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post #71 of 75 (permalink) Old 11-23-2012, 10:10 AM
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Hmm, none in the park just mostly hard charging stuff.

Concussion after hitting a tree in tree run with a 1/2 inch scar on my cheek. Chicks dig scars right?

No shoulder dislocations but AC seperations/tears in both shoulders from tackling the snow.

Dislocated elbow when my board hit a pothole in ice. Had it reduced at the base of the mountain at the clinic but it took 4 tries.

Some kind of abdominal tear trying to duck under a rope at speed then caught an edge...still bothers me, maybe a hernia from that incident.

I dislocated my ankle and had a fx fibula from mountain biking last july, titanium plate and 8 screws in my leg now. Hopefully I'll be able to rehab my ankle riding this year.
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post #72 of 75 (permalink) Old 11-28-2012, 02:44 PM
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I like broke all the cartilage (not sure if it's the right word, I looked it up on google translate) in my knee when falling on ice :/ And that's like the only serious thing that happened to me while snowboarding
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Anyone have tennis elbow for snowboarding? the season is over in Oz and I got this tennis elbow and I am pretty sure I get it from leaning down strappinng the Flow M11 after every lifts. I have to turn over toe side to strap on the bindings and constantly putting my left hand down pressing the snow. Been to the physio a few times and they told me to do so exercises and to message the tendons as there are less blood flowing around there, which make it recover slowly. It as been almost 3 months now and I am still sore whenever I grab a hold hard on something hard that is big like a handshake.
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Fell during a landing on a jump last year. On the east coast so landed on that lovely snow/ice. Ended up injuring my hand/wrist, so I thought. Couldn't support any weight, couldn't even pick up my jacket with that hand. Got xrays that day that came back negative so was told its probably just a really bad bruise. That was a year ago and to this day, if I position my hand in a certain way and put pressure on it, it still causes a sharp pain. My thinking is maybe it was some type of hairline fracture that just never healed or something.
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post #75 of 75 (permalink) Old 11-29-2012, 06:16 PM
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1 concussion, broken wrist, twisted knee, sprained ankle, sprained wrist
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