[Trombone-l] Surgery question

Fred Hudson tromfoolery at gmail.com
Wed May 31 14:31:36 CST 2017


In 2009 I had my prostate removed via the Davinci Procedure, which is
basically laproscopic or arthroscopic done under great magnification with
remotely operated "micro" instruments. I obeyed the doctors six week
prohibition as to lifting and using stairs for six weeks but after my belly
incisions healed and I felt comfortable (about two weeks) I began to play a
little more each day. I would emphasize Raymond's point, whatever works for
you!

Fred Hudson

On Wed, May 31, 2017 at 4:06 PM, Phil Burton <philbonium at gmail.com> wrote:

> A very good friend of mine is recovering from prostrate surgery.  It was
> removed via arthroscopic method.  His doctor said no lifting, etc for 6
> weeks.  He would like to know if anyone on the list has had this done, and
> how long they waited before playing Trombone again?
>
> Phil
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