|08-05-2012, 01:04 PM||#1|
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Mesodermal movement VI - Here's the plan
Last Friday my friend told me that he felt better than any patient one week post-op had a right to. He ought to know, having operated on thousands of others himself.
“What you’ve done to my nervous tissue has made all the difference,” he said.
This man’s surgeon has reduced his post-op protocol to such a degree that it no longer includes a therapist of any sort. “Just start walking,” he says. “Here’s the schedule.” That’s it. That’s the “therapy.”
He has worked for years to reduce the amount of invasion and disruption he has to do in order to accomplish the movement of the mesoderm deemed necessary.
Isn’t it time for someone to tell this man that there’s a therapist who thinks the same way?
Barrett L. Dorko P.T.
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