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Richard Gere shows exactly what all the other cats and dogs are doing...nothing!

It has been very hot here in Italy and also the animals suffer..... I don't ;-)

Only the horseflies, flies, and hornet made me crazy and there are a lot here...

 

Today, I have been told by the orthopaedic that I have to do surgery on my right wrist.

But I will try to do it only at the end of the summer because there are too much things to do and I cannot stay like Richard Gere ...doing nothing.

Meanwhile I'll do physiotherapy and take some medicines.

I'm going to comment your photos slowly!

 

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Sorry all my dear flickr friends.

I have a problem... Leg was in plaster more than 1,5 months (from the beginning of June) - knee ligament injury... Now it's not OK yet. Recovery time is about 3-4 months... and physiotherapy, swimming etc.

Because of this I don't have new photos and I could not comment your photos.

Maybe in 2-3 weeks I can take some photos and I come back to Flickr.

  

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Street candid taken in Glasgow, Scotland. I took this shot while I was resting my painful ankle on a bench, I was just struck by how elegant this young woman looked in comparison to all others that were passing by at the time. My ankle is healing well from the 3rd surgery despite a minor setback that has delayed my physiotherapy by a week. I am really missing the city streets already!

Northeast Calgary, Alberta, Canada

 

May 8, 2009 • Taken by Joe

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Yesterday, around noontime, Joe was on his way home from his physiotherapy, and I was getting ready to go out for some grocery shopping. He entered home impatient... "Hurry", he said, "there are gorgeous clouds in the sky, and I'd like to take some photos".

 

We drove towards the store, hoping and praying the rain will wait for a while. The skies all around us, in every direction, were covered with wonderful storm clouds, a sight unique as it could be, and it was changing by the second. We needed to hurry...

 

We passed the store and continued to the end of the street since we figured we needed some reasonable sight for the foreground, right? We stopped by this field, which was filled with piles of dirt. That was the best we could do at the short time we had, since the skies were changing. Then, Joe took few photos. This one was chosen.

 

Later we quickly drove to another hill, with a view towards downtown, but the clouds you see above were changing to a dark blanket smeared all over the city. It wasn't an interesting sight as this one, so we gave up and went back to the store...

 

Pondering...

 

Are we becoming photo taking geeks?

 

Taken in Großrinderfeld, Germany, where I have physiotherapy. I saw this and couldn't resist. :-)

Hi everyone!

I hope you're having a lovely Thursday :) Had my first Anatomy practical/viva exam today :)! It was good :D! I think I definitely passed... now to practice for my physiotherapy practical yay!!!! (not that excited - I kind of don't remember anything)

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This is another shot from the bird-in-flight workshop. I think barn owls are so pretty.

 

I got good news from my doctor yesterday. Bones are healing well and I'm making good progress in physiotherapy. I'm trying to build enough strength to pick up the camera by the end of April.

 

Will be resumed as quickly as possible! I go in to hospital for an operation on Tuesday. 27 years as a scaffolder took their toll on my body leaving my left shoulder in urgent need of repair. After the procedure, I'll be in a sling for a month and then need physiotherapy to build up the only muscle still connected. These shots a last chance for a while then!

found in the street while I was walking to the physiotherapy dept.

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Candid street portrait taken in Glasgow, Scotland. This was taken some time ago on my old 400D and on a pretty soggy day in the city. I start physiotherapy again this coming week and hopefully it won't be too long before I can head off out again.

... with freesias ;o)

It's a flower I've avoided since I was quite young, as its powerful smell was associated with my grandmother's death. But recently the flower shops have such a beautiful array of colours that I decided to see if I could overcome my phobia .... and get to know them through the camera lens. ;o)

 

Sorry to be so intermittent at the moment - Flickr is causing problems with everything from commenting to even loading a page or image. I guess I am not alone with this struggle. But together with the return of an old injury to my shoulder and neck, it is painful to spend much time at the computer! So some physiotherapy and R&R are the shape of the next few days ;o)

 

Had a great day. Saw the Surgeon today and he is so pleased with me. My back is healing so well and I am so excited. He has permitted for me to drive carefully up the road, but not up and down mountains :)

Also I am allowed to use my tripod and lenses up to 5kgs....but no stooping with weights. Isn't that great? He insisted on the importance of everything in due course. No actual returning to work until mid December.

