Sunset at Prien Lake Park

Sunset at Prien Lake Park

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Happy Hour


It was Happy Hour indeed today at Sonic. Not only did Eric eat a SuperSonic Cheeseburger and a grape-watermelon Dr. Pepper, but several of his friends met him there for a Happy Hour reunion.

Can anyone convince Eric that electrical muscle stimulation at physical therapy does not hurt?! Eric's physical therapist Kim wants to do this on Eric's legs, and he is flat out refusing. He thinks it's going to "shock" him.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

ERIC IT DOESN'T HURT. ALL IT DOES IS STIMULATE YOUR MUSCLES, CAUSES THEM TO 'WORK OUT'. YOU CAN DO IT.

Anonymous said...

P.S. LOOK HOW GREAT YOU HAVE DONE.

Anonymous said...

Eric,
I had a bad case of tennis elbow once and I had a lot of pain and limited movement in my arm. The stimulation does not hurt- it just feels tingly. But most of all it really helped my arm. Give it a try- you can always stop if you don't like it. It could be very helpful!

Michele Chute

Anonymous said...

Looks like the guys are having a great time. we love the pictures. Keep them coming.
... m

Anonymous said...

Eric,

I have had several treatments on my back. It does feel tingly and a little prickly, but the therapist is good at helping you get it adjusted and it can really help your muscles!! It doesn't hurt, feels a little weird, but it helped me SOOOOO Much! I had alot of pain after two different car accidents and had muscle spams in my upper back. This thearpy was one of things that helped me recover. Try it!!!!

Mrs. Dees

Anonymous said...

Eric,
You're looking great! Keep up the good work (I'm buying Sonic stock) and give the stimulator a try, it just tingles.

Garry (Kangaroo Crew)

Mrs. Rebich said...

Eric,
Your post PT/OT Sonic snacks have intrigued me, so I visited today for a $1 burger and a strawberry`banana
smoothie. They were both yummy!
No wonder you enjoy them.
Keep up the good work and enjoy the Memorial Day weekend. We at Ross continue to send our positive thoughts and prayers your way.

Mrs. Rebich

Anonymous said...

Eric, is this a Polish joke to see How many comments it takes to get
Eric to try electronic stimulation. I hope I'm the magic number. Give it a try. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Let me hear tomorrow that you were willing to at least try. I might even buy you a Sonic treat, and one for Andrew too.

bev

Aunt Lisa said...

Those photos are the greatest!! And Eric, after all you've been through, the EMS is nothing! You can do it! Love you!

Winona said...

Been there, done that, Eric and it doesn't hurt. Matter-of-fsct, it can feel pretty good. It was one of the earliest parts of my PT experience.

Good to have you home,

Nona