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    Will Brink Postings

    Last edited by K.L. Davis; 02-09-10 at 22:39.
    The sun will rise tomorrow; it’s your attendance of the event that is uncertain.

    Gun Plumber at Designated Hitter, pet protector and independent consultant to various irresponsible companies

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    I'm honored. Thanx.
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    “Those who do not view armed self defense as a basic human right, ignore the mass graves of those who died on their knees at the hands of tyrants.”

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    Finding a Rehab doc...

    Got injuries you can't get rid of? One of the mods on my forums is a rehab physician. He’s a physiatrist to be exact. Many people don’t know about this specialty, and it can be a real life saver for those with various injuries, etc. His name is Dr. Peck. He’s a wealth of knowledge about all things rehab, training, etc. He posted the info below on my forums and it’s of potential value to the mil/LE population also, who are no strangers to injuries and aches and pains of all kind. His write up:

    By Evan Peck MD:

    Have a disabling medical problem that is affecting your participation in the sports or activities you enjoy?

    Is your primary care doctor either unhelpful or unwilling to understand why you don’t want to “just rest it” for the rest of your life?

    Is the surgeon you were referred to only interested in cutting on your problem?

    Even worse, was the problem already cut on, but you are not any better?

    Is there any alternative, or do you have to resort to chiropractors or naturopaths or quacks to find a health care provider who can help?

    Stop right here. You may or may not be aware of it, but there is a medical specialty specifically dedicated to non-surgical restoration and optimization of function in people with disability, ranging across the entire spectrum of disability - from a sprained ankle to a spinal cord injury, from carpal tunnel syndrome to a stroke. That specialty is Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R).

    PM&R is a small medical specialty that has only had a medical board since 1947, but is rapidly growing as more and more people want to stay active and are unable to find physicians willing or able to help them overcome (primarily) neuromusculoskeletal injury and disability to maximize their activity and function. Many more people are also becoming weary of some of the pitfalls of only treating injuries with surgeries that “treat the MRI” and/or long-term drug use to cover up the pain rather than seek and fix the underlying cause.

    PM&R doctors are fully licensed allopathic and osteopathic physicians that go to the same medical schools as family doctors, obstetricians, neurologists, surgeons, pediatricians, radiologists, and all other medical specialties.

    A PM&R physician may be just who you need to maximize your function and performance, and to overcome injuries and ailments to resume doing the things you like to do at the level you like to do them. To find a PM&R physician in your area, please see the following website:

    http://www.e-aapmr.org/imis/imisonli...dphys/find.cfm
    - Will

    General Performance/Fitness Advice for all

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    Performance/Fitness Advice For the Tactical Community

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    “Those who do not view armed self defense as a basic human right, ignore the mass graves of those who died on their knees at the hands of tyrants.”

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    Just found this forum and read some of your posts. Good stuff!

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