Surgery Recovery Moving Quickly, slowly Reverting to Right Hand.
Just a quick entry to let everyone know what ws done, and still needs to be done.
Stitches came off 2 weeks after Surgery and a new Custom-molded, (I’d rather have had a Cast than a Splint. (I’ll say more later; but can’t Complete this, rt now.
Here are some photos, though: I’l label them later;)
Things happen5, which completely send us on a tailspin–only to hope and pray we don’t land without our Parachute open.
Such is the case here: Two (2) weeks ago, an unfortunate fall has left my right hand incapacitated at the wrist.
At a gas station, I tripped on a Pothole, near the pump, fell landing full on, straight on my right wrist. I couldn’t even get up.
Calls for Help, brought a Driver and a Policeman, who–seeing how bad my wrist looked–Called an Ambulance, which took me to Lancaster Regional Medical. A temporary cast was applied.
Surgery is tomorrow morning! Two plates will be inserted bypassing the wrist to connect right hand to the forearm.
My piano playing days are over!
I can’t describe how it felt…, the realization I’ll never play it again, like before!😩😩😩✔️
A 2.5-hr-long Surgical procedure followed by upteen PT Sessions, will partiaĺly restore range of motion.
Right now, it’s really hard doing it all using my Non-Dominant hand.
Threrefore, effective immediately, both blogs, (this one, and Gaea’s Midwife), are on Hiatus.