What's up my fellow broseidons,
I was having a kick ass day Saturday at Big Boulder on Saturday hucking my meat attempting cork 5's and cork 7's for the first time on on this slushy slutty little beauty
Anyway, on "last run" I mixed in some rails and ended up catching my ski on a high off the ground handrail and slammed my right knee directly on the rail. I didn't hear a pop but the pain hurt pretty good and I immediately noticed the slightest tinge of "instability."
I did a little searching online and it looks like it may just be a minor MCL sprain. It feels a little bit better today but the pain is basically on the inside bottom portion of my right knee and it feels a little "heavy" to lift my leg off the ground, I can't really explain the feeling.
Minor sensation of instability in the knee. I'm gonna give it a week before going to a doctor if it doesn't get any better but I just wanted to check on my fellow bro science majors here that may have experienced a similar injury before.
tldr; banged knee on rail, no popping sound just pain on inner-bottom knee when bending my knee in a squatting position and a slight feeling of instability.