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|2 years 33 weeks ago||check out my past couple||
check out my past couple posts, specifically my last one which focuses on surgical options.
If you're someone who wants to continue to ski/ play cutting sports / etc , surgery is a excellent option. However, if you're ok with walking or jogging for exercise, you may be able to get away with going non surgical.
From the sounds of things, you're one of the people for whom a cadaver graft may be an option at least worth looking into
|2 years 33 weeks ago||Peterson actually had to||
Peterson actually had to suspend Young for an entire year while he was at BSU so yeah...he's always been a tool
|2 years 35 weeks ago||pretty much everything by Big||
pretty much everything by Big Sky is delicious
|2 years 35 weeks ago||homebrewed IPA highlighted by||
homebrewed IPA highlighted by a Centennial Dry Hop. Beat Indiana.
|2 years 39 weeks ago||What would you say to Under||
What would you say to Under Armour?
A buddy of mine works for them and says they'll be making a big-time push for the next contract
|2 years 40 weeks ago||small sample size applies||
small sample size applies (both to this yr and last yr) but he was a 39% from three last year...
|2 years 40 weeks ago||Kearney, while no||
Kearney, while no sharpshooter, was a valuable defender and one of more reliable 3 pt shooters on a team already lacking in perimeter effectiveness. This means they will continue to rely on an inconsistent Byrd for outside shooting to take pressure off Harris and Appling.
|2 years 42 weeks ago||The potentially concerning||
The potentially concerning thing about this injury is that with it being a repeat occurrence the likelihood of him doing this again goes up.
|2 years 42 weeks ago||Subluxed knee would be||
Subluxed knee would be accurate as it popped back in on it's own. Dislocated is what most MDs and PTs woul call it, though.
|2 years 42 weeks ago||It is. My bad on that||
It is. My bad on that
|2 years 43 weeks ago||although this may seem true||
the most recent literature has shown a high corelation of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) with the number of hits, not the severity. As such the highest proportion of football players with CTE are lineman, and receivers (despite their concussions seemingly the most puplicized) are actually last in proportion.
|2 years 46 weeks ago||Likely a tri-malleolar||
Likely a tri-malleolar fracture. Been a rough year for Fitz. Here's to a quick recovery
|2 years 46 weeks ago||thanks and Viva Barca||
thanks and Viva Barca
|2 years 46 weeks ago||not always, but usually||
Traditional ankle sprains (inversion sprains) in which the bottom of the foot collapses inward and the ligaments on the outside of the foot are sprained are classified into 3 levels of severity. A grade III inversion sprain may require up to 8 weeks (and occasionally even more) to recover as the ligaments have been completely torn.
A high ankle sprain at a bare minimum takes 4 weeks to recover, and usually 6-8 as a reasonably quick time table with proper diagnosis and treatment with lingering symptoms lasting as long as 6 months. Furthermore, inversion (and eversion) sprains can occur at the same time as high ankle sprains, which could further complicate recovery.
|2 years 47 weeks ago||Bucknell is always a strong||
Bucknell is always a strong mid-major team. An impressive win for them on the road, but I don't think the sky is falling in Lafeyette based on a loss like this
|2 years 47 weeks ago||FCU would be huge too in the||
FCU would be huge too in the follow through of the throwing motion, and it's innervation would likely be affected.
In regards to what I posted, I was trying to not get into the nitty gritty details. All the hand muscles are essential to grip, but without the intrinsic hand muscles (dorsal and palmar interossei and lumbricals) your hand cannot have the base needed to grip
|2 years 47 weeks ago||Thanks for some early input.||
Thanks for some early input. I started this on a whim at lunch yesterday, so it should get more polished as I research some ways to incorporate your suggestions. I appreciate them, and welcome more comments/criticism regarding what I can do to improve my posts.
Also, in regard to Denard wearing a sleeve, my guess is he was symptom-free entering the Nebraska game, and he probably didn't like the way a sleeve constricted his ability to bend his elbow to end-range
|4 years 17 weeks ago||I know you reference this||
I know you reference this years' recruiting class, but I think the larger topic you may be getting at in whether this Hoke-A-Mania is going too far. Personally, coming off the season's we are I think this class is very impressive, and as noted will likely only get better as the remainder of our targets will likely be 4/5 star types.
Furthermore, you have to think that this quick start should allow the staff to increasingly focus on the class of 2013, which we can all agree has a great start in Morris.
|4 years 17 weeks ago||alright.||