Bianca King, na-misdiagnose

August 5, 2022

May matinding pagsubok na pinagdaanan ang aktres na si Bianca King nang sumailalim siya sa tinawag niyang “horrifying joint surgery” at kahit ngayong unti-unti na siyang nakakarecover, ramdam pa rin niya ang takot.

Sa kanyang social media account, ibinahagi ni Bianca ang isang inspiring story tungkol sa mga pinagdaanan niya noong kinailangan niyang magpaopera at doon nga ay nabanggit niya na na-misdiagnose siya nang magpa-check up dito sa Pilipinas pero feeling blessed siya nang makakilala ng mga doktor sa ibang bansa.

“This is me starting from zero and gaining back my strength & flexibility. In July 2021, I had shoulder surgery called biceps tenodesis to fix a dislocating shoulder that was causing daily pain. I was misdiagnosed in the Philippines with a rotator cuff tear,” saad ni Bianca sa kanyang caption.

At nang magtungo nga siya sa Sydney, natagpuan niya ang mga doktor na mag-aayos ng kanyang shoulder injury.

“Luckily I did another MRI in Sydney and the diagnosis was joint instability and a split in my biceps anchor with calcific tendonitis. Inflammation and pain caused by the loose shoulder. I had the best doctors in Sydney who once worked with the Australian rugby team. They fixed my shoulder! My right arm had muscle atrophy and had no strength to even lift a pot,” dagdag niya.

Kasunod nito, sumailalim din si Bianca sa six-month therapy.

“After 6 months of physiotherapy to mobilize the stiff shoulder, I was ready to start building muscle again. I started working with @rebelwithus in Feb 2021 and the results are astonishing. @_katdaroza ’s understanding of physiology and care for my injury made the difference. Our consistent workouts helped me to feel strong all over, with my shoulder 90% back to normal and my entire build looking more toned than ever. All in the comfort of my own home with minimal equipment!” kuwento ni Bianca.

Inamin din ni Bianca na pagkatapos ng surgery, talagang dumanas din siya ng matinding pain and depression.

“I was in so much pain after surgery and slept on a stack of 5 pillows for 3 months. I felt so weak and skinny. I was depressed being isolated at home during the peak of the pandemic, not being able to bathe myself properly or cook my own food, and mostly lying in bed feeling down and crying to my friends on the phone. I had to stop yoga for over a year,” saad niya.

Sa huli, sinabi ng aktres na unti-unti nang bumabalik ang kanyang normal na health condition.

“Now I feel ALMOST back to normal but extremely grateful for having gone through that horrifying experience of joint surgery. And the best part of it all was my bond with my husband became stronger as he stepped up to take care of me when I couldn’t take care of myself,” sabi ng aktres.


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