Thanks for checking in. I’m sorry I haven’t kept you updated, especially considering your very conscientious and generous communication. Since my last email we’ve been traveling. You’re entitled to some much deserved kudos!!
I feel I made tremendous progress, despite the “pep talk” (not!) the ortho gave me when I told him I was going to follow your protocol. I started with virtually no range of motion and tremendous pain in the elbow & shoulder to full range of motion and completely pain free for normal day to day activity in two weeks. I haven’t started working out yet. When we get home I’ll test it out on some light weights. Of course, I’m a bit nervous. I am a little confused to what my new regime will be. I do enjoy cross fit and wish my gym environment and trainer would be more supportive of what I need to do to modify.
Now, that I understand the idea of healing and maintaining tendon health, I’m excited to work on other areas (knees, back). Although, I am confused about how to target the back…
When we get home, there are many people I’m looking forward to recommending your book. I’ve seen a couple of msg boards out their full of people who could use your help. It’s quite sad to realize how many people have really been suffering for a long time. I won’t give away the secret but will definitely send them in your direction.
Thanks so much! Besides the healing, you’ve also provided me w/a tremendous amount of empowerment.
Bobbi is a 42-year-old weight trainer, crossfitter and generally very active. A testimonial like this speaks for itself. I have nothing to add, except to say congratulations to Bobbi for taking matters into her own hands and deciding to try something new–despite the advice of her orthopedist!