The time that had strengthened the child's slight frame and knit his weak limbs
into the strength of manhood had bowed his mother's form, and enfeebled her steps; but the arm that should have supported her was no longer locked in hers; the face that should have cheered her, no more looked upon her own.
Neurological examination revealed weak limb
muscles with Medical Research Council score of 4/5.
He was discharged from the hospital completely recovered, demonstrated by his ability to stand on his weak limb
alone, without any support," Dr Premsagar said.
The callus layer continues to thicken, strengthening the barrier between the weak limb
and the trunk.
When comparing changes in weak and strong limb strength, spinal manipulation increased weak limb
strength during hip abduction compared to the placebo (mock spinal manipulation) (p = 0.
Recent case studies, including progress made by his former patient, the late Christopher Reeve, and "exciting" results of "constraint-induced, forced-use" studies--in which an injured limb is constrained, thereby forcing the weak limb
to work--in stroke and spinal cord injury patients have sparked new interest in active rehabilitation approaches, he noted.
This gives any remaining, weak limbs
their final opportunity to break and fall, or any existing widowmakers time to further settle or fall to the ground.
For more drastic pruning wait until the leaves fall in autumn and cut off about a quarter of older and weak limbs
from the base to encourage young growth.
Yet the pathos of this sculpture--with its weak limbs
and basic nutritional values--does not suggest the same scorn for today's distracted polis.
Similarly, modern plastics have allowed the invention of a host of leg braces that can support weak limbs
or bones that won't heal.
You still feel a cold sweat and weak limbs
when, at 15.
Older cottonwoods have minimal trimming requirements due to their weak limbs
that snap in abnormal winds, so trimming took only minutes to ensure my bow didn't bump anything during the shot.