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Old 11-13-2012, 02:28 PM   #151
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For an MC sprain? I had an MC sprain in 2010 and was fully healed within 12 days.


S C - sternoclavicular sprain - can't you hicks read?

why the fuck do I even bother, and no, I don't give a flying fuck about anyone else with their owies and how mommy kissed it and made it better in a day



Of course it HAD to be on his throwing arm side...I give it a month, WR's don't have to throw the ball 50 yds
That's what I meant, shit head.

I was reading an article on DeCastro's MCL injury and got things mixed up a little. I had SC injury in my throwing arm late September of 2010. It was still sore after a week of rest, but I was able to go through proper throwing motions. I guess what it comes down to is the severity of the injury. Considering how hard he hit the ground, it could be a lingering injury.

EDIT: I DID NOT play that week, though. It was still sore after a week, and I WAS able to go through proper throwing motions, but I didn't return to practice for about 12 days.
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Old 11-13-2012, 02:36 PM   #152
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Well, it's still bad


"At his news conference Tuesday, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin described Roethlisberger's shoulder injury as an "SC sprain." The exact terminolgy of Roesthlisberger's injury is a sternoclavicular dislocation, according to ESPN medical analyst Dr. Michael Kaplan. In this type of injury, the central end of the clavicle separates from the sternum (chestbone).

An uncommon injury, it is extremely painful with strong ligament tearing (sprain). The usual treatment for the injury is conservative (no surgery, with rest, sling and rehab). Typically it takes several weeks until a quarterback is able to return to passing accurately and with sufficient velocity."

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"At his news conference Tuesday, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin described Roethlisberger's shoulder injury as an "SC sprain." The exact terminolgy of Roesthlisberger's injury is a sternoclavicular dislocation, according to ESPN medical analyst Dr. Michael Kaplan. In this type of injury, the central end of the clavicle separates from the sternum (chestbone).

An uncommon injury, it is extremely painful with strong ligament tearing (sprain). The usual treatment for the injury is conservative (no surgery, with rest, sling and rehab). Typically it takes several weeks until a quarterback is able to return to passing accurately and with sufficient velocity."

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Worst pain my arm has EVER experienced. The pain was worse than a break. I'm just hoping the injury isn't severe, although i'm not holding my breath.
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Old 11-13-2012, 02:40 PM   #154
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Five levels of severity to this injury, no? I recall mine being relatively low in severity, probably explaining why I was able to pass after a period of 12 days. Still sore, granted, but able to pass. I'm holding out hope that it's a low-severity variation of the injury.
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Five levels of severity to this injury, no? I recall mine being relatively low in severity, probably explaining why I was able to pass after a period of 12 days. Still sore, granted, but able to pass. I'm holding out hope that it's a low-severity variation of the injury.

Ben was interviewed today and said his was level 6
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The thing I remember most about it was the breathing difficulties. Couldn't really hear a "pop" or anything, but it hurt like hell for a good fifteen or twenty minutes before I was even able to move it. Spent ten minutes afraid to move it because I couldn't imagine something hurting THAT much and NOT being broken.
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Ben was interviewed today and said his was level 6
That sounds just about as bad as it gets, then. Mine was seemingly minor compared to his, than, and I missed a WEEK. That's what a lot of fans are expecting Ben to miss now, but if the injury turns out to be severe, that'll be a laugh.
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damn you Ben, why are you putting me through all this pain?
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That sounds just about as bad as it gets, then. Mine was seemingly minor compared to his, than, and I missed a WEEK. That's what a lot of fans are expecting Ben to miss now, but if the injury turns out to be severe, that'll be a laugh.

5 levels - Ben says level 6 - he exaggerates - get it?
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damn you Ben, why are you putting me through all this pain?
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