1. Mike Brennan
    December 4, 2012 @ 7:13 am

    Fascinating stuff. In 92 I had c-spine surgery which resulted in about a week of quadriplegia due to cord swelling. The paralysis reversed as the swelling lessened, and some clever OT’s and PT’s taught me how to walk again. A support group would have been a wonderful resource in bouncing back from this adventure. My family and friends lifted me up, and some experience working with heroic patients in a rehab nursing setting helped me gain some perspective. Perhaps the great tool in life issues is community.


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