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posted 10/1/2009 10:34:18 PM |
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No surgery needed, but 4 weeks with crutches and a brace are required. The MRI found a fracture on the fibial plateau. It's an area at the top of the fibia. The good news is that with 4 weeks of having his knee in a brace and using the crutches he can get right back to working out.

I just want to thank every body for their prayers and loving words. It means more to me than you can imagine.

God bless you all!

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Wordsofwit

Oct 1 @ 10:40PM  
That is good news. Hopefully he will follow instructions and not try to much too soon.
Looking4ever

Oct 1 @ 11:07PM  
Good news indeed.
1bunny629

Oct 1 @ 11:23PM  
Great..but what WOW said. Dn't let him push it. The healing time is important! So glad you are somewhat releved. Hugs, M
sugarnspice005

Oct 1 @ 11:26PM  
That's not too bad. At least he doesn't need surgery. And that 4 weeks will fly by.
RevDocLove

Oct 2 @ 7:50AM  
Great news PP!
dmbchick420

Oct 2 @ 10:05AM  
Glad to hear. I wouldn't be surprised if they decided after he gets out of the crutches, that he do a little physical therapy.

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