I'm finally ready to start telling my story…symptoms, diagnosis and surgery for iliac endofibrosis.
31.10.2014 um 10:42
Life's not so different at the moment: hours exploring the countryside combined with coffee and cake. The only difference is we've swapped our bikes for hikes. The No Car Cafe is a little hidden gem and the perfect stop for hikers and bikers out in the Peak District
The No Car Cafe in the Peak District National Parkfor walkers, cyclists and riders
Hidden high in the hills of the Peak District National Park Dark Peak, the No Car Cafe welcomes walkers, horse-riders and cyclists
30.10.2014 um 18:32
Three weeks post-op and the real walking begins - all with a heart rate less than 100bpm. Enjoying long walks in the countryside, with compulsory cafe and pub stops #peakdistrict #iliacendofibrosis #rehabilitation
28.10.2014 um 16:09
Sally Bigham updated her cover photo.
21.10.2014 um 20:06
It was 12 days ago when I had my arteries - damaged by cycling - repaired via a 4.5inch incision in my abdomen and another 2.5 inch one in my groin. This morning I walked for an hour and put my own socks on :) #rehabilitation Iliac endofibrosis is a little heard of but common condition affecting amateur and pro cyclists. Please help raise awareness of this condition by sharing this post! #iliacendofibrosis
Endofibrosis and Kinking of the Iliac Arteries in Athletes: A Systematic Review - European...
Kinking and endofibrosis of the iliac arteries are uncommon and poorly recognized conditions affecting young endurance athletes. Deformation or progressive stenosis of the iliac artery may reduce blood flow to the lower limb and adversely affect performance. The aim of this review was to examine the…
18.10.2014 um 15:51
The mind fog after a long anaesthesia is starting to clear and I'm no longer reading the same page of a book several times ;) Any recommendations for a good read?
15.10.2014 um 10:12
Over the last couple of years I've had a gradually deteriorating problem with my left leg. The blood flow through the artery has been limited causing a loss of power at high intensity. The diagnosis is iliac endofibrosis. On Monday I had surgery in London to repair the artery. My recovery is going to be very slow and gradual, but once I'm back I'm going to be stronger and faster! This has been my view for the last 5 days. Hopefully I can leave hospital tomorrow :)
11.10.2014 um 14:38
Back in England and it's sunny! Is there anyone near Oxted/Edenbridge going out for a road ride today?…be great if someone could show me some nice, quiet roads :)
23.09.2014 um 10:17