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Kelly Allen's Blog Blog Tools Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 08-13-2004 08:36 PM
Kelly Allen
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In General Slipped L5 disc Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #13 New 10-09-2003 02:11 AM
I slipped my disc again. I did it 5 years ago and it took me about 3 months to recover.
It doesn't seem as bad this time as it was last time, and my chiropractor has already made a difference with his treatment.

It was the stupidest thing that caused it. I was out at the lake packing up my camper for the winter. It had been out there for a few weeks unused so it was beginning to be infested with spiders. I was going around killing the spiders with a fly swatter. I reached down to swat one on the floor and "crick" it went. Stupid spiders!

I think I'll only be out of the dojo for a couple of weeks. I know I can't do Ukemi, and I don't want to risk aggrevating it by being Nage either, so the only thing I can do is a couple of exersizes and Jo and Boken kata.

I'm already walking without too much of a limp. The only thing that aggrevates it now is sitting, and bending over. Very tender.

I just have to concentrate on getting better and training in the light stuff.
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#2 10-09-2003 11:43 PM
Kelly Allen Says:
Thanks Jamie I will.
#1 10-09-2003 07:54 PM
jducusin Says:
Ouch! Sorry to hear, Kelly --- hope you take it easy and will be back in the swing of things again soon...

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