- May 10, 2016
I was in Big Sky, Montana on a ski trip with my family. I actually was coming down at the end of my run and I lost my balance and actually went into a wooden pole. They did do x-rays there and sat and found that I did break my leg. I did know Dr. Davison and I immediately called him. It was worse than that initial x-ray showed. Now isn’t too bad. But given the healing time of two or three months, there’d be a tendency for this to displace. So we suggested to her that the best treatment would be to try to fix this where the screws go across the fracture line. You can’t even see the fracture line at this point. It’s been compressed down. And that maintains the alignment. I am getting back to an active life. Of course, we’re about four months down in, down the road, but she’s crawling. You’re engaged in strength in the program and emotion is good. Well, when we treat someone it’s actually a partnership that we’ve developed with them, with their help and with their cooperation. Frequently we’re able to cure them up the problem,
I was not able to stand, not, not even stand on my broken leg, on my good leg. And now, I mean, I’m able to do all of that. I just feel great.