TDRE Boss Blog: My Plantar Fibromatosis & Work

I recently did an interview for my Ledderhose and Plantar Fibroma support group and it reminded me of a popular post of Ross’ about The #GuiltyTeacher. His post was inspired by Mr Steer on Educating Yorkshire and discussed some of the ways in which teachers neglect themselves, particularly when it comes to their health.

I have to put my hands up that I have been guilty of this on many occasions. My plantar fibromatosis operation was one such time. After seeing the aggressive growths on the bottom of my foot, the doctor wanted to operate as soon as possible. However I delayed the operation, despite his protests, from February to June in 2009. This was as the recovery time was around 2 months and I felt that I couldn’t leave until after my exam classes.

via TDRE Boss Blog: My Plantar Fibromatosis & Work.

 

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