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Achilles Blog 60 – 1.11.14. Good enough I guess…

90-plus percent! said (consultant) Mr. Kumar – 6 months after surgery you are 90+% recovered….you may do some brisk walking for a few weeks and if there are no ill effects, you may graduate to light jogging….. He knew I … Continue reading

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Achilles Blog 15 – 3.6.14. Everything depends on everything else

After a long night standing at the Museum, I came home yesterday with a swollen ankle. Support is needed during periods of inactivity because a poorly functioning Achilles tendon is not working the calf muscle – and this muscle helps … Continue reading

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Achilles Blog 12 – 30.5.14. Have a little patience

Cannot wait till I see consultant tomorrow, when this cast will be angle-grinded off. I have no real idea what my leg is doing and no doubt the cast will be replaced with something. Does anyone else wake up with … Continue reading

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Achilles Blog 2 – 9.5.14. Impressive crutching

This is turning into a blog!! I went into town today – to the British Museum (BM). Quite exhausting… a normal 10 minute walk to the station takes about 25-30 mins on crutches. One cannot be rushing anywhere… consequently, people … Continue reading

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