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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 01-22-2013, 01:27 PM
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Disc protrusions can heal. That's what they do. They can't heal and resorb if you have crap posture though

What I mean is the bone in place where it can heal properly
I'd wait longer than 3 weeks
You're going to want to rehab the deep muscles before riding or you're gonna hurt something else
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Originally Posted by backstop13 View Post
My wife broke a her leg last year where the tibia meets the kneecap catching an edge. She refused the ride of shame with ski patrol, strapped her board back on, and rode it out to the bottom of the hill, then was out the rest of the year. She's super-cautious now.
Holy shit, I would not want to mess with her!
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