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I think a lot in Jose and Susana, two young patients with brain trauma that I met in Miami hospital, to where I was transferred. Their lives before their accidents were really as mine when I had the same age. Suddenly, everything stops, a total new life begins in an immediate moment. There is no looking back or “try that again”. For me, there is no going back. The more I stare at the past, the harder it is. I always tried to convince myself that this time, life was much better. It’s a process, that is not ideal, but definitely changes things a bit. What is true, this could happen to anyone.
The way we assimilate sudden changes in our life is what indicates how fast we are going to rehabilitate. That’s why, looking back is extremely hard. Once you begin to compare with the one you were before and who you are now, everything ends. I’m lucky of not being a sports fan, it would be devastating, for example if I used to play tennis every day. I actually only practiced tennis or golf some weekends, and I simply stopped remembering those moments. In my new life, I don’t play sports. Instead, I do daily exercises and stretches. This way of thinking is what makes me move on forward, about our life management affects rehab course.
One of the hardest things in this process is to wait for the brain healing. You don’t know what to do in order to heal faster or slower, if it’s better or worse, if it is finally healed or will remain that way. Really, you don’t know anything, doctors can’t precise it, nobody knows what is happening in your small head. The only thing to do is therapy and wait for the best.
This has been my experience.
Doctors that helped me in my rehab:
San Juan, PR
Ryder Trauma Center, Dr. Kester Nedd, DO
Design NeuroScience Center, Dr. Kester Nedd, DO
Physicians for the Hand, Dr. Elizabeth Anne Oullette, MD
MetroHealth Health System, Dr. Harry Hoyen, MD
Doctor’s Hospital, Dr. José L. Pérez Maldonado MD
San Juan, PR