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Offline burnbank

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Re: tibial plateau fracture???? not that bad???
« Reply #30 on: August 07, 2009, 02:55:01 AM »
Tog-

Your post made me smile so much!  I wish I had a whole school of energetic kids helping me along.  It's like a movie or something, having the kids lift your wheelchair out of the truck.  LOVE IT!  That and the man cave.  My husband has earned to long desired man cave with all that he has done for me the past 4 months.



4/27/09 Skiing accident Stage IV TPF, dislocation, avulsed meniscus
5/5 Surgery - 2 plates, 2 pins, 10 screws.  Imobilised 2 weeks.
5/20 PT Hinged Brace, ROM-30.
5/27 All stitches out.
6/17 no brace 106-ROM
7/23 130-ROM PWB - 25%
7/30 PWB - 50% DRIVING
8/10 FWB!!!

9/29/11 hardware removed!

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Re: tibial plateau fracture???? not that bad???
« Reply #31 on: September 20, 2013, 11:44:38 AM »
I suffered a TPF myself about half a year ago, and set up a website with useful information for people suffering from the same injury as I did.

I feel that for people who suffer a Tibial Plateau Fracture it's hard to get reliable information about what the recovery process will be like and how long it will take. That's why I built my site, and that's the kind of information I aim to have there.
« Last Edit: September 23, 2013, 08:34:24 AM by The KNEEguru, Reason: Over use of links to own site »

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Re: tibial plateau fracture???? not that bad???
« Reply #32 on: September 23, 2013, 08:39:04 AM »
'shlomio', I amended your post and put the link into your Profile. I appreciate that you have experience in TPF, and trust that you will engage with the TPF sufferers here rather than just to divert them to your own site.
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