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|, Feb. 8, 2012|
|Topic: General and miscellaneous|
Discussion: grone pull
HELLO' TO ALL MY FELLOW SENIOR SOFTBALL PLAYERS.
TWO YEARS AGO I PULL MY GRONE AND IT WAS ON A COOL NIGHT. I SEEM TO ALLWAYS STAY FLUID AND LOOSE. AFTER THE DOCTORS CHECK, THEY FOUND A DENT IN THE UPPER PART OF MY HIP SOCK A RADIS NO LONGER THEN A INCH. AND HALF OF THE CARTLIGE THICKNESS. I ASKED FOR A SECOND OPPENION. AND HE SEND TO A SPEICALIST. HE LOOK IT OVER AND I ALSO WAS LOOKING AT THE X-RAY AND I HAVE SEND E-RAYS WITH REAL BAD CONDITION FOR THIS AREA. MINE WERE CLEAN,SMOOTH OUT LINES AND HEALTHY. HE STAYED THAT I NEED A HIP REPLACEMENT. I TOLD HIM,"AFTER LOOKING AT MY E-RAY, RIGHT IN FRONT OF ME". HIS STATEMENT, "WAS" WE ARE DONE HERE, HE SIGHED MY CHART A LEFT THE ROOM. LATER IN THE MONTH HE SENT ME A BILL FOR 234.00. HE'S STILL WAITTING. I HAVE BEEN WORKING OUT MY LEG, AND LOW BODY AND I CAN SAY THAT I'AM BACK!! AND GOING STRONG. MY POINT TO THIS IS. BELIEVE IN YOUR BODY AND IT WILL HEAL IT SELF. WE ARE OLDER SO IT TAKES MORE TIME. THANKS FOR ALL THAT READS THIS.
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