I am currently reading Dr. Kharrazian’s new brain book, and I am in it! (My name has been changed to Colin) Check it out!: Colin, 28, came to me about nine months after falling 20 feet from a water tower onto a rooftop in Brooklyn, New York. Although he did not fracture his skull, […]
I began walking daily; and even short walks down my street would get me winded almost instantaneously. My whole body was very weak, especially my lungs. What little lung capacity I had would vanish and soon the panting would begin. So then, I would focus on breathing in a controlled and steady meter, and continue […]
I planned a going away/birthday party on October 1, 2011. I decided to throw it at Ali’s (Bar 280) near my old apartment. I was to leave the following morning on the 2nd. I planned to stay at my old apartment with friends and see my dog for one last time before I left. I […]
I have ataxia. Wikipedia states: Ataxia is a neurological sign consisting of lack of voluntary coordination of muscle movements, as in walking. This is what still ails me the most today. Ataxia coupled with atrophy (the wasting away of a part of the body due to a lack of use) kept me from walking for […]
This is a list of my injuries: I had a bruised and swollen left eye (probably from hitting the scaffolding), luckily the actual eye orbit was bloodshot but ok. A nasal fracture that looked old, a fractured right ileum and a fractured right sacrum (hip bones), 3 cracked ribs on my left side, both lungs […]
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