I broke my leg about a month ago. It was the weekend of the big family reunion, and our son was here with his dog; our daughter
also here with her dog. The three boy dogs love to play and run together. On this one particular morning, their big ball of
energy was unfortunately, accidently aimed at me. I heard the pop and some rips and crackles before I hit the ground.
I was unable to use crutches, so our daughter, a podiatrist, recommended the Roll-A-Bout. It is available as a rental.
We're about to send the Roll-A-Bout back, so I had to take some time to use it for a training opportunity with Charm.
This appliance, built for use with
distal limb injuries, enabled me to be mobile; at least when I wasn't restricted to elevating the leg!
Altho I really didn't feel well enough to work with the horses, or to get out there to see them for the past month, I couldn't pass up
this training opportunity to expose the filly to something new. My husband helped me and got her from the
pasture. She didn't look twice at the roll-a-bout; it didn't bother her at all.
This is the previous video, before I could go outside;
bored to tears in the house.