That's the score. My neurologist has talked to my neurophysio and they have both arrived at the conclusion that I am suffering from bad recovery.
Apparently my brain, after almost 6 years has started to reorganise itself, but instead of doing it in a "good" or "right" way, it is doing so in a "bad" way. So I asked him how we could re-organise the brain. He simply shrugged his shoulders and said, in a kind way, that he was uncertain. Now, he is a top guy, and assisted Alistair Clarkson, coach of the Hawthorn football club when he had a brain problem. Those who know about the AFL will understand.
The neurologist's name is Nick Crump, and I trust him implicitly.
He has determined that I should undergo more rehab, and because I no longer have private health cover he is trying to arrange for me to go to the nearest big hospital....in a town called Sunshine about 75 km from Kyneton.
So there's my challenge..... To try to turn my "bad recovery" around and make it "good recovery". Who knew? Curse my damned brain! Why, after just over five years, has it decided to reorganise itself in a "bad" way?
Has anyone else had this problem? Did any of you know about good recovery and bad recovery? And if so, how did you solve the "bad" recovery?