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    New Osim Massage Chair now comes with auto-ankle-alignment system

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    Man... lmao... so creative.. So lcw going to have so many of those again. kekeke...

    He can put 2 legs easily this time. lol.

    Looks so comfy. Why the pillow? hmmm...

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    i thought that's a MRI machine??

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    No. who said it's MRI machine? It's ankle massager. lmao... New limited edition from OSIM.

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    Badminton: Lee admits injury a blow to Olympics bid
    Posted: 24 May 2012 1541 hrs

    WUHAN, China: Badminton world number one Lee Chong Wei has admitted his injury at the Thomas Cup in China this week is a blow to his Olympics title bid, where the Malaysian has a last shot at an elusive gold.

    "Injury like this can affect mental preparation," a tearful Lee said before flying back to Malaysia Wednesday to have a second MRI scan and treatment on his torn ankle tendon.

    "It is still painful... One has to be strong. I know I will be okay. I have to be stronger mentally to do well in the Olympics."

    The 29-year-old star shuttler landed awkwardly after going two points ahead in his group match against Denmark's Peter Gade.

    Doctors rushed onto court but the player was crying and in visible pain as he was taken away for scans and treatment at a nearby hospital. He is expected to be out for up to a month.

    The world team championships in Wuhan had been the last chance for Lee to go head-to-head with his arch-rival Lin Dan before the Olympics.

    "Our biggest enemy is not each other but injury," said China's world number two Lin, who took gold ahead of the Malaysian at the Beijing Olympics four years ago. At Athens in 2004 Lee was knocked out in the second round.

    "We are not so young any more and in the future injuries will happen more and more. We don't have so much time left," said the 28-year-old Lin, the game's most decorated player.

    "It is such a pity he is injured. He's my best friend and I hope he will recover quickly in time for the Games."

    It is the latest blow for the Malaysian, whose preparations have already been hampered by a shoulder problem, a bout of influenza and a series of disappointing results this season.

    At the India Open in April, Lee was stunned in the final by the unseeded South Korean Shon Wan-Ho, who beat him in a three-game, 66-minute thriller.

    That defeat came a month after Lee was forced to retire against Lin from the All-England Championships final.

    Just ahead of the Thomas Cup, Lee was struck with flu and unable to join his teammates for early training, but had looked fit and focused in his first group match against South Africa.

    - AFP/wm
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    i hope lee go get traditional treatment too. but must be good one.

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    All tom, d.ick and harry will come to him. Believe me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loh View Post
    Badminton: Lee admits injury a blow to Olympics bid
    Posted: 24 May 2012 1541 hrs

    .........

    "It is such a pity he is injured. He's my best friend and I hope he will recover quickly in time for the Games."

    ............
    CHOKE!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    CHOKE!!
    Me too. I thought it should be "He's my worst foe".

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    The Star Online > Sports
    Friday May 25, 2012
    It’s possible to speed up Chong Wei’s recovery, says Ramlan
    By KNG ZHENG GUAN
    PETALING JAYA: A second round of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at the KL Sports Medical Centre (KLSMC) revealed that world No.1 Lee Chong Wei has indeed suffered nothing more than a partial torn ligament in his ankle.
    Chong Wei retired after just four minutes into his Thomas Cup Group C match against Denmark’s Peter-Gade Christensen on Tuesday and flew home the next day for further treatment.
    National Sports Institute (NSI) chief executive officer Datuk Dr Ramlan Aziz believes that it is possible to speed up Chong Wei’s recovery period but he cannot guarantee that the shuttler will be fit in time for the London Olympics in July.
    “Together with Dr Saw Khay Yong of the KLSMC, the NSI will try our very best to speed up the recovery process because he is our top priority and responsibility,” Dr Ramlan said after receiving the scan reports at the KLSMC yesterday.
    “But time is actually running out, with only 64 days to the Olympics. If we had four months to heal Chong Wei, then there will be no worries ... unfortunately we do not have four months.
    “We are confident that we can help Chong Wei recover as fast as possible but I can’t guarantee that he’ll be at his usual best when he takes to the court.
    “Furthermore, even after recovery, he would still need to go through rehabilitation before he can train again.”
    Meanwhile, Dr Ramlan explained that a stem cell method, supervised by Dr Saw, will be used to speed up the recovery process.
    “He will have three injections in the next two weeks to help heal the damaged tissue,” said Dr Ramlan.
    “What happens is that we will use his own cells to repair the damage in his ankle.
    “It is a safe method and there will be no side effects.
    “Furthermore, we are confident with Dr Saw’s treatment as he has previously treated Wong Mew Choo (former women’s national player). Hopefully, this is a way to shorten the period needed for recovery.”

