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Phil wrote:probably best to ask a physiotherapist, I certainly wouldn't take advise over the internet on this sort of thing.
higgy wrote:cos this situation jus sucks! lol TC
Phil wrote:higgy wrote:cos this situation jus sucks! lol TC
heh, tell me about it, I haven't skated for almost 2 years thanks to injury issues (nothing to do with ankles) and I'm currently doped up on valium and other pain killers thanks to a trapped nerve in my back but hey at least the drugs are keeping me happy
GuinnessGirl wrote:definitely take medical advice, another skater has had this injury and the surgery but it then re-ruptured so be careful.
danny wrote:I had this injury 20 years ago playing Badminton , so you have had surgery to re-connect the Achilles & have a full leg plaster with your foot set straight down to the ball of your foot ?
You will require a lot of physio to stretch the tendon back to normal and build up the muscle wastage to your calf & quad , I found going to a swimming pool then stand as deep as your shoulders to try calf raises , each time you go to the pool try to move to shallower water , it took me a year to get back to playing Badminton , professional footballers recover in 7 or 8 months with intensive personal physiotherapy , when I skate now the biggest problem is the scar tissue from the operation , I use a compeed plaster otherwise skating backwards rips the scar tissue open .
I also now can call my scar a David Beckham tatto :-)
NS Jason wrote:snapped tendons are worse than bones at healing! you will be looking at the best part of a year. Physio is important so make sure you keep it up, and they always recommend swimming for helping things heal.
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