Re: rehab ruptured distal bicep tendon


If you get a response please let me know. I am 58 and the POWERS THAT BE seem to feel that surgery, at my age, is out of the question because they don't feel that there is enough physical exertion at my age to warrant it. WRONG!! but like you physical therapy recommendations are not forthcoming. Again give me a shout if you hear anything.

Posted By Les on August 23, 2007 at 01:27:40:

In Reply to: rehab ruptured distal bicep tendon posted by Mike on July 12, 2007 at 17:27:01:

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