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Old 01-14-2020, 11:35 AM
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Alot going on with Paul, why not have his own thread.

No surgery for Paul, which is a good thing!

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Old 01-14-2020, 11:51 AM
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Dang. He was just in all those vlog bits with Simon!

This is definitely the right time of year to rest, though. I hope Paul can get healthy and deliver another set of soul crushing frolf performances in 2020.

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Old 01-14-2020, 02:23 PM
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A bone bruise can take a long time to heal. I bruised a bone on the joint of my right index finger two years ago and it still isn’t 100%. It took about eight months until I could hold a disc properly.
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If the Discrap doesn't stop him, surely a bone bruise will!

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Old 01-14-2020, 03:25 PM
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At the bottom of his post he says "I have a great doctor who specialized in sports medicine and understands how important a quick, full recovery is." A jab at the Ricky holistic method?

Probably not but I could see it taken that way.

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Interesting. Immobilizing the ankle to heal something like this? Would love to hear some physicians thoughts on that... seems odd, to me. But I'm not an expert, I just go off of second hand info gleaned from PTs I hang out with so I'm just being skeptical, not stating that I know it isn't the best strategy.
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At the bottom of his post he says "I have a great doctor who specialized in sports medicine and understands how important a quick, full recovery is." A jab at the Ricky holistic method?

Probably not but I could see it taken that way.
Even if he didn’t intend it that way, a loooot of the commenters are making that connection.
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Old 01-14-2020, 04:55 PM
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A bone bruise is not really a correct term.

You actually fracture the inside of your bone.

Immobilization is the best option.

Source - I've had 4 Bledsoe Boots in my life and a couple of "bone bruises" from BMX crashes.

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