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Achilles Blog 64 -…and breathe…. 6.12.14

Nothing but nothing will stick fabric to a bare concrete wall….at least not for more than a few hours. Leg and I have been shinning up 3m (10ft) ladders re-sticking backdrop with ineffective gaffer tape and praying. And leg has … Continue reading

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Achilles Blog 63 – 25.11.14 Ain’t we got it made?

I have a way to go before I fully trust my leg on the slippery, wet leaves covering all our pavements right now. Now I understand the hesitance of the elderly…it’s a sad and scary thing to lose faith in … Continue reading

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Achilles Blog 36 – 20.7.14. DO NOT LIMP!

What a difference a physio makes… Physio Fiona is sick… so Physio Helen took charge. Helen say DO NOT LIMP!! Waaa?……it seems my limp is muscle memory… the wrong way!!! I can walk without a limp if I choose to; … 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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