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Unread 02-09-2013, 09:18 PM   #11
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Thumbs up TK!

Stronger, stronger, stronger
makes you work much longer, rawhide!
Push 'em out,
tuck 'em in,
hold those weights
make you thin
work so hard, that you feel it, rawhide!

[OK, so slap me........ sing it to the refrain of the Rawhide show from the
60's, a western shown in the US.
I left the word "rawhide" in since in physical therapy I would wind up working until the hide on my legs would be raw from the therabands they would wrap around my ankles to make working that much harder.....

Physical Therapy = Highly Paid Torture, usually worth it.
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I am anxious to see pain man on Thursday and get set up for pt. I don't see how medicare can deny me this time since I am post op. I can't imagine being told that I am not worth the investment after having that expensive implant. In the meantime, I am concentrating on not sitting and walking like a duck footed quasimoto. That's a decent start.

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I am anxious to see pain man on Thursday and get set up for pt. I don't see how medicare can deny me this time since I am post op. I can't imagine being told that I am not worth the investment after having that expensive implant. In the meantime, I am concentrating on not sitting and walking like a duck footed quasimoto. That's a decent start.

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I am anxious to see pain man on Thursday and get set up for pt. I don't see how medicare can deny me this time since I am post op. I can't imagine being told that I am not worth the investment after having that expensive implant. In the meantime, I am concentrating on not sitting and walking like a duck footed quasimoto. That's a decent start.

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You are worth EVERY thousand they apply to your case Spine, and don't you let anyone forget that! May you walk as you wish, and feel BETTER!
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You are worth EVERY thousand they apply to your case Spine, and don't you let anyone forget that! May you walk as you wish, and feel BETTER!
weird
ss took out $ as i now am receiving medicare
all new with this cookie
must do my homework

you make it work as it should
hope all smooth ride
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Default Yup and SS

Yup! SS does an auto deduct for the Medicare premium. They will have their due. Our child on SSDI is approaching a moment when, under SSDI, he will no longer have a deposit as the premium for Medicare and Supp will consume it all......

Hip Hip Hooray for Govt managed care! Thank you to our Washington princes and princesses...... Oh, pity the thought, there I go maligning the establishment once again.
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We get what the voters are willing to settle for. I don't think it is any to soon to encourage folks to study voting records and vote in the mid term elections.

My evil twin half hopes those bozos deny me pt. There is no way anyone can keep a straight face and say I am a bad investment. It's a new ball game now.

Question????? I have practically slept around the clock since the trip to Louisville on Thursday. I knew it would knock the stuffings out of me but thought I would have more energy by now. I don't feel sick and don't have a fever. Is this unusual six weeks out?

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Heart We used to spell relief as R O L A I D z

Courtesy of a commercial that is.... NOW your post surgical relief and recovery is spelled R E S T and P L E N T Y O F I T. Stuffing is exactly what was taken away. Your body and you will work to replenish.

In the meantime.... rest!
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I suppose I must accept my circumstances realisticly and accept the doctors' advice and encouragement. They are thrilled with my progress. Gone are the days when I could tolerate a bilevel disc/lam and chase around Walmart three weeks later, using a cart as a walker. Time and surgical abuse have seemed to have caught up with me. Everyone take care and bundle up. Many prayers for those tormented by the dreadful weather. Hugs all around.

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I suppose I must accept my circumstances realisticly and accept the doctors' advice and encouragement. They are thrilled with my progress. Gone are the days when I could tolerate a bilevel disc/lam and chase around Walmart three weeks later, using a cart as a walker. Time and surgical abuse have seemed to have caught up with me. Everyone take care and bundle up. Many prayers for those tormented by the dreadful weather. Hugs all around.

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