It is rather awkward using the above title given that some political party uses the phrase as the title
Now the only way out of a stroke is physiotherapy and like I have previously written,it aids neuroplasticity ( process of rewiring the damaged nerves) Actually the reason I go for it daily is to regain my independence albeit with some imperfections and to understand physiotherapy is like if you were to walk 20km,it is better to walk 2km for ten days to achieve the purpose of the intended exercise.
Upon assessment, the physiotherapist designs a range of exercises to achieve a particular objective and comparison with other patients as this is totally wrong, stroke is a case by case basis and if you look at how other patients are progressing. This is very bad as it can discourage you.After the regression which basically took me back to square zero,it was recommended to use a standing frame basically to strengthen the muscles. Now I used to ask myself questions like,’how comes there is no change?’ . There is a saying that patience pains but pays. Now I definitely know that this will be a year of perfection of the imperfections. The first blog post post stroke is titled amazing grace the reason is because the physiotherapist working on me was once asked,naye oyo anatereera?’ to which he replied,. Kija kuba kisa kyakatonda (it will be by God’s grace that he will get fine. Now I am a believer and getting through all this requires the grace of God because it’s not humanly possible. Are we there yet, not yet but we shall get there and continue Securing my future with physiotherapy.