynecologist wants me to get a mammogram because my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 32. She survived. If I have breast cancer, God really hates me.

My Right Hand

After I had my stroke, I couldn’t do a lot of things.  Stupid little things that you wouldn’t even think about but I couldn’t do them.  One thing is cracking my knuckles.  I was always a big knuckle cracker.  When… Read More ›

More About My Gait

I’ll say it again….I was very, very ,very lucky in that I could walk shortly after I stroked. Some people can’t walk for a long, long time – or ever. So whenever I walk, downward slopes are MUCH harder. This… Read More ›