Anyone know what type of specialist BG saw when he hurt himself?
01/14/2011 - 01:29 AM PST
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Any decent orthopedist could wire it shut. The chance of you seeing his specialist is slim and you would have to mortgage on your testicles. (in this economy you might default on your house mortgage). Unless you're a world class athlete you don't need that level of expertise.
01/14/2011 - 01:33 AM PST
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go see a doctor buddy. get some XRAYS
on a side note, a buddy of mine tore his ACL when i lived in san antonio. he ended up being referred to the spurs team doctor. he was up and going in no time.
01/14/2011 - 02:08 AM PST
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If you live in LA It's real doubtful you'll see one of the pro sports doctors. They're too busy treating rich people. I know this first hand. Send me a mssg, I'll try to give you an idea.
01/14/2011 - 02:19 AM PST
you can really see anyone. The knee is such a routine area of surgery that anyone will be able to do the surgery right. What really matters is the physical therapy you do afterwards. I work at a physical therapy office and see patients coming off of tons of different knee surgeries. Youll be fine, just dont wait on physical therapy.
01/14/2011 - 02:36 AM PST
Sorry to hear that- definitely get it X-rayed and checked out. Hopefully it's not as bad as you thought.
01/15/2011 - 07:36 PM PST
Thanks for all the replies guys, I went to see an ER doctor and he told me my knee was structurally sound (thankfully), just abnormal swelling RIGHT below the kneecap. He said to keep off my feet for a week or two. Small price to pay for how hard I fell of my longboard.
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