i dislocated my hip the other day skiing and im out for 6 weeks.Im not supposed to put any pressure on my right leg for 45 days, and i have to have injections in my stomach every day to thin my blood so i dont get blood clots. Has anyone else done it and know is its going to be weak in the future or cause me any further problems?
a friend of mine messed up his hip too a while ago but it was more serious cause he couldn't ride for one year but he didn't tkae good care of his injury and next year he was just cruisin in som random slope and he fucked up his hip again and now he's done with freeskiing no more jumps and any kind of impact on his hip so i would say take
Sometimes say if i'v got my ski pants on (cant remember if its happened not skiing) and im in a car, and get out, my hip feels its sperating from the joint. And it hurts pretty bad. And like it just happens randomly when i lift my leg up. Probably should see a doctor and get it checked
That happens to me except its just a really tight, intense pain. I always fall on my left side but recently I fell on my hip twice in one day. The first time I contemplated going home but the second time it was like getting the wind knocked out of you it hurt so bad. Exact same spot. 2 days later and I still can't straighten my leg and its fucking sore.
i hurt my hip on a down rail last year, it was pretty swollen and bruised but nothing like yours. however, the best advice i could offer is to listen to whatever your doctor says. seriously, dont pull any "ill just take a couple runs" or anything at all like that, 6 weeks is 6 weeks, when you apply pressure to the area your just damaging it more and elongating your recorvery time. be patient. good luck.
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I dislocated my hip a couple years ago, I had to have a screw put in. It definitely sucks, but you'll be back skiing by next season for sure. I don't have full range of motion back, but it's pretty close and still improving. Definitely jump on the bike as soon as you can.
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I dislocated my hip about 10 years ago. Didn't completely sever the blood vessels, but it was real bad. Listen to your docs and to how your body feels. I kind of rushed it back and did some stupid stuff that didn't help it. I also tore my hamstring. These days, as long as I keep up the consistent activity—yoga and stretching and running—I don't have any problems. For a while I had trouble with it, but doing yoga was the biggest help in being strong and limber around it. Now I'm out on the hill, playing soccer, etc. without any problems. It'll be awhile, but you'll be back on it no problems. Good luck buddy!
Yeah i fucked mine up real bad about five years or so ago. I hit a rail dead on with my hip, it completely stop me dead in my tracks which sucked casue i wa hauling ass. It swelled up to a redic size and was all black and blue. I never went to the doctors but I really wish I had because sometimes I can still feel it when i move it wrong.
I did something bad to my hip when I was in judo about 5 years ago. Now it clicks when I walk and if I don't stretch it out it gets so painful I can hardly walk. Sometimes when I move it in different ways it gives me a super sharp horrible pain.
Fuck man, that sucks. I partially dislocated my hip a few years ago and had to have a big metal rod put in there to fix it. I've still got it in. Unfortunately for me it's pretty much killed park skiing for me just from a mental point of view (I couldn't imagine the horror of falling on my hip again on a rail or something. Hell, I don't even like anything touching that hip now). Then again, I think too much about the consequences of stuff so I recommend you don't be like me and just go charge it when you're recovered. Good luck.