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EEzag
10-29-2018, 12:40 PM
Just saw Tillie on Campus wearing a boot on the right side. Anyone have some info? Thanks!

caldwellzag
10-29-2018, 12:41 PM
Just saw Tillie on Campus wearing a boot on the right side. Anyone have some info? Thanks!

Minor injury, expected to be ready for the start of the season.

thespywhozaggedme
10-29-2018, 12:44 PM
Minor injury, expected to be ready for the start of the season.

I hope so. The first game of the season is one week from tomorrow.

EEzag
10-29-2018, 12:48 PM
Thanks Caldwell. Got a little worried.....like someone snuck kryptonite in Tillies shoe or something. My vision of a gnome with Randy Bennett's head sneaking into McCarthy and hiding Kryptonite all over the Zags locker room just MIGHT be unwarranted.

raise the zag
10-29-2018, 01:25 PM
If ankle...that would be his 4th sprain since he arrived 3 yrs ago.

Suppose it could be foot as well.

Hope we don't hear the word "stress" anything...fracture or reaction. That can last months or longer...re injury a near guarantee.

Hoping minor sprain

strikenowhere
10-29-2018, 01:29 PM
If ankle...that would be his 4th sprain since he arrived 3 yrs ago.

Suppose it could be foot as well.

Hope we don't hear the word "stress" anything...fracture or reaction. That can last months or longer...re injury a near guarantee.

Hoping minor sprain

Just how often to players sprain their ankles? I thought that with each sprain it becomes easier to have to happen again?

JPtheBeasta
10-29-2018, 02:22 PM
Just how often to players sprain their ankles? I thought that with each sprain it becomes easier to have to happen again?

About 30% of sufferers have some sort of chronic issue at year 7 after injury, per the study below.


During one year all ankle inversion injuries seen at the acute ward of our institution were divided into grades of severity and classified according to the maximal area of tenderness at the time of clinical examination. Seven years later 648 of the subjects (91%) evaluated their ankle with the help of a questionnaire. Location of maximal tenderness at the time of injury was: lateral fibular ligaments 61%, lateral midfoot ligaments 24%, base of the fifth metatarsal/peroneal tendons 5% and combined lesions 8%. 39% were considered minor, 46% were moderate, and 15% severe. All cases followed a functional treatment protocol. Seven years post- injury 32% reported chronic complaints of pain, swelling or recurrent sprains. 72% of the subjects with residual disability reported that they were functionally impaired by their ankle - in most cases a question of not performing sports at a desired level. 4% experienced pain at rest and were severely disabled. 19% were bothered by repeated inversion injuries - 43% of these subjects felt that they could compensate by using an external ankle support. There was no correlation between the severity of the sprain as judged at the time of injury and the frequency of residual disability or between the area of maximal tenderness at the time of injury and the area of maximal pain at the time of follow-up.

Seven years follow-up after ankle inversion trauma. Konradsen L, Bech L, Ehrenbjerg M, Nickelsen T. Scand J Med Sci Sports. 2002;12(3):129.

Zagceo
10-29-2018, 02:43 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnCe3pqh7Ew

JPtheBeasta
10-29-2018, 03:17 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vnCe3pqh7Ew

I always knew Justin Timberlake was talented.





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