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Old 05-08-2008, 10:41 PM   #41
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Im not my friend Dr.Blake Sanders who has an office on Fannin. Everyone confuses us and I have kinda adopted him as my younger brother.

I am new on this forum. Losts of guys know me from the off road motorcycling world, Houston Motocross, Thumpertalk, KTM talk, etc.

I am an Orthopaedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine guy in Houston who just about only treats extreme athletes, mostly motorcycle racers. I don't regularly see fat chicks in jogging suits who don't use their Curves membership. I'm too extreme for them.

I did Mike's and Tiller1K's clavicle surgeries. Tiller did great and you can expect to see him back in a month an one half, just like Mike.

Mike, did you know that your picture is on the girl's screensaver in the clinic. I guess its the uniform.

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Old 05-08-2008, 11:03 PM   #42
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Old 05-08-2008, 11:20 PM   #43
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Im not my friend Dr.Blake Sanders who has an office on Fannin. Everyone confuses us and I have kinda adopted him as my younger brother.

I am new on this forum. Losts of guys know me from the off road motorcycling world, Houston Motocross, Thumpertalk, KTM talk, etc.

I am an Orthopaedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine guy in Houston who just about only treats extreme athletes, mostly motorcycle racers. I don't regularly see fat chicks in jogging suits who don't use their Curves membership. I'm too extreme for them.

I did Mike's and Tiller1K's clavicle surgeries. Tiller did great and you can expect to see him back in a month an one half, just like Mike.

Mike, did you know that your picture is on the girl's screensaver in the clinic. I guess its the uniform.

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Welcome Dr. Mark!

I'll be bringing in Tiller1k for his check-up tomorrow. Hopefully he'll be in a little better spirits...or I'll have to force him to read the Commandments again
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Well, I am finally feeling like getting on the interweb again. All I can say is WOW! I have some serious hardware in my shoulder now. Dr. Sanders removed bone marrow (ouch) from my right leg just under the knee.

The day after surgery, I found myself back at the Dr.'s office in the rehab rooms. I was able, with some effort, to raise my hand above my head. Before I knew what was happening, Dr. removed the wound dressing (while I was still standing and before my brain could convince my mouth to protest) and pointed me toward the exercise bike for a leisurely 30 minute "Spin Session". He figured level 6 would be a better starting point than say...number 1. "Don't let it fall below 60RPM!" lol I wondered if I could even get it that high.

After completing the Tour de France, I was directed to Ed the Physical Therapist there. He is a of a nice guy and one of the few people on the planet I wouldn't want to kill for the amount of pain he would inflict during the next 30 minutes. An exercise program was developed and immediately implemented. Ed knows what he is doing. By the force and directions my arm and shoulder were moved, I am no longer worried that re-injuring it is possible in day to day life activities. Keep in mind, surgery was just 24hrs earlier.

It is really no wonder that Dr. Sanders patients are back in the game quicker than anyone else. He doesn't give you time to cry or feel sorry for yourself. Get with the rehab program and hit it hard. I am very impressed.

I am still very sore but mobility is vastly improved over the last 3.5 days. I am doing far better than I imagined I could.

I am off this afternoon for another trip to "Satan's Rec Room". Woot!
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Im not my friend Dr.Blake Sanders who has an office on Fannin. Everyone confuses us and I have kinda adopted him as my younger brother.

I am new on this forum. Losts of guys know me from the off road motorcycling world, Houston Motocross, Thumpertalk, KTM talk, etc.

I am an Orthopaedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine guy in Houston who just about only treats extreme athletes, mostly motorcycle racers. I don't regularly see fat chicks in jogging suits who don't use their Curves membership. I'm too extreme for them.

I did Mike's and Tiller1K's clavicle surgeries. Tiller did great and you can expect to see him back in a month an one half, just like Mike.

Mike, did you know that your picture is on the girl's screensaver in the clinic. I guess its the uniform.

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Certified by the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
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phone: 713.907.6076

Hey Doc, this is Jim from the Houstonian.

You guys need to get to know Dr Sanders if you get in trouble and that time of year is coming around.

He's done a little work on me also and I've known him for a long long time.
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