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I meant to spell labrum...

On Mon, 14 Mar 2005 15:35:20 -0500, Scott Danis <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>It's not a knee injury.  It happened last summer.  Torn labram(shoulder).
>
>On Mon, 14 Mar 2005 15:10:56 -0500, Matthew Kulas <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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>>In spirit I agree with Bruno (except for the snowboarding propoganda).
>> ;)  However, getting the surgery ASAP is the wrong if we're talking
>>knees (and possibly other injuries).  Get the surgery once the knee is
>>healthy and strong again (save for what needs repairing).  Going under
>>the knife soon after an injury ends up lengthening the recovery time.
>>
>>Stick with 29 April.
>>
>>--Matt K.
>>
>>
>>On Mon, 14 Mar 2005 15:04:19 -0500, Bruno deBiasi <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>> Get it over with asap rather than try to plan the surgery for the
>>> optimum time for skiing and mtn biking. What's more important - a
>>> successful surgery, or a decent summer of mtn bike riding? Put the
>>> priority on the surgery, not the activities affected by it. Plus, by
>>> doing it sooner, that person will be more prepared for next ski season
>>> and may even catch the fall mtn bike season which will lead to being in
>>> better shape for skiing.
>>>
>>> Also, if we are talking knees, that person ought to consider
>>> snowboarding which some say results in fewer knee surgeries. ;-)
>>>
>>> - Bruno
>>>
>>>
>>> Scott Danis wrote:
>>>
>>> > Let's say I knew someone who lives to ski and MTB on about the same level.
>>> > Let's say that person needs a surgical repair that will require 12 to 16
>>> > weeks of recovery with minimal activity starting after 8 to 10 weeks.
>Would
>>> > you:
>>> > A) Stay with the April 29th date scheduled and not seriously ride until
>July
>>> > or
>>> > B) Postpone until let's say, October (fall back time) when it is dark and
>>> > there's nothing to do without a headlamp and wait to seriously ski
>until mid
>>> > to late January.
>>> >
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