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|Monday, 14th April 2003|
My cinema elbow is water cooled.
No, I have not gone nuts. Well, at least I am not any crazier than otherwise.
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My love has dragged me away from my keyboard. At that time I was very busy with Object Oriented Software Development of www.huizentoppers.nl but I take a day off and join her to a bar, cinema and restaurant. I enjoy a couple of white beers in the centre of The Hague.
catch me if you can
is above expectations, very good.
I am fascinated for three hours.
There is no problem yet.
Sirene(.../restaurantsVan/DenHaag/...) ( +31 70 364 5547, Bagijnestraat 6, map by Yellow Pages) my left elbow starts hurting.
That is a nuisance, but no reason to panic at the spot. It is quite normal for me to incur minor injuries without knowing. At such times my mind is too busy. Physical complaints only surface when my brain runs idle. Optimistically I assume that the pain is a temporary problem, probably sat in a wrong posture, bumped it, or I don't know what.
The doctor is very enthusiastic. He recognises the bursitis elbow (sportsinjuryclinic.net/...) immediately and tells me it is painful and long lasting, but nothing to worry about. I should cool the elbow and avoid pressure. Fine, that sounds like an implement able scenario to me.
The first thing that comes to mind is a cooling module, wrapped around my arm with a tea-cloth. It is not a working solution. It cools all right, but it is far from comfortable. The hard cooling module presses on the elbow and causes more pain than it solves.
Yes, this is much better. But, there are still a number of bugs:
It is better.
This works well. The sock keeps it's position, without pressure, stretches comfortably with every move I make. Gravity works in my favour now, running cold water to the point of pain.
Kudos to sir Scager. All what remains are some minor problems.
When the sock runs dry, I gently tip the ice down, with the painful end of the elbow. The elbow cools immediately in the icy water. The sock absorbs ice water at the far end, resulting into perfect cooling.
This individual has not gone nuts.
He is the proud co-inventor of the
ice water cooled cinema elbow.