Having all the information helps!
As I countdown the last days before knee replacement surgery, I can tell you that I have not gone into the process like a zombie.
I read all the written information provided by my orthopedic surgeon. I followed all the instructions. I requested and was granted pre-surgery physio sessions. I asked a lot of questions at the pre-admit sessions and appointments.
I even listened to some fantastic YouTube videos by Talking with Docs. (Very, very helpful) Watch YouTube video here
As a person who is very sensitive to medications, chemicals, mold, etc., I needed to get as much information as possible.
I want to go into surgery with my “eyes wide open”, meaning knowing the risks for me, and mitigating all of these risks.
I believe that I have done that by working with my naturopath to boost my immune system.
I’ve had acupuncture, osteopathy sessions, and chiropractors. Lori Haws helped with Matrix Repatterning.
I worked with Julie Tibbles to do the energetic work to make sure that I will be compatible with the materials and drugs to be used.
I’ve done the exercises from the physios, and from Anne Klausner twice daily for the last 12 weeks.
I talked to many people who have had this surgery and got some great advice.
Am I anxious? Sure, but not nearly as much as a couple of weeks ago prior to having all the information I needed.
I also feel ready thanks to all of my team of support and because I’ve done the daily preparation.
These last days pre-surgery, I am enjoying every moment of my days before I will embark on the post-surgery pain and recovery.
My surgery is scheduled for Monday, September 19th, 2022 10am – noon, I would sure appreciate your good thoughts and wishes.
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I want to make sure that you are fully supported if you are having knee pain, and I would love to support you if you are heading towards knee surgery.