Of Tendon & Trail

In March of 2009 I fell from my roof, a victim of bad judgment my own and gravity This resulted in a new found respect for physics as well as a long journey of recovery from a torn quadriceps tendon In order to remain mostly sane during this process, I wrote regular blog posts as sort of a recovery journal My main post on the subject received numerous comments incluIn March of 2009 I fell from my roof, a victim of bad judgment my own and gravity This resulted in a new found respect for physics as well as a long journey of recovery from a torn quadriceps tendon In order to remain mostly sane during this process, I wrote regular blog posts as sort of a recovery journal My main post on the subject received numerous comments including some urging me to put together a book relating my experiences I finally decided to take that advice.This concise well, very concise book contains the tale of my tendon and my road to recovery If you have suffered from a tendon tear, you should find some interesting and useful information in the book about what happened to you and what you can expect in your own recovery If your tendon is fine, then you will still find some interesting information as well as a tale of recovery that should prove entertaining You will laugh, you will cry Well, probably not But at least you will learn about heterotrophic ossification In the end, isn t that what really matters
Of Tendon Trail In March of I fell from my roof a victim of bad judgment my own and gravity This resulted in a new found respect for physics as well as a long journey of recovery from a torn quadriceps tendon I

  • Title: Of Tendon & Trail
  • Author: Michael LaBossiere
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Of Tendon & Trail”

    1. Good overview Since I am dealing with a ruptured quadraceps tendon, it was helpful to read about his experience, especially his post-surgical timeline.

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