When is the last time you saw a person with an X-ray?
Posted On August 2, 2021
The X-rays were coming in, and I had a feeling they were going to be pretty bad.
I could see that my body had a bit of a break in it, but I knew I had enough in me to handle the situation.
I was still getting used to the X-RAY, and it felt like a good opportunity to talk about some of my experiences.
But there was a long wait for the doctor to come in.
“Oh my god, I can’t do this,” I thought.
My heart was pounding.
I knew it was going to happen.
I couldn’t move, I couldn, I could feel myself getting worse.
I didn’t want to get up out of bed and go to work, so I called my mom and texted her a picture of my bruised knee.
She rushed into work with me and took me to the hospital.
After an XOR scan, the doctor found a tear in my ACL, and the specialist told me it would need a platelet-rich plasma injection to repair the damage.
I had surgery the next day.
But the surgery was too late.
I started to feel bad for the other guys I was with at the time, but the doctor said I had the perfect chance to make it back on my feet and have the rest of my life.
“What’s the problem?”
I asked the doctor.
“Your knee,” he replied.
“But I don’t think you can use the knee to walk.”
I felt really bad for my teammates who were having the same experience.
But I felt like I had no choice.
I felt so bad for everyone else that was in the ER, too.
I wanted to get my leg up, and my teammates were like, “But he can’t use his knee.
You don’t want him to walk!”
I thought, “If he can do it, why can’t I?”
So I started walking.
But when I got to the parking lot, I noticed that I had fallen.
I tried to make the best of it.
I just kept running.
When I was finally in the wheelchair, I saw that my leg had gotten kicked in the knee.
It felt really horrible.
I got back on the wheelchairs, and then I was on my way home.
It was a tough week.
But in retrospect, it was worth it.
And I was able to talk to my friends about it and have a good laugh.
When we all started talking about the injury, one of them was like, I was going through it and I just wanted to see if it was something that could be fixed.
I thought it was important to talk with them.
I would do that every time I got into an argument with someone, because that person would always be right.
When you are out there and you are the person who is hurt and you need help, it makes you feel a little better.
I am glad I did it.