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@BobinCH,
Bloody hell - quite a year for the medics!
Get well soon!!!
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Thanks! Finally getting a return on years of eye wateringly expensive Swiss medical insurance premiums!
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BobinCH wrote:
Double shocker...
There goes the biking season 🤬

Depends on which you want to sacrifice, biking or skiing.

You could wait to October/November to do the shoulder op. Youíll probably miss skiing the busy Christmas/New Year period. But would be ready for skiing when the snow is good. Skiing is less demanding on shoulder function than cycling, which is good. Just donít fall, or you undo the doctorís good work
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abc wrote:
Youíll probably miss skiing the busy Christmas/New Year period.


Heresy 😱😱😱
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Vibes Robin! I know you will be back stronger. Like Terminator I, II and III
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@irbis, thanks! Thatís the plan. Lots of 🏋️‍♀️🏋️‍♀️🏋️‍♀️ to do...
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Interesting article on continuing training around the injury....

In summary:†ę†So, if you are recovering from an injury and have the option of training around the trauma Ė do it! Training one limb helps build strength in both.ę†

https://www.google.ch/amp/mtntactical.com/research/arm-leg-injury-train-limb-build-strength/amp/

Putting it to the test 🤣
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@BobinCH,top effort given the shoulder issue. There's a video somewhere on facebook of Marcel Hirscher doing pistol squats with weights while his ankle was in plaster.
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@holidayloverxx, was trying to keep the weight of the shoulder but it was smarting... the missus reckons I should be able to do them one handed 🤣 The dilemma is how hard to push. Seeing a Physio next week which will hopefully help with striking the right balance. love to see the Hirscher pic if youíve got a link to it?
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@BobinCH, i might have misremembered...there is a photo of him doing pull ups in cast..or maybe it wasnt on FB.. i bet he could have done it though
Search facebook marcel hirscher and click his photos. It is towards the top of his timeline
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@BobinCH, Are you the living embodiment of Rule5?

Good luck with the rehab.
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Gordyjh wrote:
@BobinCH, Are you the living embodiment of Rule5?

Good luck with the rehab.


Rule5?
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You need to review the rules ...
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@BobinCH,

Brilliant to get out so soon after the chop.

I did the same as you when I broke my back and had a grade 3 shoulder separation - worked on it. I was slow to get back to climbing and should have pushed more. Not pushed stupid hard but hard enough.

Research says it helps with balance (which lies behind a lot of injuries), muscle bulk (protects joints a lot) and mental approach (a critical issue - ski over-defensively and ShĒt can happen).

But The Rules for my brood are different to The Rules.

Rule 1 is existing Rule 7. Not being stupid helps avoid a lot of grief and problems.

Rule 2 is avoid injury at all cost - push the envelope slowly and remain intact to ski tomorrow (last week ValaisGrom2 was tripped deliberately at school and thatís messed up anything which needs his right wrist, which is improving slowly - we are very fed up). Rule 1 is very connected to Rule 2 - always risk-assess in skiing as in climbing - every move.

Bob I am not saying you were stupid to get injured - Iím just trying to ensure my top Grom stays elite and yet uninjured. This tries to avoid the nonsense of an acquaintance who is a wreck and constantly has huge shunts and massive surgery and yet encourages his young son to push way too far, almost as a justification for his own excess. Itís bad to watch.

Enjoy being back in the meadows and I hope it all improves fast...
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In summary:†ę†So, if you are recovering from an injury and have the option of training around the trauma Ė do it! Training one limb helps build strength in both.ę†

My PT guy, whoís studying for his PhD, said thereís some study report that THINKING about exercise help reduce muscle wasting after surgery! Shocked

In the study he read, patients were ask to mentally ďvisualizeĒ a session of specific exercise of the limb that were operated on. Compared with thise who donít do the ďmental exerciseĒ, their muscle stay in better shape by the time they start the actual exercise in the gym.
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2 week check: doc happy, crutches and brace gone. Walking without limp and ROM stretching the order of the day.

Couldnít resist a little ride although canít get past 90 degrees so was a one legged effort!
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4 week check:

Despite getting a DVT on a flight, whoops, the wound has healed up nicely and the swelling has gone down enough to get approx 110 degrees of ROM



And after a couple of warm up rides on the trainer, finally out on the road bike. Got beasted by the girls on the hills but great to be out!
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....and this is the carrot to get it strong for next season https://www.flory-kern.de/movies
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@BobinCH,
Good job on your legs, hope your DVT clears up.
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@BobinCH, out of interest did you wear compression tights on the flight? Sounds like the healing is going well!
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@kitenski, yep had a DVT 10 years ago so have a full length compression sock - think Nora Batty 🤣 - that I wear on longer flights. Alas seems that the knee swelling complicated things. Now on blood thinners for 3 months... About to get on another flight so hope they work!!!
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Top work lad. Knee looks great.
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I was put on the thinners for life when I got a second DVT, must admit I have had a prescription for compression stockings and completely forgotten about them.
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T Bar wrote:
I was put on the thinners for life when I got a second DVT, must admit I have had a prescription for compression stockings and completely forgotten about them.


The pills iím on (Xarelto) apparently have no antidote so they tell you to be very careful to avoid injuries - particularly anything where you hit your head. Definitely donít want to be on these for long!
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@BobinCH, yes, many folks in the UK still decide to take warfarin instead, despite the pain in the butt of regular blood testing, just because there is a readily available antidote available.
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yes, take care when zipping up wink
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Frosty the Snowman wrote:
yes, take care when zipping up wink


Haha itís the mountain biking Iím worried about!

Apparently it only stays in your system for 24 hours so stopping the pills on Friday, start again on Sunday might work....?
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BobinCH wrote:
T Bar wrote:
I was put on the thinners for life when I got a second DVT, must admit I have had a prescription for compression stockings and completely forgotten about them.


The pills iím on (Xarelto) apparently have no antidote so they tell you to be very careful to avoid injuries - particularly anything where you hit your head. Definitely donít want to be on these for long!

Yeah the stuff I'm on is the same with no antidote but I'm not sure what the actual risk is long term in terms on injuries, I've vaguely tried to google studies and there doesn't seem to be much of an evidence basis for any recommendation.
The actual dose seems to be pretty low long term, I'm on a quarter of my initial dose and no one seems to suggest stopping activities if you're on stuff like aspirin or brufen.
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BobinCH wrote:
Frosty the Snowman wrote:
yes, take care when zipping up wink


Haha itís the mountain biking Iím worried about!

Apparently it only stays in your system for 24 hours so stopping the pills on Friday, start again on Sunday might work....?


My mum is on rivaroxoban (which when I googled to find out how to spell it, I see is the generic name) - when she's had to go in for day surgery, they just have her stop it on the day. When she was prescribed it, this was the big advantage they cited over warfarin, as it clears the system so quickly (she's 90 with a bit of arrhythmia, so slightly different situation ...)

I'm not a doctor etc etc.
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