Great story!Way to go, Dale. Thanks for your tremendous example and
the courage you show every day. Keep up that therapy! We all need
to show the effort, commitment, and persistence that you show.
That was agreat story good luck with your future. What a great example. Also
good luck to the young man at SS.
The idea is to focus not on what he can't do but on what he can do, or learn to
do again.Lots of things he can still do. Some times more then he
might have done other wise not that one would in anyway want this.Drs. Base what a person will or will not be able to do based on what they have
seen as the injury and as the result of what they have seen as recovery. Most
people recover for awhile and then stop the PT (or their relatives stop it,
because its to hard on both the patient and them). Or there doing "well
enough".They see so much that could be done not done. PT People
do not come cheap.Of course the Drs can never measure heart, or
will,human desire to be a persons old self. I have a friend who's
daughter got married in a swimming pool because she could walk in water but not
out of water. The food was good and we had fun. My major in Internet
is seeing and talking to people who supposedly can't, get it done. Get it done.
I knew a Blind Missionary.
Good Luck Dale! Keep going. Don't ever quit.
From a tragic beginning...to the start of a miracle ending...God bless you.
What a great story. Thanks for sharing Deseret News! It helps us all realize the
important things in life. Good luck Dale.
As a high school wrestler, I'm sure Dale is accustomed to a great workout
regimen. Which will help with his PT.As a person, he is showing how much
heart and determination he has.Great example of someone not feeling sorry
Great job Dale!