Quote: Originally Posted by gregrocker
You wanna talk about it? How bad you get hurt?
I asked the same question on Vista Forum and MWRed responded with this.
I have a problem with my right side sacroiliac joint.
Apparently there's not much that can be done about it at this point, until it gets so bad that I need some serious help.
I have a crooked pelvis, which from what I gather, is from issues with my hip, knee and ankle. I destroyed everything that holds my ankle together besides the bone. Was told that it would have been better if I had broke it, then they could have put it in a cast. They couldn't do anything, other than let the ligaments and tendons all reproduce/repair themselves. It didn't heal right, and I am always accidentally rolling and turning over my foot...sooner or later, i'm not going to catch myself in time, and i'm going to end up breaking it.
Kinda funny how I originally hurt my ankle.
Me, my boy, his mom, and her sister and kids were out sledding(this was roughly 12 years ago), and I jumped on a sled( round, disc shaped thing, a little too small for me to be on really) and sat on it, crossing my legs and holding on the sides. At the bottom of the hill is literally a small bump, so when you get to it, you "get a little air". I got air alright, and my foot slipped off the front of the sled, I landed on it, and it went under me and the sled. Take my word for it....it hurt.
A wrap, and "there's nothing we can do for it" was all they said, but they offered me a crutch, which I kindly told them where they could put it. I was mad.
My knees on the other hand got hurt on my first (AND LAST) time skiing. The breakaway ski's (supposed to breakaway from the boots if you wipe out) didn't breakaway.
the hip problem is actually with both hips, but mostly in one, and I have no idea why that started. I noticed it when I was about 22. it just slowly gets worse and worse, sometimes to the point to where, the way it feels, the ball of my hip will get stuck, feeling like it's almost dislocated.