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Old 12-06-2012, 10:59 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Damn, that sucks dude. I agree with others though, I would wait it out at this point. Believe me, I here you on wanting to ride out here on the East Coast, but conditions are shit right now anyway so why risk your season to ride shit early on when you have Park City to look forward to? Besides, looking at the forecast, it looks like Snowshoe will be in the 50's this weekend and will be getting pissed on with rain. I was thinking about driving up there as well....until I saw this weekend's weather outlook
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Old 12-06-2012, 02:02 PM   #12 (permalink)
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What kind of doctor said you have patella femoral pain syndrome
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Please let me introduce you my brand new ebook: “Patellofemoral syndrome - A better understanding... for a better healing!”

The purpose of this ebook is to inform and assist people suffering from patellofemoral syndrome, as well as those around them. It provides them with information that is complete, clear, precise and instructive, and with illustrations to enhance understanding of this condition: from the origins of the pathology to its treatment, through the anatomy of the knee, medical examinations, diagnoses, lifestyle, the psychological aspect, prevention and other tips and hints.

The main objective of this ebook is clear: to provide the keys that will enable everyone to take charge of their medical problem, with the help of different health practitioners, and guide you on the road to recovery, eliminate your knee pain, and above all, avoid making the same mistakes I made!

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