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  • Nerve damage from broken hip

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    08-11-2011, 10:05 AM
Chiilaa...ours are ID as well :) Thanks for the reassurance that "this too shall pass"

Well....Good news!

I saw an ortho doc yesterday and he says NO BROKEN HIP :)
Only nerve damage and if I do my PT and feel better, I can ride in about 2 weeks!

I am so excited and relieved! Going back to work next week, so I'm taking the rest of this week and part of next week easy.
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    08-11-2011, 10:25 AM
Congrats on the good news re: your hip!

Co-workers are the worst for me..... I'm in my 40's and had someone say "Aren't you a little old for this now?"......... Awkward silence.....

I hated the boot, had a 4 yr. Old trip, fall and roll over my foot and ankle, crush injury but I did ride, just walked around the neighborhood w/ it!!

Sad thing is, my hubby is mostly supportive of riding but has had 2 horses fall w/ or on him in his 5 yrs riding, poor guy! What are the odds? 3 wks ago, a new mare we got to be a trail horse for him put him in the hospital for 2 days, severe concussion-not wearing a helmet..... she was anxious to get going at the beginning of a ride, started scooting backwards, tripped on her heels, sat down and her body kept going backwards over onto him...... sigh.........

Hope you feel better really soon!
    08-11-2011, 11:21 PM
That's awesome that it's not actually broken. I'm sure that is a huge relief.
    08-11-2011, 11:30 PM
Danastark....that's awful about your husband. Hope he is recovering well!

Smrobs...I am so relieved. I can't wait to get back in the saddle! I have had to promise everyone that I will be more careful, especially since I have 3 little ones to watch out for as well!

I am getting one of those saddle cross charms, totally blinged out, but still!

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