One comment on “Are you Following Your Doctors Orders?

  1. If you follow my teachings, you are truly my disciples. Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free. – John 8:31-32

    I recently learned an important lesson, or at least had a lesson I already knew greatly reinforced, when I had knee surgery. The surgery was the result of an age-inappropriate stunt on a skateboard. Up until the accident I had been considered very skilled on a street long board. But not anymore!

    Shortly after making a little jump I found myself half jumping, half falling and then totally crashing on the pavement. The pain was quite impressive, but I picked myself up and walked home the best I could. My seven year old son, Solomon, was quite upset that his indestructible father was limping, wincing and trying to smile all at once.

    The result of the fall was quite spectacular. I shredded my ACL, ripped my meniscus and broke my tibia. So nine months later, this past August, my calendar was clear for me to take off two weeks for surgery and recovery, so I scheduled surgery.

    If you are going to have a knee surgery, Indiana, with its love of and history of basketball, is the place to have it done because so many basketball players experience ACL tears. I heard my physician was the best. So I trusted him completely.

    On surgery day, they rolled me into the operating room, moved me onto a table, and what felt like one second later I woke up to a nurse asking me how much pain I was in. I was in none. The pain would come later. Read more . . .at
    http://newlife.com/following-doctors-orders

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