Then felt my chin and once again ended up feeling my teeth, this time not via my mouth but via the second newly created mouth just below by original one. Better get off to the hospital I thought…
Thank you so much for your efforts and to everyone involved in Banjo’s time of need, the service you guys provide out there in G-Land is absolutely invaluable, if I can get wifi in the hospital no doubt Banjo will be in contact.
After driving through a large foamy barrel at Macas on April 20th I was picked up and driven headfirst into the reef. Feeling my wound underwater with my fingers and surfacing in a blood-red frothy circle, I was collected by my crew in the dinghy and deposited on the back deck of “samudra biru”, my […]
There was the situation I always tried to avoid…hitting the reef face-first at a very remote place, 6 hours drive to the next hospital. My lip split, a cut on my nose and some minor scratches, but I was in luck though.
There are no words to describe my deep sense of love and gratefulness that I feel towards both of you. (Wendy and Phil) A godsend is quite simply an understatement.
Thanks for looking after my reef cuts when I was in Joyo’s camp this season Phil. You’ve got a fantastic attitude mate and Surfing Doctors is a staid idea – I wish you all the best with it.
On behalf of the Jeffreys Bay Boardriders Committee, I would like to extend our gratitude to you for your amazing input into the lives of our surfing community.
I saw Dr Phillip save that guys life. A great surfer, doctor and human being.
Preeti rocks! She saved Jedda’s hand and also saved him a couple of rands from being spent! Keep it up guys!
Hand is doing good so far i think, except it seems like some of those stitches is pulling thru as you said it would. But it still looks like the cut is together so i think it should be fine.
Hi Preeti, Nice meeting you today. Thanks for helping out the youngster. Can’t wait to see your website and let surfers know the great work you all do.