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  1. Thread: Blood Clot

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    To the best of my knowledge, my arterial...

    To the best of my knowledge, my arterial circulation must have been okay. I wasn't told otherwise in the vascular lab or by my doctor.

    I guess I'll just have to be patient.

    Thank you, CWO.
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    Honestly, I'm not sure. He didn't say and it...

    Honestly, I'm not sure. He didn't say and it seems we'll cross that bridge if it isn't better when the clot is gone. That's why he's playing the waiting game and I'm out to prove him wrong. Sadly, my...
  3. Thread: Blood Clot

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    Blood Clot

    Forgive me, but here's another blood clot thread.

    I'm 10 years post-injury/SCI and have what has been diagnosed (March 24th duplex ultrasound) as a long-standing DVT in my right leg. I have...
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    Links to some very old posts about Dragon's Way. ...

    Links to some very old posts about Dragon's Way.

    http://sci.rutgers.edu/forum/showthread.php?t=17310&highlight=dragon%27s
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    I've read the article(s); checked out his...

    I've read the article(s); checked out his website; watched his misleading videos; and as a result have come to my own conclusion. I'm not about to spar with Ken's poster child for NSC Therapy, who...
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    Say what? How in the world can his increasing...

    Say what? How in the world can his increasing loss of sight lead to clients getting more results?
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    Ken should not be discussing Mac's (or any other...

    Ken should not be discussing Mac's (or any other client's) therapy progress with you. Period. Just more evidence of his lack of professionalism.
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    In my opinion, Mr. "rub your feet" Ken Bryant has...

    In my opinion, Mr. "rub your feet" Ken Bryant has a ton of nerve to claim "Thus far it has been 100% successful." In addition, his using the phrase "reverse paralysis" is misleading to say the least.
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    That answers the "pool" part of my question....

    That answers the "pool" part of my question. Onwalker wrote "that gym of his." Where's the gym? I see leather chairs; TV; pictures on the wall; and his dog in what appears to be his house.
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    He has a gym? A pool? When I saw his YouTube...

    He has a gym? A pool? When I saw his YouTube videos it looked more like some pieces of equipment in his house.
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    After watching your video, I'm curious. You said...

    After watching your video, I'm curious. You said you (and your girlfriend) could "feel the line" on your chest. I'm confused. What exactly does that mean?
  12. Thread: Crap !

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    Have you tried Dell Technical Support? I have...

    Have you tried Dell Technical Support? I have called them and they were able to provide my product key/service tag. The number is 1-800-624-9896. Good luck.
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    Thanks, but that's a database for finding the...

    Thanks, but that's a database for finding the best driving schools in the UK. I'm in the USA. It has been a while since I posted my original message and a Google map "find a business" search on...
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    Adaptive Driving- where do I begin?

    Hello. I'm at a loss and I hope someone can help. It has been 4 years and I need to get "back behind the wheel." I've Googled and searched here and I can't seem to find the answers to my questions. I...
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    Hi Betheny. I would give the lab a call...

    Hi Betheny. I would give the lab a call (803-777-2627). When I spoke with someone a while back, they seemed pretty open and flexible in regard to acceptance. Give it a shot. Good luck!
  16. Thread: abdominal spasms

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    You are describing exactly what my symptoms were...

    You are describing exactly what my symptoms were just before I had my gall bladder removed. Could be a gall bladder attack.
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    I just called to request the info packet. I did...

    I just called to request the info packet. I did learn that the study may involve as little as 2 trips to SC. One for the initial evaluation and therapy and the other 6 months later for the...
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    Thanks marmalady. Good idea.

    Thanks marmalady. Good idea.
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    In a word. Wow! This is just what I am looking...

    In a word. Wow! This is just what I am looking for. Oh how I wish it were closer to home.
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    SaeboFlex and spasticity

    Thanks Glyn. Success or lack thereof might also depend upon the degree of spasticity. I wish you continued success.
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    SaeboFlex and SCI for Mike H & Glyn

    I'm happy for your success with the SaeboFlex glove, Mike H (and Glyn too). For clarification sake, I take it your hand(s) was/were "weak" and the glove strengthened and "trained" your hand to...
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    I have a SaeboFlex glove. An occupational...

    I have a SaeboFlex glove. An occupational therapist talked me into getting one about a year ago. Thank goodness it was covered by my durable medical equipment benefit and I didn't have to pay out of...
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    PrivateEye

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    MOTOmed/Exercise bike advice

    Subject says it all. I'm looking for some type of equipment for home/indoor use. With winter approaching I will not be able to walk outside with the walker for exercise. The MOTOmed looks like an...
  25. Thread: Project Walk

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    Project Walk

    I searched and checked out Project Walk's site and have gathered some preliminary info. I'm hoping someone can confirm or deny my understanding (or misunderstanding) of how PW works. I am 2 years...
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