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Offline stevesg

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acl - partial/complete
« on: May 23, 2006, 01:27:54 PM »
Hi -

So, with 30 seconds left in my daughter's soccer game, playing on a soggy field, she steps one way, plants her left foot and twists the other way.
 
There will be a MRI this week to see if there's a partial tear, or a complete tear. She's not a "happy camper" to say the least. Never had any type of injury, after a week of icing the area - there is no swelling, she's not limping at all, she can extend the leg, but has trouble bending it completely.

What kind of recovery time are we talking if it's a partial or complete tear? Let's put it this way - will she be playing soccer for her high school starting in September?

I sort of know the answer, but would appreciate any feedback from any highly competitive soccer or basketball players out there.

Thanks.



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Re: acl - partial/complete
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2006, 11:00:27 AM »
Hi,

Sorry to hear about your daughter's injury.  This site might help - check out the tabs on the top of their page also.

http://www.aclsolutions.com/surgery.php

Good luck and good healing.  ~Shade
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