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Re: Rondo says to Max: I'll be back in 2 weeks"
« Reply #15 on: January 27, 2013, 10:16:07 PM »

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Re: Rondo says to Max: I'll be back in 2 weeks"
« Reply #16 on: January 27, 2013, 10:19:26 PM »

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Down the stretch, superstars on the Celtics are always "two weeks away," get it?

Re: Rondo says to Max: I'll be back in 2 weeks"
« Reply #17 on: January 27, 2013, 10:21:08 PM »

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Down the stretch, superstars on the Celtics are always "two weeks away," get it?

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Re: Rondo says to Max: I'll be back in 2 weeks"
« Reply #18 on: January 27, 2013, 10:25:20 PM »

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But another thing, I'm confused how he was walking so regular like nothing was wrong with him at the end of the game. Of all the torn ACL's I've seen the athlete is on crutches or limping..

I guess we'll have to wait and see..

I fully tore my acl and part of my meniscus almost 2 years ago, and I walked around on it for 3 months before I got surgery.

ouch.  was it painful getting around before you had surgery?  so how did your recovery go?

Re: Rondo says to Max: I'll be back in 2 weeks"
« Reply #19 on: January 27, 2013, 10:33:52 PM »

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Down the stretch, superstars on the Celtics are always "two weeks away," get it?

Lol, what? I don't get it.
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Re: Rondo says to Max: I'll be back in 2 weeks"
« Reply #20 on: January 27, 2013, 10:47:41 PM »

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Down the stretch, superstars on the Celtics are always "two weeks away," get it?

Lol, what? I don't get it.

Wasn't KG always right about to come back for the playoffs after the knee?  Pierce in Spring, 2007?

Re: Rondo says to Max: I'll be back in 2 weeks"
« Reply #21 on: January 31, 2013, 03:31:20 PM »

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But another thing, I'm confused how he was walking so regular like nothing was wrong with him at the end of the game. Of all the torn ACL's I've seen the athlete is on crutches or limping..

I guess we'll have to wait and see..

I fully tore my acl and part of my meniscus almost 2 years ago, and I walked around on it for 3 months before I got surgery.

ouch.  was it painful getting around before you had surgery?  so how did your recovery go?

It wasn't so much painful, as it was uncomfortable. Couldn't run far, or play ball outside of set shots. Walked with a bit of a limp, but outside of twisting, pivoting, turning on a dime, it didn't hurt much. Jumping just didn't happen though

ACL's are funny like that. You can go on without getting it taken care of, and live a full life, if your not an athlete of any sort. Your knee just kind of fills up with blood, so it just kind of acts like a cushion where the ligament used to be. Weird, huh?

 As for the recovery, the first 2 weeks after surgery were just awful, pain-wise. But physical therapy was great. Hard, but great. I could really feel it getting stronger by the day. I had a setback with my meniscus about 6 months after, so that added to the recovery time. But I'm still doing exorcises, and I'm still not close to where I was before, although I can run and jump now. It's just stiffens up easily, and swells.

But I don't have Rondo's doctors, or work ethic. He'll be fine, sooner, rather than later. I'm not a good example.
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Re: Rondo says to Max: I'll be back in 2 weeks"
« Reply #22 on: January 31, 2013, 06:23:46 PM »

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Re: Rondo says to Max: I'll be back in 2 weeks"
« Reply #23 on: January 31, 2013, 06:48:53 PM »

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But another thing, I'm confused how he was walking so regular like nothing was wrong with him at the end of the game. Of all the torn ACL's I've seen the athlete is on crutches or limping..

I guess we'll have to wait and see..

I fully tore my acl and part of my meniscus almost 2 years ago, and I walked around on it for 3 months before I got surgery.

ouch.  was it painful getting around before you had surgery?  so how did your recovery go?

It wasn't so much painful, as it was uncomfortable. Couldn't run far, or play ball outside of set shots. Walked with a bit of a limp, but outside of twisting, pivoting, turning on a dime, it didn't hurt much. Jumping just didn't happen though

ACL's are funny like that. You can go on without getting it taken care of, and live a full life, if your not an athlete of any sort. Your knee just kind of fills up with blood, so it just kind of acts like a cushion where the ligament used to be. Weird, huh?

 As for the recovery, the first 2 weeks after surgery were just awful, pain-wise. But physical therapy was great. Hard, but great. I could really feel it getting stronger by the day. I had a setback with my meniscus about 6 months after, so that added to the recovery time. But I'm still doing exorcises, and I'm still not close to where I was before, although I can run and jump now. It's just stiffens up easily, and swells.

But I don't have Rondo's doctors, or work ethic. He'll be fine, sooner, rather than later. I'm not a good example.
I just tore mine two weeks ago, complete tear.
(jumped for rebound, my knee bent backwards when i landed, but i did get the rebound  ;D)
starting PT next week.
I didn't realize how common injury it is.

Any good advice you can share?

Re: Rondo says to Max: I'll be back in 2 weeks"
« Reply #24 on: January 31, 2013, 07:04:17 PM »

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I've never heard of a recovery in two weeks. That's ludicrous. But in aus there was an afl player who returned to his best after a couple of months.

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« Reply #25 on: January 31, 2013, 07:27:10 PM »

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But another thing, I'm confused how he was walking so regular like nothing was wrong with him at the end of the game. Of all the torn ACL's I've seen the athlete is on crutches or limping..

I guess we'll have to wait and see..

I fully tore my acl and part of my meniscus almost 2 years ago, and I walked around on it for 3 months before I got surgery.

ouch.  was it painful getting around before you had surgery?  so how did your recovery go?

ACL's are funny like that. You can go on without getting it taken care of, and live a full life, if your not an athlete of any sort. Your knee just kind of fills up with blood, so it just kind of acts like a cushion where the ligament used to be. Weird, huh?


I'd disagree with that.

DeJuan Blair is missing two ACLs.

John Elway played his entire career without one.

I actually have been missing one for the last ten years. I rehabbed (LOTS of strength training) and was able to get back to about 75% in terms of hoops (which was strictly rec league level to begin with), but ended up giving it up because of the risk that I'd really get hurt.

Now I am a pretty active athlete, just not with sports involving lateral movement. I've run two marathons in the last year, and many 10ks and half marathons.

I think a lot depends on individual physiology. Some knees remain pretty stable even without an ACL. I think I'm in that group. And commitment to rehab and strength training is critical. When I get lazy about maintaining my strength, my knee starts to hurt.

Re: Rondo says to Max: I'll be back in 2 weeks"
« Reply #26 on: January 31, 2013, 07:33:52 PM »

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Down the stretch, superstars on the Celtics are always "two weeks away," get it?

Lol, what? I don't get it.

Wasn't KG always right about to come back for the playoffs after the knee?  Pierce in Spring, 2007?

Don't forget the ultimate example: Shaq.

Re: Rondo says to Max: I'll be back in 2 weeks"
« Reply #27 on: January 31, 2013, 07:55:56 PM »

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I've never heard of a recovery in two weeks. That's ludicrous. But in aus there was an afl player who returned to his best after a couple of months.

Someone's taking this a little seriously.
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Re: Rondo says to Max: I'll be back in 2 weeks"
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Re: Rondo says to Max: I'll be back in 2 weeks"
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