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Discussion in 'Trials' started by Gordy, May 27, 2018.
Sheesh Mike, spend a little more time on the internet and a little less time outside.......
Way more famous for this right now.... https://www.instagram.com/p/BjUoHlUFfvz/?hl=en&taken-by=lyndonposkitt
The criminals will probably return the bikes...once they figure out what they got. :)
I hope he had insurance and if not, hard lesson learned.
Probably keep those Honda generators though!
Day 21 - Therapy Goat
Day 22 - Pushing therapy a little harder. Going back in for extra credit
(I can't seem to figure out how to embed the instagram video in the thread. If anybody knows if instagram video is supported by Advrider, tell me how to get it to embed please)
Day 23 - A Happy Father's Day message from Phil
(Also working his left arm/hand pretty hard, just in case his right doesn't come back 100%)
I've been wondering about his right arm. I thought it was slinged-up just because of the broken collarbone but I've never seen any movement out of it.
He has unbelievable spirits, I'm pretty sure that I couldn't do that.
I don't want to be a downer either, but since I've had some spinal injury problems in the past, I've been watching intently too. I know no real details, because I have not talked with Noel. But yes, he has never moved right arm or more importantly his hand or fingers that I've seen. Plus I can't remember if he has every moved his legs without assistance? I wish Phil the best, but this might be an extreme life changing event for him.
If you look at the early vids, he was wiggling his toes. I hope that's a good sign.
If he can get his arm strength back, he will be back riding. There are paralyzed MX riders.
I've been following the progress of another trials rider hurt going fast. Search Johnny Ringo on Facebook. It's been a year and a half for him so Phil has a long road ahead but he is younger so it should be quicker.
Every time I start to whine to myself about my minimum paralysis, when I see someone in a chair, I remind myself it could have been a lot worse.
Day 24 - SO much going on in this update, ability to perform personal hygiene by oneself, stronger legs, and DOUBLE thumbs up.
Also due to some of the meds he may end up with a hairstyle similar to mine.
I have had the same concerns, I was very pleased to see some right arm movement in his day 24 update
Day 25 - Standing, Steps and personal catheters OH MY!
He will definately overcome this accident. Once they have you standing, the hospital will soon release you.
I was in 5 1/2 months before they let me stand. ( 16 individual pieces of bone between knee and ankle, total of 1 yr in hospital, 8 bone grafts, and two more years in cast)
That's all I got, WOW
BONUS VIDEO: Phil discusses his injuries a little more in depth.
It's a two part video, scroll to the right to see the second half, if on computer and technologically challenged - there is a small arrow on the right side of the video in the center of the side - click that to get to the second half.