I lied...I'm going to beat this dead horse again. I hate horses. Sorry for the late response.
Again, I'm not suggesting a 'diagnosis and treatment' section. And that is not my logic. For example: I have had 3 knee injuries with subsequent surgeries, missing ski seasons, rehab, etc.
Does this make me qualified to diagnose someones' knee injury. Nope.
But do i know more than the average NSer about the process? Probably.
Is every injury the same or have the same symptoms? Nope.
So, if someone asks ,"I was skiing and twisted my knee and now it's swollen. What is wrong with me? I really want to ski pow tomorrow. Can I go?" or something along those lines, what is my response?
"See a doctor (an orthopedic surgeon). In the meantime R.I.C.E."
Notice how I didn't say, "Oh you probably tore your meniscus because thats how I did mine. Just take some Advil and go for it". or something like that.
If the OP follows with more questions like, 'what did it feel like?' I may throw in something like, "When I had my injury, I heard a pop, and my knee swelled, but injuries happened differently for everyone. Why risk doing further damage? See a doctor, he will tell you whats wrong".
Do you see what I'm getting at? This of course can be expanded to rehab and motivation for others, since missing and entire season is very difficult and demoralizing.
So yeah, I may have not given the best example, but I hope you can at least understand what I'm trying to say. I guess, for some reason, I have hope that there can be quality responses regarding injuries on newschoolers. I should probably change my thinking. There is always TGR for gimp central, but I prefer NS.
Also, there are many different ways to backflip. Just because you are confident in your backflip ability (I've seen your edits, you're very good) doesn't mean you have the best way to do them. Now would I probably listen to your advice after seeing your skill? Yes. But I would read many others advice and tips as well? Yup. I don't know if that was related...