How familiar are you with recovery pain?
For me, Friday the 9th of November 2012, was the day of the most brutal pain I’ve ever experienced in my life. The day before, they operated my fractured and dislocated right ankle, and no one had told me about the pain that was coming the next day.
I honestly didn’t think that it could be worse than what I’d already gone through in the week when I was waiting for the surgery. And even though the week was rough, I wasn’t prepared for the post-operation time. The first two days were the hardest – it’s hard to put in words the pain I experienced. The easiest explanation would be that it felt like someone was trying to crush my ankle between two enormous rocks.
I wish I could say this was it regarding my experience with pain.
The truth is that from the moment you injured yourself all the way to the moment you’re ″back to normal″, you’re gonna have some sort of soreness.
But how do you determine if the pain you’re experiencing is good or bad?
This week I’m answering Lorelei’s question: “How do you determine the difference between good soreness and bad? I’m not sure if I am doing enough stretching because I’m afraid of overdoing it or doing something too early.”
Things mentioned in the video:
- [online program] Iron-Built Flexible Ankles >>
- [online program] Guided Healing Meditations (now it’s a part of Completely Healed Academy >>)
Wouldn’t it be great if you had a roadmap to complete healing of your injury?
Now you can have it! Just click the button below.
In this in-depth masterclass, you’ll discover all the important things that are not covered in your doctor’s office so that you can heal quicker and better with ease & bounce forward from this physical trauma.