Hello everyone. I was reading this form and couldnt help but to sign up to put in my personal injuries and 2 cents on what Ive been doing to ease some of my day to day life pain expriences. I had a meniscus surgery to take out 20% of my meniscus tear in my right knee last August 19 2016… After the surgery I had considerable swelling so I started the physical therapy sessions 2 weeks after. I noticed that my range of motion was limited due to the swelling and stiffness and was hoping that it would disappear but that took some time.
To my nature I rushed back into sports close to 3 months after and ended up tearing my right knee in two separate locations, playing basketball. From the MRI the doctor said that they were stable tears and could heal on their own as long as I don’t do too much activities on it. Now almost 5 months later Im still dealing with my knee when i try to do some activites that has bending or squating or walking up the stairs its, almost as if its still torn so I was thinking about going to Mexico and getting a perscription of hgh to see if that can speed up the recovery process. I was hoping to see if someone else who has had any progress with the hgh and the knee, or there for any other cartlidge tear repair due to hgh.
I had a bad shoulder for a few years, I think it was from doing intense muscle ups and muscle up dips, i would do a wide range of advance exercises which lead to me hurting the right shoulder very badly, but heres the good news a few months back my coworker whos been dealing with the shoulder injury for a very long time ordered a book and in that book it described the shoulder and its function and how over time it deforms and showed a specfic exercise to readjust it to its normal contour and shape.
That exercise is dead hanging from the pull up bar looking straight ahead and repeating this exercise as much as you can handle if you cant hang your whole body weight then hang partially with your feet taking some of the weight off. Do this exercise on a daily base and I can bet you within 1 month you will heal that shoulder pain. It took me 2 weeks and my coworker 1 month to get rid of the shoulder pain. I hope that helps and I apologize for this long reply, new to writing in forms. Haha. I hope all of you the best and hope to hear back. I will try to find the title of the book. Cheers!