Next week extensive physiotherapy to ensure the nerves are all intact etc.

So as you can see.....today was a very good day and I will sleep peacefully tonight.

Hi folks, I'm still alive. I have been AWOL for the past month due to a broken wrist when I landed awkwardly played football.

 

I had an operation to have a metal plate inserted into my right wrist. I have been having physiotherapy for the past few weeks and now my wrist is getting better that I can actually type (but not write with pen though).

 

I'll try to ease my way back to flickr but do not expect any new shots as Doctor ordered me not to carry heavy objects and my 5D MKII is definitely one. I'll dig deep into my archive and post every now and then. I'll also begin to visit your stream slowly.

 

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The caption describes me after an hour's physiotherapy yesterday ;-) I could barely get out of bed this morning but had no option because of a routine six monthly dental check up. Following on from that my legs loosened up enough to nip around the corner from my home where I captured this.

20 pictures, 5 x 4 pictures vertical, 10 mm

Well I arrived at the hospital this morning just as my husband, Kevin, was heading out for a physiotherapy session. Fortunately I had something tucked away in my bag to entertain me for an hour or so.

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I managed to catch this bufflehead just at the moment he dove into the water, which was absolutely freezing in the middle of January. That would sure wake me up. :-) The water was so clear you can see his head beneath the surface.

 

I'm starting physiotherapy for my arm tomorrow, which will start the countdown to putting my camera back in my hands. I'm hoping to be able to start shooting again before the end of the month. It might be longer before I can heft the backpack with all the heavy lenses and camera, so in the near term, I'll be confined to shooting in places where I can leave most of the equipment in the car.

after physio and acupuncture, only slightly wobbly.

Today my cousin took a degree in Physiotherapy (I'm so proud of you, Steve!)

 

So I was just thinking about the fact that I have 2 more years to graduate in Architecture and actually I don't even know if I would like it to be my job. Actually my present dream is becoming a traveling photographer.

Maybe this will never come true, maybe it will remain a "chained dream". But I don't want it to be like this. I would like to have the courage to break this chain...

 

Happy Bokeh Wednesday, my Flickr Friends and.... view on Black!

Studio Shoot for Ballet instructional book by Perfect Form Physiotherapy

this picture just to give you a quick hello. After 2 weeks without walking, I start to get better but need more rest and rest .... I did not put my nose outdoor since the first of April, funny April fool's joke ...

 

Have visited again to the doctor today, in fact it is once again a tendinitis of the feet on the outer side of the knee.

 

Tendinitis you say, this only happens to athletes and no ... because I am not a sportive!

 

I start tomorrow physiotherapy sessions for 2 months and I have a hurry is to go outside and take pictures, I'm bored so many remain trapped in the house even if it is a sweet prison . I still spend a MRI in a week and I hope that everything will be normal and that I will once again become a woman finally normal hahahahahaha.

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Title: Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation

Year: 1920 (1920s)

Authors: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Radiological Society of North America

Subjects: Physical therapy

Publisher: [Chicago, etc.]

Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

  

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Railiology onosteoporosis canio at an oi)i)ortune timeas I hail two cases uniler observation.One, an injury to the knee, showed os-teoporosis four months after fixation inplaster, ami the other a similar picture. Y<uir sugSstion of treatment isKooii. lioth jiatients are now walking and have improved. 1 have watchedthe development under mobilization, infact the more I mobolize the worse thecondition. (^uite recently Dr. Hoke of Atlantasent an xray and a history with a pos-sible diagnosis of tuberculosis of iheknee. The x-rays show the diffuse os-teoporosis of all the bones of the knee.ioint and in the few weeks since mol)il- BLOOUUOOD ization was discontinued and the pa-tient urged to walk, pain is disap|)ear-ing and function is returning. 1 urge all who see eases of this kindto take an xray picture of all thejoints. In all of my eases so far inves-tigated the ankle joint on the involvedsiile had the same picture of osteoporo-sis as the affected knee. This woublexclude tuberculosis.

 

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Tigs. 7 and 8 (Case 2, Patliol. No. 23881)—Anteroposterior views of normal ana affected tnee fourJ ears after onset.

