Nepal was an unexpected experience and a hell of an adventure. I didn’t know that I was going to physically die every single day and have to mentally push myself to keep on walking up and down the trail/jeep track to reach the next town that’s in “two hours” when it’s really three because of how slow I walk LOL. But it made me realise that I can survive the curveballs that Life tends to throw your way. Like, getting lost in the mountains during snowfall and almost slipping off the mountainside. Yep. Even though it didn’t feel like an epic time; it was. And the scenery was absolutely mind blowing when I stopped and looked at where I was. Would I do it again? Yes, and I’d drag more friends to come suffer with me again mwahahahahaha!! (3/3)
First time back on the board since my leg injury over 1 year ago 🤩 and it couldn't have been on a better day then after all those heaps of snow throughout the entire week ❄️ ❄️❄️ Pretty damn cold but felt like being reborn 🙏
Neck Physiotherapy :
Client woke up on thursday with pain and had difficulty in moving his neck to his right side.
First treatment session was on thursday. Friday; 2nd session post treatment, client had full neck movement and had no complains of pain.Client wanted to get back to his soccer goalkeeping this weekend. He was able to catch a med ball 2 kg without discomfort in the neck. He felt good and happy...Happy Days😊