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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 06-26-2013, 09:50 PM Thread Starter
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Dislocated Arm

I was snowboarding last season , Some little f*** cut me off and i took a spill and landed awkwardly on my arm. It popped out, and popped immediately back in place. It seems fine, isnt very painful. But still, if i bend it a certain way its painful. Something else wrong? Just personal inputs, i dont expect any doctor like answers. happened like 5 months ago fyi
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Well you should probably learn to ride so you don't fall when little fucks get in your way. Then you should learn how to fall.

But I'm assuming by going in and out you're referring to your shoulder which if that's the case you just sublexed it and it will heal on its own.


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you know what they all say - you can't spell sublexed without sex lube.
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Take it easy and let it heal right. Might wanna go get it checked out to make sure you didn't damage your rotator cuff. Rotator cuff injuries linger like a motherfucker. Just as soon as you think you're good to go again, you'll do something to tweak it again and be back to square one.
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I recommend going on an online medical forum and asking which snowboard you should buy.
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Great advice guys.

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Did something similar last season. 2 days later I had a big stack and it went back to its proper place but didn't get full range of movement in it. Was advised to go swimming, fixed it in a few months to full range of movement. Could help...
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BurtonAvenger. Your pro right? I've been riding for 7 years and don't need your cocky b.s. Its called a blindsight and being respectable by taking the nastier hit so i didn't clobber a 5 year old....So please....explain how you fall when your doing about 30 mph and get blind sighted?
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Thanks for the useful advice to who answered in not a "douchey" manner.
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I had the same thing happen to me about 15 years ago falling off a handrail skateboarding. It still bothers me to this day. Whenever I throw a ball it feels like I have gravel in my shoulder.
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