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|Justin Upton Sits With Bruised Lower Back - RealGM Wiretap
Justin Upton did not start against the Chicago Cubs on Sunday because of a bruised lower back.
Upton was hurt when he was hit by a pitch from Jeff Samardzija on Saturday night. He had to leave the game.
The Atlanta Braves used Ryan Doumit in Upton's place.
The 26-year-old is hitting .296.378.576 with nine home runs and 19 RBIs this season.
Trade Interest In Matt Moore Is Building - RealGM Wiretap
The Tampa Bay Rays may be willing to trade Matt Moore and interest in the pitcher is believed to be building.
The Texas Rangers are "hot on Moore's trail http://www.knicksofficialonline.com/Carmelo-Anthony-Jersey/ ," according to the report. Three or four other organizations are also pursuing Moore.
Moore struggled in his return from Tommy John surgery last season and he has a 5.04 ERA in 2016.
Hamstring Injury Ends Charlie Mortons Season - RealGM Wiretap
Charlie Morton will have surgery on his torn left hamstring Monday in Philadelphia and will miss the remainder of the season.
Morton will need six to eight months to recover, according to the Philadelphia Phillies.
Adam Morgan, who has been pitching at Triple-A Lehigh Valley, is expected to take Morton's spot Friday against the Cleveland Indians at Citizens Bank Park.
Morton injured himself Saturday, running to first base on a sacrifice-bunt attempt.
锘? Knee Replacement is pretty scary, but you can do it, especially if you are prepared! After you and your Doctor have decided you need your knee replaced, its time to make preparations.
First and foremost, check with your insurance company to make sure which benefits you have. Find out specifically how long they will allow you to stay in the hospital. Many insurance companies will make you leave the on the fourth day after the operation and they may send you to a rehabilitation facility, which in their jargon could mean a nursing home.
In my experience, I was transferred to the nursing home on a Friday. This meant I would not be evaluated by their visiting physical therapist until Monday. Because of that, I declined from a 90 degree bend in my new knee to a 70 degree bend, in just three days. All my rehab in the hospital had just gone down the drain and I had to start all over again. Just so you know, you will be working towards a 125 degree bend after the Knee Replacement Surgery.
It is very important to know how the insurance company will deal with you before, during and after the knee surgery.
Call the number on the back of your insurance card and ask the following questions:
* Find out with whom you are speaking, their position and their extension number.
* I want to know what benefits I have for a total Knee Replacement.
* Do I have skilled Physical Therapy benefits in the hospital where the surgery takes place for the Knee Replacement? Yes or No? If yes, what are they?
* Do I have Rehabilitation benefits for the Knee Replacement? Yes or No? If yes, what are they? Where may I go for the services?
* Do I have Rehabilitation equipment and supplies covered for the Knee Replacement? Yes or No? If yes, what are they? Is there a co-pay?
* Do I have ongoing outpatient therapy benefits for after the Knee Replacement? Yes or No? If yes, what are they? Where may I go for services?
* Do I have home therapy benefits after the Knee Replacement? Yes or No? If yes, what are they? Which Home Health agencies may I use after the Knee Replacement?
To maintain your independence at home, after your Knee Replacement Surgery, buy a bar refrigerator that will go on a table next to your bed. This will be invaluable when you do come home. Stock it with water, sodas, milk, Jell-Os and individual pudding snacks. Fresh fruit is also a good snack. Purchase the 2 oz boxes of cereals and stack them beside the refrigerator. Put a large plastic drinking cup next to the bed and weight it with a golf ball, which will hold plastic utensils, knives, forks and spoons (the golf ball keeps it from tipping over). Use a plastic bowl for the cereal and throw it away when youre done. Bumblebee Tuna makes an individual lunch kit that comes pre-made with crackers and a little wooden spoon.
These little things will help you feel independent by being able to get breakfast, snacks and an occasional lunch on your own. It also gives your care giver a little break. I found that there were some days that I had no appetite due to pain andor medication so I kept a stock of Slim Fast or Boost in the refrigerator for basic nutrition.
If you smoke, now is the time to stop or at least cut down. Smoking constricts your blood vessels which is not a good thing when youre going in for major surgery. If you tend to be a little over weight try to lose a few pounds. A little less weight on a new knee joint means a little less pain. Okay, no more preaching.
Line up the people that will be helping you after your Knee Replacement Surgery and, believe me, you will need them. If you can afford it, hire someone to come in for 4-6 hours a day. They will help you get out of bed, shower and get dressed. They prepare your meals, help you with your therapy exercises, keep you company and give your spouse or significant other, a break. Interview them now and let them know what your timing is. Your church would be a good place to find someone, or if you live near a retirement community, many times they have companions of their own that are looking for some extra income.
This isnt essential but I think wise. Donate two pints of your own blood in case of an emergency. Make sure that this is completed at least a week before the surgery. You have to donate one pint per week. If you are taking antibiotics wait five days before giving blood..