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Lacrosse Season 2017

We have been discussing my coming back to officiate Lacrosse this 2017 season and have decided to give it a go again. I have been apprehensive due to an injury I sustained at the end of 2015 while playing b-ball. It has been healing quite slowly due to it having affected the ACL (Anterior cruciate ligament) or PCL (Posterior cruciate ligament). I don’t know which because I have not had an MRI yet. All I can tell you is that the sensation is that of a pinching stretch, with a bit of pain at the end when I squat. That sensation is minimal, and I can squat all the way without much trouble – granted, it has been over a year.

I have done everything except visit an MD. I have been to Dr. Flo, a Craniosomatic specialist, massager, etc. at the Hancock Clinic in Tampa, Fl. Her expertise and great-working- hands have helped my upper muscle relax so my body can heal faster. It is truly and incredible experience. She massages the head, neck, and pectoral muscles and voila! The pain is gone – no matter where it might it was. For example, the Achilles tendon, the calves, the thighs, the abdomen, the knee (like my case), the movement of the cranial plants, coupled with the massage of the head, neck, pectoral soft-muscle tissue can relieve any pain. Anywhere!

I have been exercising at the YMCA with one of my oldest sons, too. I am hopeful I can manage well on the field this year without much of what I experienced last year – tight calves, a lot of leg spasms, abdominal pain.