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  • Practical to start skateboarding again?


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    So 2 days ago my knee decided that as i sat down it was going to dislocate and I am now in a brace for the next month, until i get Physiotherapy.

     

    Would it be practical to resume skateboarding after i have gone through therapy as im fairly sure that now its dislocated once, it will no doubt do it again much easier. :/

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    I've dislocated my shoulder once and got unlucky that it broke some bone with it.

    Making it extremly fragile so it dislocated alot.

    So I got surgery (second time now) and they fixed it now, although i'm still in the progress for full recovery.

     

    With that said, best thing you can do is get it checked out. Ask advice from a specialist if you're gana suffer from it for the rest of your life 

    and look at the options you have  ;)

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    I've dislocated my shoulder once and got unlucky that it broke some bone with it.

    Making it extremly fragile so it dislocated alot.

    So I got surgery (second time now) and they fixed it now, although i'm still in the progress for full recovery.

     

    With that said, best thing you can do is get it checked out. Ask advice from a specialist if you're gana suffer from it for the rest of your life 

    and look at the options you have  ;)

     

    Ive been to the hospital and i have been luck enough for it not to have broken or damaged any bone around it, im just worried about it dislocating it again as it was some amount of pain when it happened and through the process of having it put back into place even with the Gas&Air, something i dont want to go through again. :/

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    I'd recommend asking a specialist for those kind of qeustions

     

    Yeah, just wanting to see some people's opinions on here, im going to ask them when i go for Physiotherapy

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