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Maybe some folks here could answer me something I dont know , I heard on the News that Tiger Woods is making a Golf comeback ,after completing ' Sex Rehab' would someone explain what Rehab actually means what do they do to you that in a very short time are you cured' especially of a sex addiction.Indeed I am puzzled by the whole process of Rehab for anything , one hears of it a lot that one of the Stars is going into 'Rehab' for drink or drug addiction, then they come..Cured "?
We placed a feeding tube through her nose and started therapy for her, but didn’t seem to be making any progress, and she removed the tube twice, so we had to take her back to a hospital where she stayed for about a week in an ICU, they placed the tube again so they can make sure she gets her meds and feed her, and then she was moved to a rehab center where she’s currently receiving therapy.
I told him it's the alcohol or me, told him to get himself into rehab. I even told him that I'd quit this semester and take a leave of absence from work to help him through the next four weeks. He knows he has the option of doing that, but he doesn't want to leave his crew (knowing that if he does rehab, he'll be placed somewhere else with new people). Now I don't know what to do. He refuses counselling. And he's even gotten to the point where he mocks my knowledge on the subject.
No one else in my family other than my brother (who also gets high) knows that I use and I cannot bring myself to come out with it and just go into rehab. Mainly because of the embarrassment, but my wife is pushing me to do it this time and is threatening to leave me if I don't. Being that I was able to this a year ago I don't see how I can't do it again.
I have been trying to get off it for the last 3 yrs and cant take the withdrawall for more than a week or so. Rehab is not an option for me, I have children and live in a small town. Nobody knows I have this problem, other than my husband. I have back pain and started taking tramadol because it suposedly wasnt addictive!!! How do I get off this medicine and still function? Is there a way to get help without rehab?
When I was in w/d Creek's post made me laugh a lot! She is one funny lady! Beachtowel blond jokes, etc! When I laugh I almost believe that I'm happy and things are ok and normal! Maybe some people need to cry....just feeling that you are alive helps. And when you feel strong emotion maybe that's helpful...I don't know Charity....It is hard and sometimes you just feel like **** and you are down.
Alway Happy and talkative. Smiles and jokes. But, when the pills wore off, man, what a come-down. I wanted to jump out a window. Valium made me even more depressed and antidepressants just put me to sleep and nothing worked. Nothing, until a big dose of pain meds. Then, I found Oxycontin. A time released, all day pill. I went to a physical therapist my doctor suggested and they told me. "Crush them up and snort them" You'll see". So, I did, and now, I have a scrip for 90, 80mg.
When i had knee replacement surgery, alot of the rehab was on using muscles never used very much, riding the bikes in rehab in a backwards motion was a good part of the rehab. it is reported that with knee surgery, the rehab is the most painful and the most important part of the surgery and recovery. People who have problems after the knee surgery probably tried to spend less time in the rehab, and the problems show up even months and years later.
My doctor wants me to wait until I am adjusted to my new anti depressants, before attmepting getting off the pain pills. So I guess I'll wait a month, but then what? rehab? 12 steps? No options sound good to me. I would like to just stop, but found that didn't work I seem to have a very addictive personality, I used to do crystal meth, and drink etc.
Thank you for the information -- Can you recall how long it took before she really regained longer periods of alertness? Our family is resigned to the whole recovery/rehab process being a really long one, but the rehab can't really even begin until my mom regains a much higher level of alertness for longer periods...
Once these areas are affected, will they ever come back? Can anything be helped with rehab? He was very optomistic at first...before he understood what happened. Now he's becoming very depressed. I am very, very concerned about him. Being the only breadwinner in his family, he's very worried about this...but that's not for this message board. What are his options for any type of recovery...or are there any? Thank you!
She just moved to a continuing care facility and has started occupational, speech, and physical therapy. She has swallowed several times on command and mouths words because she cannot talk yet. She is still on the Trachotomy. She can move her right arm and leg but is not able to move her left side at all. She is even smiling although its very difficult at this point. Her therapists are saying she will need at least six months to regain more use of her body. Don't give up hope.
My attempts were both unsuccessful. The first one I tried to shoot myself in the head, but the gun jammed. I later found out the gun was a b-b gun and probably would not have killed me but only injured me. The other attempt was with pills, but they made me sick and I threw them up at home. The first attempt one person was home, but they did nothing about what I had just done except be shocked.
Alcohol an Maraj are far more addictive.