  

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on the 27th June 2014 I was hit while, after looking left and right,I was crossing the street on the stripes in front of my house by a careless driver who was probably on the cellular because he didn't see the big woman that I am. I had my camera with me , going to take pictures from a garden 100 meters from home , the driver said I suddenly crossed , well, I've been living in this house for over 60 years and of course I know all the dangers of my street, besides I've got a degree and I'm not idiot enough to try and commit suicide with a Panda driver...... I'm still very angry about this driver, who did not honestly admit his fault and never even tried to understand that he had forever destroyed my left shoulder , he never tried to say he was sorry, at least . It is now evident after months of physiotherapy that at least gave me a bit of functionality that my shoulder is permanently ruined and now I must also pay a lawyer to get some compensation from the insurance of that lousy individual.......... grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

I don't have much of a social life these days. In fact things have become so bad that I now genuinely consider my semi-regular Tuesday night visit to the physiotheapist, for my inflamed knee and excrutiatingly painful itb massage, as a social engagement.

 

I really *do* need to get out more.

Identifier: n04archivesofphys03ameruoft

Title: Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation

Year: 1920 (1920s)

Authors: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Radiological Society of North America

Subjects: Physical therapy

Publisher: [Chicago, etc.]

Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto

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n the other hand, it is to be recalledirradiation from this point of view. that irradiation of the gastric regionThus he stimulates the ovaries in cases (entailing as it does simultaneous ef-of amenorrhoea, the periosteum in old. fects on the liver, the pancreas, thepoorly healing fractures; the thymus spleen and the colon as well as loopsand hypophysis in osteomalacia, and of the small intestines) is most fre-has, in several papers called attention quently followed by evidence of in-to the effect of remote irradiation on toxication (Miescher) the effecttumor treatment, believing that our of which must naturally influence thepresent methods of huge doses will be stomach secretion. found of less value than those methods Perhaps one of the most interesting ^^hich stimulate the natural forces of applications of this idea is that which the organism to greater resistance to concerns the pancreas. We shall not the invasion of tumor cells (connective go into the extensive literature concern-

 

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Chart No. 1. Effect of roentgen Irrafliatlon of the pancreatic reit on the ingrar tolerance 136 OIUI.W STIMrLATIOX—PETERSEN AM) SAELHOF ing the effect of irradiation on the dia-betic individual. The general experiencehas been that irradiation, particularlyof the abdominal viscera, or of neo-plasms, results in an increased sugarmobilization. This corresponds to thegeneral effect that we get in the dia-betic after protein therapy, afterhemorrhage, after adrenalin injection,etc. Apart from the work of Stephanno efforts have heretofore been reporteddealing with the direct stimulation ofthe pancreas; we should, therefore,like to present some experimental evi-dence in this connection, carried outon partially depancreatized dogs. Theanimals were, of course, kept on a con-stant diet and the effect of irradiationon the sugar output studied. The following two experiments aretypical and similar in character to thosewhich we previously described . Dog No. 17i, Chart No. I.—Weighed 6800 gm. Op

  

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today is my mom's 52nd birthday! after being treated for brain stroke which left her partially paralysed, today she took her first baby steps with some support. i'm so happy that she has been courageous and after regular physiotherapy sessions has made her first attempt to walk today! i wish my mom a very happy birthday and that the good health finds its way back to her! have a great day flickr friends and i wish a very happy birthday to all those who are celebrating their special day today!

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Title: Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation

Year: 1920 (1920s)

Authors: American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation American College of Radiology and Physiotherapy American Congress of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Radiological Society of North America

Subjects: Physical therapy

Publisher: [Chicago, etc.]

Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto

Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

  

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lm surfaceIS peculiaily arranged; and that thestereoscopic fusion of mate roentgeno-grams demands a distribution of illumi-nation equivalent to the distribution ofthe radiation utilized in procuring theroentgenograms. Any other distri-bution of illuminant source will furnishan illusion of relief which is wholly dif-ferent from the correct stereoscopicvalue of the view. Under the means at present utilizedin producing stereoroentgenograms,therefore, the formula for the physio-logically correct distribution of illumi-nant employed for visualization is defi-nitely fixed, as shown in Figure 2,where, in the diagram, the sketch at theleft represents the x-ray intensity dis-tribution over a film; and the sketchon the right represents the correct dis-tribution of illuminant for proper physi-ologic stereovision as distinguishedfrom spurious relief. Around this fundamental principle anew departure in stereoscopic design hasled to the creation of a novel means PRIXCIPLES OF STKREOVISION—W.AXnfo