    http://thestar.com.my/services/print...asp&sec=sports

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    TREATMENT: Chong Wei suffered minor ligament tear and will be treated with stem cells

    Lee Chong Wei looks on prior to his MRI scan at the Kuala Lumpur Sports Medical Centre yesterday. Bernama pic



    LEE Chong Wei's second scan yesterday revealed that the World No 1 suffered "only a minor ligament tear" in his right ankle but the player would need between four and six weeks to recover.

    It means that Chong Wei will probably not be at his best to fight for a medal in London as he will only have about two weeks to prepare for the Games. According to National Sports Institute chief executive officer Datuk Dr Ramlan Aziz, the shuttler will have only about two weeks to work on his game and fitness ahead of the Olympics.
    Chong Wei had a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan at the Kuala Lumpur Sports Medical Centre (KLSMC) yesterday where a medical team, led by Dr Ramlan and top orthopaedic surgeon Dr Nicholas Geary, confirmed that his injury was not as serious as first thought.


    "KLSMC specialist Dr Saw Khay Yong, together with NSI, will work hand-in-hand to get Chong Wei back on his feet as soon as possible. Chong Wei will definitely play at the London Olympics," said Dr Ramlan at KLSMC in Damansara yesterday.
    "But Chong Wei does not have much time as the event is just 64 days away. He needs treatment, which will take about two to three weeks and then rehabilitation, which does not include preparation time.
    "He will be at the Olympics but we cannot guarantee him playing top level badminton. It is entirely up to him."
    On the method of treatment, Dr Ramlan said he will be treated with stem cells.
    "He will be injected with stem cells three times, once every five days to repair the damaged ligament. It is a proven way but we fear his body may not agree to this treatment," he said.
    Dr Ramlan said Chong Wei must put on protective gear on his ankle once he starts playing again.
    "Those with ankle problems tend to suffer from 'proprioception', a condition where a shuttler will find it difficult to control his jumping and landing movements," Dr Ramlan added.

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    hope he will recover in time for the Olympics.

    ironically, he made a pact with Peter Gade and Taufik to stop Chen Jin from qualifying. now it is Peter Gade he was playing against when he got this injury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    CHOKE!!
    I thought I saw a pic of LD & wife visiting LCW in his room... in China?
    This is friendship ... isn't it?

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    That was likely just propaganda. We know that China is good at it.

    *However*, having said that, it's not unusual for top level athletes to have healthy respect and honor for each other. Afterall, they know that without each other's competition, they won't be pushed to their max limits of physical skill and mental strength. Adversaries they may be, but they need each other for their raison d'tre.
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    hope with this injury, it won't really affect much on his game on court...

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    Quote Originally Posted by george@chongwei View Post
    hope with this injury, it won't really affect much on his game on court...
    We should think positive, but honestly: Do you think such an injury really won't affect his game?
    Injurys like these, eventhough he probably can play Badminton again after 4 weeks regeneration, need some months(!) to recover. The foot is still far away from "stable" after 4 - 6 weeks. Call it "playable", but surely not full stable or recovered.

    The only reason why he would recover within 4 - 6 weeks fully is: He's unhuman

    Whatever. At least we can say it happened 2 months before the olympic, not 2 days before.

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    Yes, when smash LD, careful with his backhand defence. Need to net back or lift very high up. Hear this LCW???

    Good to give lindan easy shots in forehand. he tends to make mistakes. Shoulder level.

    Can compile all these and pass to lcw or anyone.
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