I believe his problem was my Myoclons and he couldn't stand me from day one which is reflected in his letters which are not in any way medical in nature but proceed to make fund of me and call me somatic, histrionic all because of the myoclonus which I have stated went away with some terrific physical therapy. It is never completely gone as it is a symptom and I have been told it is likely to come back. That is the reason I posted to the Dr. as I wanted a plain simple answer....
it lasted three hours of talking and a physical exam afterwards. They approved my LTD so I don't have to worry about my job for awhile, I saw three Dr for this appeal, one was a Internist. In the letter they state that my medical findings MRI, Blood test etc. will probably not show anything in the future testing and they suggest " I URGENTLY SEE A PSYCIATRIC".... so I guess it's is all in my head. I guess this is good news, I'll miss you guys.
And if like most places people there even bosses send email jokes or anything not related to work forward them to your home email. Helps shoot that in the foot. lilmoma, how are you? Can do said hi last night but moma didn't care, so i will say hi again lilmoma. Cando not sad though.
but he does look VERY sober. i know he is not in rehab, because he would have told me so. maybe...maybe not though.
You will need to elaborate on this as I think it is the Pathology that structures your so called addiction. As opposed to the Physical and Psychological Dependency that you have on Oxycodone. I hope you can find some peace.
5 weeks after the stroke the blood has started to re-absorb and swelling is going down. She is currently in a rehab hospital (March 18) with paralysis on the right side (arm and leg) and has aphasyia - she understands us but has a hard time getting her words out (she does put small phases together at times).A speech therapist works with her and she can read, write some (copies words) and has progressed with food (a feeding tube to puree foods to soft - ground foods).
I'm a firm believer in staying busy and pushing the physical and mental capacities envelopes. Got to keep up challenges. Tx is as much about your head as it is the physical effects, I think. Continued good luck, Bill, you are on the downhill slope.
The mental cravings last a while. But the physical ones go away. I still take vicodine in my dreams and then wake up craving it. It gets easier though and there are medications you can take to curve the cravings. I take naltroxene. Good luck you doing good the tough part is over. It gets easier around the fourth day. And you will start to notice your energy level increasing. Don't forget to take vitamins to help your body heal.
Recovery issues for the affected person (physical, psychological or emotional, social, family, spiritual, other) and how to measure outcome. Overview of treatment resources: Treatment approaches for the affected individual and treatment resources. How the family can help: Enabling behaviors for the family to avoid, and behaviors that are helpful in supporting the addicted family member’s recovery.
and oh my the head games are worse than i ever thought its like my brain is so fing confused and i have no control over it, i get really angry sometimes like i wish this disease could manifest itself in a physical form so i can beat the **** out of it. but all in all im doing ok 8days in and running the road of recovery never to look back at the drugs chasing me.
This really bites when most physical exercise is painful, because CP muscles are resistant to it. (Ouch!). Just do what you can. For me, I try to get up and walk around periodically throughout the day (it could be around the living room or down the hall). This simply reminds my brain to move the muscles. I find this makes a difference for me. I also periodically flex my toes throughout the day. Sometimes I can't because... They're stuck.
2 VERY hurt people........and one of them in rehab..... I'm glad you pay attention to her....and kiss her and romance her......, but really, ask yourself, without justifying at all........what am i doing to keep her away???? or what are the circumstances that she doesn't feel comfortable? maybe the place is too dirty?? (another example.....) or....who knows!... Have you ask her directly??? what does she say?? if she just says 'i dont know'......
I wondered why the baseball kept getting bigger. Then it hit me. 14. A sign on the lawn at a drug rehab center said: 'Keep off the Grass.' 15. A small boy swallowed some coins and was taken to a hospital. When his grandmother telephoned to ask how he was, a nurse said, 'No change yet.' 16. A chicken crossing the road is poultry in motion. 17. The short fortune-teller who escaped from prison was a small medium at large. 18.
Because of alcohol I've been arrested 5 times, been in 2 car accidents, been abused and drugged, and many other things. I've been threw rehab and counseling too. I guess what I'm getting at is its caused me so much pain but I want a drink so bad lately and I'm so close to giving in. I just would really appreciate some advice or something to help me not give in to my depression and drink.
that helped me understand addictions. In growing up in that environment, you know that additions are more than physical addiction, it affects behavior and the addicts "reality" of life which is skewed. Both of my kids are college age and one of them is showing some signs of alcoholism of which she is aware. As a parent, I can only model behavior (which i had some help with in support groups for people who have lived with addicts, I am now divorced from their father).
(See the thread The Thomas Recipe for instructions). The L-Tyrosine will give you a boost of mental/emotional and physical energy to help you overcome the post-WD malaise. Many people use the L-Tyro boost to help them get into some light aerobic exercise such as fast walking, bicycling, swimming, etc. That is the best way to break out of the doldrums.
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