The PT shouldn't have been that blunt and negative, but the general idea is that you are now at a greater risk of reinjury since it has dislocated once. That doesn't mean you should stop hitting jumps, but just be aware that sooner or later it will happen again. So it kind of becomes a mind game with yourself. But there are plenty of ways to help minimize you're risk from avoiding certain trick to perfecting mechanics and strengthening supporting muscles.
"As long as that feeling's there, you're gonna keep coming back every year until you get that feeling and more." - THall
"Is this the thread where you all suck each other off to how much better you are than others?" -Cobra_Commander
"no way dawg! i think I got the same white T but in white at this boutique in soHo. 'cept mine was actually $230, so it surely must be whiter than urz/." - Capurnicus
I'd drag my nuts through a mile of broken glass just to hear that last girl fart over the telephone-Skitheeast01