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If I didn't have this pain in my neck I'd feel pretty good. It's now been 2 weeks since surgery and while the pain has lessened I have a long way to go. I'm really glad that bow season is several months away as I will need some rebuilding of neck/shoulder muscles. Not whining too much but son & ex are yelling at me for doing too much. Bored out of my mind, but get to drive a little now. I'll tell you that mowing the grass never sounded like so much fun, maybe in another week or so.
 

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John, in 1978 I dove into a pool causing injury to my neck. After 30 years and many thousand dollars in various therapies this was about my last chance for pain relief. The spinal cord was impinged by the c-5 & c-6 disks. I now am the Titanium man, not the Hunting Man. A little humor there. Right at the moment it doesn't seem like it was a good idea. We'll see what long term brings. Thank you for your interest.
 

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Well I try my best to be honest. Yesterday I started laying pavers for a new patio. Can barely move this morning. So nothing for today and tomorrow is 1st therapy day, I guess they will have something to work with. I know I know don't push it. I'm one of those that CAN'T sit. Thanks for asking!:yucky:
 

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1 st day at PT, so far so good, strength in both hands/arms showed by meter well above average and motion in neck about average. PT said pain will slowly go down next 2 /3 months and motion will increase with muscle rebuild therapy. NO BOW shooting yet!!! I appreciate all the remarks sent my way, Thanks! HM
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