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Old 01-02-2013, 11:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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so i was feelin good at icetail in MD
An decided after a couple of successful slow rails that id step it up a notch, go faster and add a 180...well i took a bad angle and on top of that i jumped 2 early...derp...i slowly see my boots hit the side of the rail
i go over the rail
then i instinctively roll and i land on my left shoulder....then ouch...

Started at 2 P.M.
Ate it at 6 P.M.

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Old 01-02-2013, 11:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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hurts like a bitch too doesn't it? .... i've done both of mine...
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Old 01-03-2013, 04:38 AM   #3 (permalink)
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so i was feelin good at icetail in MD
An decided after a couple of successful slow rails that id step it up a notch, go faster and add a 180...well i took a bad angle and on top of that i jumped 2 early...derp...i slowly see my boots hit the side of the rail
i go over the rail
then i instinctively roll and i land on my left shoulder....then ouch...

Started at 2 P.M.
Ate it at 6 P.M.

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hurts like a bitch too doesn't it? .... i've done both of mine...
Sheredlife, did you have surgery on either of them? My doc told me to forgo it. Not sure it was the best decision.
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I really didn't need to see that...
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:11 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Sucks dude, hoping for a quick recovery
I have done both my shoulders mutliple times
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naw no surgery for me. no health insurance either, but i don't think i would have even with it....

i did my right shoulder first and really badly - the tendon snapped completely and rolled up on top of my shoulder. most painful injury i've had yet and it took over a year to heal up completely....

.... at which time i did my left shoulder. not as bad this time but it still gives me trouble from time to time. i do still have some movement of bones in there (across my chest at the collar bone) but for the most part it doesn't hurt just moving around doing things. its worst if i sleep on it wrong, drive for too long, or try to use my upper chest for any "strength moves" - and sometimes when it starts hurting again it'll hurt for 3-4 days or something.
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word from the wise, DO your physical therapy. I had a shoulder injury from climbing and suffered for well over a year thinking it would heal. When I finally went to the doc I did 1 month of PT and was good as new.
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+1 to therapy... but who needs s shoulder to shred.. get your ass back out there.
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word from the wise, DO your physical therapy. I had a shoulder injury from climbing and suffered for well over a year thinking it would heal. When I finally went to the doc I did 1 month of PT and was good as new.
I should have learned this in the summer! sprained my ankle pretty good and it seems to be lingering into the winter Now i know for next time
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+1 to therapy... but who needs s shoulder to shred.. get your ass back out there.
Hurts like a sombitch on bad landings. Or even good landings if it's a significant drop.
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