 

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securing true physiologic stereo-vision as applied to x-ray endeavorAside from a mechanical design tha.lends itself to facility of use. the newinstrument furnishes two unique assets. First, a distribution of illuminationmathematically coincident with the dis-tribution of x-ray intensity on a planefurface. This is secured, in the stereo-scope, by a centrally placed light sourcearound which there are grouped reflect-ing walls of such design as to distributethe light on the opalite glass with ac-curate reproduction of the desiredformula. Then, a rheostat control that grad-ually increases or diminishes the in-tensity of the light until the individ-ual or subjective physiologic require-ment IS obtained by the observer. With this interestingly evolved in-strument of accuracy- the elementsof objective stereovision in roentgenog-raphy are perfected; and there remainsonly to determine the individual sub-jective factor, which is accomplishedm this fashion: A wax model object, or adequatesubstit

  

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Raphael was founded in 1959 with its mission to provide relief from suffering.

Shiv Sadan is a village for cured leprosy patients, where families have their own housing unit. The residents are provided with all the basic necessities of life. In turn, based on their capabilities they assist in Raphael's day-to-day activities like weaving, carpentry, electrical work, plumbing and gardening, leading a life of dignity and contributing to the well being of the community.

 

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Old physiotherapy school in west Germany

... su especialidad son los corazones rotos!!! ... él arregla los errores de Cupido y de San Valentín... bueno, casi siempre!!! .. LOL!!!

 

... his speciality are the broken hearts!!! ... he arranges the errors of Cupid and Saint Valentine... well, almost always!!! ... LOL!!!

 

... salud, buenas luces y muchas gracias colegas!!! ... aún me quedan 19 sesiones de fisioterapia... ufffff!!!

 

... health, good lighting and thank so much, mates!!! ... I still have 19 sessions of physiotherapy ... ufffff!!!

 

... Series: "Ellos" / "They"

 

... Music: "Stupid Cupid" (Neil Sedaka) performed by a) Connie Francis (original) + b) Mandy Moore (cover) ............... enjoy it!!!

 

www.youtube.com/watch?v=OswC5MBTmqE

 

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... NOTE: ... la foto no es de hoy, tiene casi dos años!!! / ... the photo is not of today, it have almost two years!!! (?)

I would like to thank all who sent get well messages all were read and appreciated. On Thursday my hip and back problem escalated to the point of loss of the use of my left leg. Now, after surgery to relieve the pressure on the sciatic nerve, some movement and feelings are returning to my left foot and leg. I will be restricted to the house for a week or so other than going to doc appointments and physiotherapy, this means I will be boring everyone with backyard bird photos and some from my archives. It has always been said you don't appreciate what you have until you lose it and losing mobility is certainly not fun.

"Per quanto lungo, ogni viaggio inizia con il primo passo…"

Peachland, BC

 

My apologizes for posting and running these days. After a long hiatus, I am back to work doing two part time jobs, plus continuing with my physiotherapy.

 

I know there are so many wonderful Flickr Friends that I need to catch up with. Don't think that I haven't seen your beautiful photos! Keep them coming and I will visit your photostreams soon.

on the subject of bikes......for those who have very kindly asked how Jake is doing re : his accident. Thank you. He's doing great. The neck brace was removed this week and he now begins physiotherapy. The prognosis for full recovery is good.

 

image : searching for a bike pic, ended up in my Nicaragua file.....and a rainy day spent exploring the centre of Granada, while at Empowerment International with Kathy Adams for the "children of hope' series. Don't think I ever showed you any pics of the city itself....just the kids & the barrio. Nicaragua is the second poorest nation in latin america, after Haiti, but it sure is colourful...buildings brightly painted.

Helping eatchother rollerskate in the dinning area in Shiv Sadan's leprocy Non Profit.

 

Raphael was founded in 1959 with its mission to provide relief from suffering.

Shiv Sadan is a village for cured leprosy patients, where families have their own housing unit. The residents are provided with all the basic necessities of life. In turn, based on their capabilities they assist in Raphael's day-to-day activities like weaving, carpentry, electrical work, plumbing and gardening, leading a life of dignity and contributing to the well being of the community.

Dehradun, Uttaracha,India,2010

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