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Do you have full range of motion?
Does it hurt if you stretch your hamstring?
Does it click?
Is it tender back there?
“Route 1, where everybody meets.” ~Nick Faust #5
If his leg is that bad, we'll have to put him down.
Seft and Jakob knew this day might come.
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
I had surgery on my meniscus 4+ years ago...for some reason they didn't refer me to PT right after the surgery and I didn't get it until I went back a couple of months later (knee was still bothering me). To this day, I don't have full ROM in that knee...mainly that I can't 100% straighten my leg.
Does that indicate additional meniscus issues, 'scar tissue', arthritis, etc...?
Its Jeff, not RedandWhite
"Maryland football: Where everybody gets hurt and the starting left tackle has an existential crisis."
the survey said, you dead
WTF, that is borderline malpractice.
As for what causes you pain, I would ask your doctor. Certainly not the one who did the surgery and didn't refer you to PT.
"it's ok, it's just my toe..."
Funny clips from Canadian Bacon.
Dang, I made it to 55 before bball did in my achilles, consider myself fortunate
I'm sorry but I am forced to call shenanigans here. I'm afraid I'm going to need a witness account, or video proof, that the guy in your pic is actually throwing down in pick up games before I can give you the medial advice you are requesting. Until then I'll go with cancer of the cancer too.
I think they should amputate and give Jeff one of those bionic legs so he can dunk. He'll be the #1 pick in the YMCA over 30 league draft. Think of the upside here. I mean what was the "book" on Ermann from past Suque games? Short white guy who can shoot it a little but can't jump worth spit? His stock would sky. That ought to be worth a leg to him?
Fresh joke alert!
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I did throw down some sick dunks on the neighborhood nine-foot hoop way back when. Tragically, that's the closest I'll ever get.
Getting an MRI tomorrow. Initially diagnosed IT Band syndrome, but now I have persistent swelling in my right knee. Doctor thinks its a meniscus. Additionally, when the doctor looked at my X-Ray this morning, he asked me if I suffered a major knee injury in the past because I had tons of bone spurs in my patella region. Im probably never going to regain my quickness.
Jeffery at least you didn't tear your patella. Old man did that playing basketball 6 years ago and that was the end of his hoops career. Crutches for like 6 months. It sounds like you have an acute case of syphillis but I'm not a doctor
Sounds like a number of posters are having similar symptons; probably sympathy pains. Are you having morning sickness? Because I'm going with a pregnancy diagnosis.
Oh, BTW Congrats
while i respect everyone elses medical expertise this is an obvious case of sandy vagina syndrome. Where sand actually gets in the vagina causing the patient to whine about an aching joint
Pic Sigs are for losers.
I deserve that.
If you can get the gue they gave to Flubber you may improve your hops
Pretty sure I had the exact problem you describe after running the Bmore marathon this past fall. It eventually went away on its own, but it was painful and felt like the back of my leg was tight and I couldn't really get a full range of motion.
The radiologist tech couldn't find where my kneecap started and ended...lol I'm In deep shit.
I was playing ball last year and my glutes and hammy were real sore. Figured it was muscular, tried stretching it out, only got worse in the coming weeks/months. Had a ruptured disc and needed back surgery.
Yeah, I have a neck sprain that has been acting weird (moving from right to left side and then different parts of the neck) that I'm starting to get paranoid is a herniated disc (even though there's no pain down the arm).
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