Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by PRM, Sep 29, 2020.
It does take it's toll. I'm learning patients, something I"m not good at.
I expected it to be a slow go. Coming along great. I've been extremely blessed. I had zero pain from the injury. Just some muscle spasms as it rolled up the arm. More annoying than painful. I had no bruising. The doctor said my surgery was a bad one, the muscle and tendon had rolled way up high in the arm. Again, I had zero post surgery pain. Now, fast forward to week 8 post surgery, what has given me the most pain and dysfunction is my wrist and hand. Therapist says it's all connected. My wrist seems to be getting better, but when I first get up in the mornings, it takes a couple of minutes before I can get my fingers working like they should. I guess that's more from it being in a fixed position for so long and surgery trauma. Oh well, counting my blessing on this one.
It’ll pass soon and you’ll be back to 100pct before you know it .
Good luck with pt, and stay safe.
I have been unable to rack a slide on a couple of occasions. I'v carried a double action revolver.
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