|Author||Subject: Re: What happens when they say you are at MMI|
|Tarzan|| Posted At 12:08:40 01/21/2001
I would expect the homeowners to have homeowners insurance.
I would also expect you have some nerve damage, which will take years to start getting better.
The Tarzan Way, if it hurts, it must be good therapy. So if it vibrates, grab it. If you can't lift it, lift it. Move it or loose it.
Compression, is good, Ice is good, heat to get it moving. I read about swelling under the ligaments, and tendons. Compression will help keep the swelling down. It may cut off your circulation, carpal tunnel maybe needed.
I know most disagree with me, and I know the insurance company finds it more compelling to have lost your range of motion, and to have obvious atrophy.
I only care what is best for me, and I'll share all I know.
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