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    Default I don't think my ankle will ever be 100% again.


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    Awhile back I did something to my ankle and I went to a sports doctor. He thought the bones were out of place, if that makes sense, not out of play, but just not quite the right place.

    He made several adjustments over a few weeks.And it felt good. I stopped treatment on it. Then today I was playing football for the first time, running hard and cutting back.

    Now my ankle hurts again. I have to go all through that treatment again if I want to not feel pain. :(
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    Rub some dirt in it! j/k.

    That's the pitts man; hope you get to feeling better.


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    That sucks.
    I crushed my ankle and and the bottom couple of inches of my leg 5 years ago. My ankle hurts at the end of everyday, and I will walk with a limp for the rest of my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vandelay View Post
    That sucks.
    I crushed my ankle and and the bottom couple of inches of my leg 5 years ago. My ankle hurts at the end of everyday, and I will walk with a limp for the rest of my life.
    Wow! Dude that's terrible. I have severely sprained both ankles and I doubt they'll ever be 100%, but nothing like what you've done.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vandelay View Post
    That sucks.
    I crushed my ankle and and the bottom couple of inches of my leg 5 years ago. My ankle hurts at the end of everyday, and I will walk with a limp for the rest of my life.
    Uh, how?
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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    Awhile back I did something to my ankle and I went to a sports doctor. He thought the bones were out of place, if that makes sense, not out of play, but just not quite the right place.

    He made several adjustments over a few weeks.And it felt good. I stopped treatment on it. Then today I was playing football for the first time, running hard and cutting back.

    Now my ankle hurts again. I have to go all through that treatment again if I want to not feel pain. :(
    Hope your feelin beter soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KansasCityChris View Post
    Get some Biofreeze for it. I know it sounds weird but men in the NFL use it and I use it and it works on pain good. It is a bit expensive but well worth the money. It is like using IcyHot but better. The stuff helps out with joint pain, I use it on my shoulder that is worn out from playing too much guitar and within 20 minutes it starts making the pain go away.
    I have it, it works for a bit but its bone problems, not joints.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Church_Backfield View Post
    i played my junior year with a pulled tendons in my foot and a broken arm SUCK IT UP! lol
    Its not just for a few months, its been hurting for over a year now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KansasCityChris View Post
    Have you tried using narcotics for it? Most dr will start you out low on like Codeine . Naproxen is good too but it isn't a narc it's a strong Ibeuprofine , I can't spell that damn word. Anyway try some Advil and or Aleve,
    Eh, drugs aren't worth it. I will eventually go back to the chiropracter and have him adjust it. $40 a pop, I can't really afford it at this time.

    I tell you tho, I need an xray or MRI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KansasCityChris View Post
    Have you tried using narcotics for it? Most dr will start you out low on like Codeine . Naproxen is good too but it isn't a narc it's a strong Ibeuprofine , I can't spell that damn word. Anyway try some Advil and or Aleve,

    I have bad allergic reactions to Codeine. Naproxen does the trick for me.


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