Michael P Madden
oneleggedman at juno.com
Thu Apr 1 05:50:02 PST 1999
Glad to see you moved into a torque absorber. I have during golf season
utilized 2 (1in the BK pylon, 1in the AK pylon) to increase rotation over
the golf ball. WHAT A RIDE!!!! Enjoy the motion, it should reduce the
sheer between the prosthetic interface and you. Once you get use to it,
you will probably not want to go back...I did go through a period of
adjusting the torsion control until I found a comfort zone, so don't give
up too soon.
Long time since last post.
On Wed, 31 Mar 1999 15:15:08 -0800 Christina HPMD <hkcs at gte.net> writes:
>" Besides, boys become doctors and women become
>nurses. (This is a test to see if Doc Christina is still reading this
>Come on Mike, gimme a break, talk about an easy pass with honors.
>obvious politically incorrect remark suceeded in pressing my buttons.
>my you know what!! Rene and I are friends and colleagues, one of the
>advantages to belonging to 2 exclusive clubs....the amps and the MD's.
>bad you lack the credentials to join either. We doc's treat each
>Haven't been posting because I've been busy, busting my you know what
>trying to get the web site for us high levels of amputation finished,
>and on line. Working 12 hours in the O.R. cuts into my spare time,
>working late last night, doing a femoral-tibial bypass trying to save
>guys leg. It's worked so far, I really do love my profession. What
>you accomplish last night?
>On a lighter (and more constuctive) note, arranged to take the day
>today, got a shock/torque absorber installed on my leg. It's the
>advancement I've tried in a very long while, so far so good, feel
>walking on a cloud. Still in the testing phase, I'm "on- call" over
>weekend, this will be the acid test to see if the torque will add to
>effieciency at work.
>Meanwhile, I'm off to a Seder. Shalom. Happy Passover, and Happy
>to you all. The ambiguity is intentional.
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