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1/11/2010 3:11 PM

i just found out that i have 95% chance i tore my acl, and i was wondering if anyone else one here has, and how long it took to get back on a bike

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1/11/2010 3:30 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/11/2010 3:30 PM

my friend has had one since like the beginning of the school year and hes still on a brace

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1/11/2010 3:35 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/11/2010 3:36 PM

carjakester wrote:

my friend has had one since like the beginning of the school year and hes still on a brace

this, i tore my mcl years ago and still have knee trouble to this day and acl tears are supposed to be worse. its going to be a longgggggggggg time before you get back to 100% and thats IF you get back to 100%. all depends on how you heal. my Gunner Ssgt tore his about 9 months ago and just started being able to run on it in November and is still in a brace. man i hate to hear that dude that sucks.

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1/11/2010 3:37 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/11/2010 3:38 PM

my sister tore hers during soccer and she cant play soccer for about 2 1/2 years and needs to be in her brace for 1 year

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1/11/2010 9:24 PM

I tore mine took about 3 months till I could ride again, and even longer to get back to 100%.

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1/11/2010 10:18 PM

did it my sophmore year of highschool, couldnt play soccer for about a year, year after i had to wear a brace on it

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1/11/2010 10:20 PM

my friend tore his and wore a brace for a month then could do football and lift weights fine WITH THE BRACE STILL ON

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1/11/2010 10:35 PM

6-9 months depending how bad it is. if its really bad could be a year

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1/11/2010 11:29 PM

I tore my mpfl (medial patellofemoral ligament, keeps your kneecap from moving side to side) in august 2007 and then broke my kneecap in half in april 2008 and I'm still not 100%. I can ride most of the time without my brace now, but ill never be able to ride hardcore street again, and have to ride with my brace every once in a while.

Knee injuries take forever to heal completly, and most people will reinjure their knee again at some point in life if they remain active.

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1/12/2010 9:56 AM
Edited Date/Time: 4/15/2016 12:15 AM

The most painful injury I have ever had was when I tore my Gastrocnemius (The larger of the two muscles which attaches above the knee joint and inserts into the heel bone via the achilles tendon). This is what I tore:

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I tore it during a soccer game in high school and was out the entire season. I was able to walk without a brace after 3 months, but was not able to fully use my leg for closer to 6 months. It's really all about how you take to therapy. Everyone is pretty different. I have very strong leg muscles so I was able to heal pretty quickly, but it was very painful for the first few weeks of therapy. I know it's not the ACL, but it is a common injury like the ACL tear. Get therapy, exercise when you feel a little strong too.

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1/12/2010 10:02 AM

BootyBoots wrote:

The most painful injury I have ever had was when I tore my Gastrocnemius (The larger of the two muscles which attaches above the knee joint and inserts into the heel bone via the achilles tendon). This is what I tore:

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I tore it during a soccer game in high school and was out the entire season. I was able to walk without a brace after 3 months, but was not able to fully use my leg for closer to 6 months. It's really all about how you take to therapy. Everyone is pretty different. I have very strong leg muscles so I was able to heal pretty quickly, but it was very painful for the first few weeks of therapy. I know it's not the ACL, but it is a common injury like the ACL tear. Get therapy, exercise when you feel a little strong too.

you couldve just said you tore your calf muscle?

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1/12/2010 11:41 AM

gonna be in a wheelchair if you get surgery

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1/12/2010 3:41 PM

brentrides wrote:

you couldve just said you tore your calf muscle?

Yeah, I could have. But when you concentrate on sports related injuries for 7 years you tend to remain technical about it. I have to deal with it on a day to day basis, so it kind of sticks in there as such.

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1/12/2010 3:44 PM

Lots of therapy.

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1/12/2010 3:44 PM

BootyBoots wrote:

The most painful injury I have ever had was when I tore my Gastrocnemius (The larger of the two muscles which attaches above the knee joint and inserts into the heel bone via the achilles tendon). This is what I tore:

[LINK TO IMAGE]

I tore it during a soccer game in high school and was out the entire season. I was able to walk without a brace after 3 months, but was not able to fully use my leg for closer to 6 months. It's really all about how you take to therapy. Everyone is pretty different. I have very strong leg muscles so I was able to heal pretty quickly, but it was very painful for the first few weeks of therapy. I know it's not the ACL, but it is a common injury like the ACL tear. Get therapy, exercise when you feel a little strong too.

brentrides wrote:

you couldve just said you tore your calf muscle?

BootyBoots wrote:

Yeah, I could have. But when you concentrate on sports related injuries for 7 years you tend to remain technical about it. I have to deal with it on a day to day basis, so it kind of sticks in there as such.

oh, that makes sense
how old are you by the way?

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1/12/2010 3:45 PM

brentrides wrote:

you couldve just said you tore your calf muscle?

BootyBoots wrote:

Yeah, I could have. But when you concentrate on sports related injuries for 7 years you tend to remain technical about it. I have to deal with it on a day to day basis, so it kind of sticks in there as such.

brentrides wrote:

oh, that makes sense
how old are you by the way?

I am 26 years old.

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1/12/2010 3:48 PM

BootyBoots wrote:

Yeah, I could have. But when you concentrate on sports related injuries for 7 years you tend to remain technical about it. I have to deal with it on a day to day basis, so it kind of sticks in there as such.

brentrides wrote:

oh, that makes sense
how old are you by the way?

BootyBoots wrote:

I am 26 years old.

so that happened at least 8 years ago or more and it still bothers you?
that blows

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1/12/2010 3:53 PM

brentrides wrote:

so that happened at least 8 years ago or more and it still bothers you?
that blows

Oh no, what I was saying is that I deal with sports related injuries on a day to day basis. So I am used to approaching everything in a technical way as part of my job. I am a Kinesiotherapist (Kinesiotherapists are qualified to implement exercise programs designed to reverse or minimize debilitation and enhance the functional capacity of medically stable patients in a wellness, sub-acute, or extended care setting). But I do have some muscle pains sometime.

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1/12/2010 3:59 PM

BootyBoots wrote:

I am 26 years old.

brentrides wrote:

so that happened at least 8 years ago or more and it still bothers you?
that blows

BootyBoots wrote:

Oh no, what I was saying is that I deal with sports related injuries on a day to day basis. So I am used to approaching everything in a technical way as part of my job. I am a Kinesiotherapist (Kinesiotherapists are qualified to implement exercise programs designed to reverse or minimize debilitation and enhance the functional capacity of medically stable patients in a wellness, sub-acute, or extended care setting). But I do have some muscle pains sometime.

oh, and thanks for definition of kinesiotherapists
i wouldve only know what the "kine" ment haha

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