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~ Long Term Injuries ~

Postby Phalanxpursos » Sat Jan 28, 2012 1:11 pm

People I sustained unjuries during my childhood which were untreated, I continued my martial arts practices with chest injuries and a broken spinal and later had to quit because of disability. It took 10 years before the diagnose was made of a broken spinal, prior to that did doctors declare me healthy. I had Ostiopathy and it made me turn to kung fu, but because of wrong practice did my disability return hardcore. I turned to a life dependant on natural narcotics, I am basically very much involved with involving healthcare with my problems, but it takes literary decades for these people to react. I tried the Chen style, but I figure Yang Tai Chi is better for me personally. Sorry to tell you this, but I am someone who gave up and turned to narcotics.

I should go back to practicing Yang Tai Chi.

Sincerely,
Alexander.
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