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“Are you OK?”

I was hiking/walking yesterday at the nearby Pickerington Ponds park, working on rebuilding my soles (and doing general Gymnopodal Therapy) after my official Physical Therapy session. As I hit the bridge on my return trip, I was met by a couple going the other direction who saw me and were really, really concerned: “Are you OK?”

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It’s now been 12 weeks from the surgery to repair my ruptured Achilles tendon. Boy do these things take a long time to heal (and often they never do get back to normal).

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Gymnopodal Therapy

It’s now been 10 weeks since the surgery to repair my ruptured Achilles tendon. Maybe it’s time for an update.

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As regular readers here know, I am rather laid up at the moment. On December 10, 2017 I managed to rupture my Achilles tendon while playing tennis. I’ve previously written about this in What’s Up, Doc?, followed by What’s Afoot?.

So, here’s an update along with some thoughts about why I’m in this predicament. (Hint: look at the title of this post.)

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What’s Afoot?

If you read my post asking (and answering) What’s Up, Doc?, you might now also be asking, “What’s Afoot?”

Here’s an update, along with a few, somewhat interesting, side issues.

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What’s Up, Doc?

A couple of folks asked a question on my last post. Was I OK? Well, when the first question was asked, the answer was yes.

But things change . . .

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