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 Sierr's ACL surgery and her recovery AND NOW THE OTHER KNEE

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amymeme
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So glad to hear she's making progress. She's a lucky girl to have you two, Jennifer...hoping for continued progress!!! (Just for a yard stick - my SIL took a post stroke 15 yr old min pin from paralysis to walking with pool pt and such so anything is possible!)
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I'm so happy Sierra is doing so well, she is a strong little girl! You guys are awesome for taking such good care of her.
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she is doing amazing. she looks like she enjoyed the walking in the snow.
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PostSubject: Re: Sierr's ACL surgery and her recovery AND NOW THE OTHER KNEE   Sierr's ACL surgery and her recovery AND NOW THE OTHER KNEE - Page 5 EmptyThu Apr 20, 2017 1:09 pm

Just wanted to give you all an update on Sierra, We are 8 & 5 months out from surgery. We have done water treadmill and PT once a week since the week before xmas. the last 3 weeks we have not done any therapy, we went back to PT last night for a follow up and hands on massage work, no water treadmill. the PT said she was not any tighter then her last visit and was looking good. We are now going back in 4 weeks for follow up and hands on massage, we figure with her age it can't hurt to keep her loose!
I highly recommend doing PT after this kind of surgery, it really made her stronger and stable. She is still improving every week in strength. the other day she got her self standing on our bedroom laminate (slick) with out any help, some thing she has struggled with this whole time, its the little things at this point!
We are now working on increasing her walking speed, something that is hard to gauge right now as they seem to be taking a TON of sniff breaks so that is throwing off our time and speed.

any ways here is a video of her from this morning Smile



thanks for all the support during this!

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Two thumbs up!!! She looks great!

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she looks amazing, look a her go.
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Sierra looks awesome! Makes me so happy she is getting thru this as well as she is! That is one strong, determined little girl Smile
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Looking good, Sierra!
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