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Old 08-13-2015, 10:17 PM   #41
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You were already playing in the gravel pit when I came by.

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been there, done that, have the scar and some video as a souvenir. heal up quick!






it's been about 10 months since my surgery and my shoulder is finally starting to get back to normal. I did lose some mobility (overhead reach) and had to suffer through tendonitis during my recovery.

the crash was back in october, I started racing again in march, though I still haven't caught back up to where I was this time last year...

so did you get hit or did you cut in and take out another rider ? Either way that looked knarly
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so did you get hit or did you cut in and take out another rider ? Either way that looked knarly
I got hit. I didn't even know what had happened until a friend forwarded the footage from the camera bike to me after my surgery.
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I got hit. I didn't even know what had happened until a friend forwarded the footage from the camera bike to me after my surgery.
That's up , hope the one who caused the accident at least apologized
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That's up , hope the one who caused the accident at least apologized
nope. I never met the guy, don't even know what he looks like.

I was told he tried to blame me for the crash, but when the instructors saw that video (at the track) they banned him.

he evidently took quite a bit of road rash on his from sliding down the track with my bike on top of him () but refused transport and drove himself home.

happens - I'm just glad it wasn't worse.
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Lol at him sliding with your bike on top of him , yeah luckily you made it out alive
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Surgery went well. Have a bunch of pins and brackets in there.
Have started physical therapy already. Honestly, it hurts worse than the original break.

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A note to all of us:
Have good insurance!!!!!
I have bottom-of-the-barrel Blue Cross Blue Shield Tx HMO. It was a nightmare getting this done.
  • I had to go to my primary care physician to get a referral to an orthopedist.
  • I called at least 10 orthopedists before i found one who would even take me as a patient.
  • There was only 1 hospital in the greater Houston area that would take the insurance for the surgery.

I ended up with a very good orthopedist, but I almost didn't have any chance to get this done. Also, I had to live with the broken bone for 3 nights before I could get into surgery due to all the hoops I had to jump through.

I'll be upgrading my plan ASAP. It will be worth every penny to be in a PPO vs an HMO.
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Old 08-14-2015, 07:55 AM   #48
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It will be worth every penny to be in a PPO vs an HMO.
I have BCBS PPO and I can say it was pretty smooth through the entire process. They even paid 100% of the ambulance, which is a little unusual. No referral required for me, since I was initially admitted through the ER. I had my surgery up in Bryan but did all my post-surgical visits at Richmond Bone & Joint in (wait for it...) Richmond. No problems getting accepted as a patient with either ortho.
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Yes! Have insurance! I had a very similar situation but my dumb didn't have insurance, My surgery was 100% out of pocket. The first night or two is tough after surgery. My advice, don't let the pain kick in because then it's too late! Sleeping will be fun for you for a bit. I ended up sleeping kinda propped up on the couch.
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Surgery went well. Have a bunch of pins and brackets in there.
Have started physical therapy already. Honestly, it hurts worse than the original break.

sugar n spice2

A note to all of us:
Have good insurance!!!!!
I have bottom-of-the-barrel Blue Cross Blue Shield Tx HMO. It was a nightmare getting this done.
  • I had to go to my primary care physician to get a referral to an orthopedist.
  • I called at least 10 orthopedists before i found one who would even take me as a patient.
  • There was only 1 hospital in the greater Houston area that would take the insurance for the surgery.

I ended up with a very good orthopedist, but I almost didn't have any chance to get this done. Also, I had to live with the broken bone for 3 nights before I could get into surgery due to all the hoops I had to jump through.

I'll be upgrading my plan ASAP. It will be worth every penny to be in a PPO vs an HMO.
Looks good on X-ray. Just don't expect it to be like before. Even though they got it super straight it will be a little longer from the break. I can notice it a little when I do chest flys. One arm just has a little different geometry then the other. I am the only on that can tell. Did they still give you the sweet bra thing to wear?
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so did you get hit or did you cut in and take out another rider ? Either way that looked knarly
What an idiot, he could have stayed on the high line. Looks like he took you out on purpose.
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Surgery went well. Have a bunch of pins and brackets in there.
Have started physical therapy already. Honestly, it hurts worse than the original break.

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Have good insurance!!!!!
I have bottom-of-the-barrel Blue Cross Blue Shield Tx HMO. It was a nightmare getting this done.
  • I had to go to my primary care physician to get a referral to an orthopedist.
  • I called at least 10 orthopedists before i found one who would even take me as a patient.
  • There was only 1 hospital in the greater Houston area that would take the insurance for the surgery.

I ended up with a very good orthopedist, but I almost didn't have any chance to get this done. Also, I had to live with the broken bone for 3 nights before I could get into surgery due to all the hoops I had to jump through.

I'll be upgrading my plan ASAP. It will be worth every penny to be in a PPO vs an HMO.
I left the part about the pain out of my post. It will be better in about three days. I also upgraded my insurance after spending 5K.
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Looks good on X-ray. Just don't expect it to be like before. Even though they got it super straight it will be a little longer from the break. I can notice it a little when I do chest flys. One arm just has a little different geometry then the other. I am the only on that can tell. Did they still give you the sweet bra thing to wear?
I got that figure-8 shoulder splint at the ER. It was a Godsend for the 3 days prior to surgery. Feeling the bone ends rub together in my chest was sickening.
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Ok, now for something that no one really wants to talk about, but anyone on pain meds needs to know.

Start taking a stool softener that same day you get on any narcotic pain med.
I waited until the 3rd day and by then I was already constipated like you would not believe.

Once the Dulcolax kicked in, I was sitting and sweating for about half an hour as the huge, dried out mass made it's way to the back door.

As I finally gave birth to that charcoal briquette, the biggest of my life followed. I mean, this thing was massive. And, yes, of course I stood up to look at it. Super impressive that something so big came out of something so small.
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Ok, now for something that no one really wants to talk about, but anyone on pain meds needs to know.

Start taking a stool softener that same day you get on any narcotic pain med.
I waited until the 3rd day and by then I was already constipated like you would not believe.

Once the Dulcolax kicked in, I was sitting and sweating for about half an hour as the huge, dried out mass made it's way to the back door.

As I finally gave birth to that charcoal briquette, the biggest of my life followed. I mean, this thing was massive. And, yes, of course I stood up to look at it. Super impressive that something so big came out of something so small.
Pics or it didn't happen
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How's the healing progressing?
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Man I'm sorry this happened bro. Heal up quick. thought about
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How's the healing progressing?
Sutures come out tomorrow.
Another 2-4 weeks before I'm cleared for riding and exercising normally.

A lot of nerve pain and very tight muscles in my shoulder and neck.
Just trying to keep a stretch and physical therapy routine going so I can be 100% as soon as possible.

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