Saturday, June 25, 2011

Here's my restaurant :)

http://www.bentomiami.com

If anyone lives near the area, do let me know!

By the way, i'm feeling great despite all the stress.

8 comments:

  1. Hey Mike, congrats on opening your restaurant! I hope it is prosperous for you. :) As far as the back is concerned, it sounds like anyone having an ADR should expect to heal for a good 6 months before getting too active. Would you agree?

    Thanks again for keeping up with the blog.

    ~Kevin

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  2. Mike, the noodle dish in the rotating image made my mouth water!

    Delivery to Canada yet?! :)

    -Brett

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  3. Congratulations!! Great Place

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  4. Mike,

    Would you know if Medicare pays for M6 and Bertignali?

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  5. How are you feeling Mike?

    ~Kevin

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  6. Hi Mike,
    How's the ADR coming along? I grant that you are probably at a stage where you are over the whole ordeal and want to focus on the restaurant and the future (who wants to dwell on the past, right); however I'm most interested in this next phase of your recovery - the "how close to 'normal' functionality should I expect from the M6-L ADR" - as this seems to be the least documented/commented part of the procedure. Many thanks for sharing your experiences thus far though - from the past posts on the business and activities, it sounds like the ADR is allowing you to get on with things.

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  7. I can't speak for Mike, but I have spoken to 2 M6-L'ers in very physically demanding careers post op. One is a farmer(literally back-breaking physical labour) and the other is a stuntman. Both have returned to their jobs and though they still feel the odd tweak/twinge, both are very glad they went through the procedure. It's kind of funny, I wanted to get back into sports before my ADR, but after the surgery, there's no way I want to go through that again and wreck where I'm at now.

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  8. Mike, I have to redouble anonymous's query: how are you doing? I imagine you have a substantial amount of followers debating whether the m6L is for them too. I'm in that camp and have been watching your blog since your surgery. Your story is becoming more interesting to me as time wears on, the fascination with the M6L gets old, and the device finds it's permanent functional home in your body. How are you doing? Can you bend down to tie your shoes, run, jump, and bend anyway you want? It's been a record amount of time since you chimed in. Tell us you're doing great.

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