LaLiga Santander* Data updated as of January 5, 2020 Already at the entrance, striking was the ownership of Óscar Melendo, which certainly came from overcoming ankle discomfort but, in addition, was not of the game in LaLiga since September 15. Three and half months. Another striking recovery in the initial team was that of Javi López, the captain, who had only participated in one of the previous 11 days, there is nothing, and whose performance against the Catalans was simply spectacular.The third big news was David Lopez, not for its ownership but for its return to the midfielder. And it could not be better for Abelardo, because he scored. The stopped ball, not in vain, is another of the new coach’s hallmarks, as it was for Pablo Machín, although in the case of the Soriano that effect (and many others) dissipated after the first matches.Already during the match, players such as Ander Iturraspe or Matías Vargas, author of assistance to Wu Lei. And it was seen, even in the absence of a goal, the best version of Jonathan Calleri, which was already indisputable with Abelardo in the Alavés.But perhaps the most radical metamorphosis was experienced Marc Roca, who from a rude error in Butarque happened in the derby to be displayed. A lot of guilt was sure, in his case and in the rest, a sensible approach, with four defenses, with lines together, with order and pragmatism. The essences If they recover, Espanyol will. Against Barcelona they already glimpsed, and in what way, some of those improvements that the new coach is looking for, and that in fact he needs to settle urgently if he wants to have any option of achieving permanence. So what I only had seven workouts (one per day, plus the double session on Monday) to prepare a very difficult meeting. It crowded the “Yes you can!”From the Cornellà stand on Saturday night, while Espanyol players and fans exchanged applause after the most valuable tie in the derby. A scene totally opposite to that of the previous game, against Leganés, where a few players approached to apologize to the few fans displaced to Butarque.The parakeet set was reborn in Abelardo’s debut Fernández, whose success will be proportional to his ability to recover the best version of many of his players and even the essences of a dying club for almost the entire first round.
[asset|aid=3068|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=e87033c3a92187bcfcebce253f11e543-Tompkins 4_1_Pub.mp3] Although they both say they now have new hope for the treatment of the disease but mostly hope the Canadian government will follow suit and allow the procedure to be done in this country so that MS patients don’t have to travel so far away to have it done.The Province of Alberta announced Thursday that it would look at the idea of paying for the experimental treatment. Click here to read more from the CBC. He was 26 years old when he was diagnosed with chronic progressive MS, but that he says he had probably had symptoms for at least five years before that.He first learned about the CCSVI procedure on an episode of W5 last fall and after doing research into the treatment and where it could be done, there was no turning back.One of the biggest pushes for him was seeing someone who had gone through the same procedure a month before. He says before the procedure the man could only walk slowly up and down stairs while holding on to the railing, but after a month, he was able to run up and down them without holding on to anything.Ferguson says she wants to thank everyone who had donated money since it allowed them to concentrate on improving instead of worrying about the costs.After all the research he had done about the procedure and the Mexican surgeon, Dr. Elena Solas, he says he wouldn’t have chosen differently.Advertisement Photo: Rocky Tompkins rolls his fingers for the first time in over a decade, something he can now do because of surgery he underwent in Mexico./Kimberley MolinaIt’s been just over two weeks since Rocky Tompkins returned from undergoing surgery in Mexico, but he says the improvements he has experienced have been remarkable.- Advertisement -Tompkins travelled to Mexico to undergo what has been termed the “Liberation Treatment” to treat chronic cerebro-spinal venous insufficiency something found is many people who have multiple sclerosis.MS is an autoimmune disease where the body attacks myelin sheaths in the brain causing debilitation over time.He says he is now able to straighten his fingers on both hands, something he has not been able to do in ten years.Since his return July 14, he has had gradual improvements and has noticed differences in areas in which he had not even realized he had been missing, including in his taste.Advertisement He says that he would recommend the procedure to everyone who has MS and may have been considering the treatment.[asset|aid=3066|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=e87033c3a92187bcfcebce253f11e543-Tompkins 2_1_Pub.mp3] Hearing about the procedure gave him hope, something both he and his mother, Janet Ferguson, say he had been missing for a long time.[asset|aid=3067|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=e87033c3a92187bcfcebce253f11e543-Tompkins 3_1_Pub.mp3] Ferguson says the doctors told him that they had never encountered an MS patient that didn’t have the narrowing veins.Advertisement [asset|aid=3065|format=mp3player|formatter=asset_bonus|title=e87033c3a92187bcfcebce253f11e543-Tompkins 1_1_Pub.mp3] However, one of the biggest changes he says he has felt since having the procedure done is an overall lack of crippling fatigue.He says his body no longer shuts down at various times during the day which means he is also able to get a full night’s sleep instead of simply sleeping at different times during the day.Furthermore he says he is able to better tolerate heat, has better balance and has had almost no headaches, which he used to get fairly frequently.Advertisement