(Original post by Pimped Butterfly)
Poor revenge, you spent more time on yours than me on mine. It was not even a good bait like mine, it's a subject I clearly like talking about.
Jesus is that it? You overthink TSR way too much. Hadn't even occurred to me, and had it been my intention I clearly could have dragged it out for longer, and I haven't even thought about that since it occurred ffs. Sad victory if it plays on your mind that much.
(Original post by Depleted)
Yeah it's amazing really, ACL injury basically ended my professional career.
But yeah unlucky, happens to a lot of people. Seems to be luck of the draw on the recovery front. I know people who have had some pretty horrendous injuries, not only knee, and recover and others pretty minor stuff that ends them playing.
(Original post by The Shed End)
I've done my ACL, waiting for an op date. NHS said from start to finish they aim to have an op done in 18 weeks (4 1/2 months), been over 5 months still heard nothing.
I remember didn't you say you'd re-done it? The Yank have such good treatment if you have good cover, have family members who have had knee injuries and you're talking ER on Thursday, Consult on Mon and Surgery on Wed. Had an MRI earlier in the year and went private for that to cut the wait time. Was pretty sickening, 3 months for NHS or next week for private, in the same scanner.
I'm kinda intrigued to see this video though I know it'll be cringe.
Ah no it was basically just a recovery video, no footage of the injury. Was a lacrosse injury, I think it was just him trying to stay positive by documenting his recovery. The list was just pretty bad though, had a meniscal tear too, so basically wrecked everything that holds the joint together.
There was a Leicester play last year, James iirc, who did his ACl and managed to get back to playing without even having any surgery. Jay Rodriguez's situation would be a sh*** scenario though
Yeah depends on the grade of tear and such. Have a read up on Kobe's knees if you want a case study on early onset arthritis.