- The end of an Era – WCA is healthy
I’m concerned that you will now do something silly with your new found freedom and injure something else!
Probably but hopefully not quite as long lasting. I did the ankle last September which seems an awful long time ago.
Mind you, that does mean I have managed 9 months without any new injuries 😉Posted 4 years ago
Another trip to the quack about the ankle today.
The grand unveiling :
The consultant says “That looks nice, it seems to move, off you go!”
Me : “Physio?”
Him : “Probably help but I notice your insurance won’t cover any more. I suggest you just do what they were doing before and see how it goes. Good luck, you have healed miraculously”
I am now officially happy.Posted 4 years agoMukeMember
It didn’t last long did it 😉Posted 4 years agoesselgruntfuttockMember
My mate came off a motorbike 3 years ago, according to the consultant his legs were ‘smashed to bits’
He can just manage to get around now without crutches & can’t stand around for long.
He hopes to get back on the MTB though & will definately be back on the motorbikes.
Youv’e done well WCA.Posted 4 years agommannerrSubscriber
Good news, I recall some discussion about WCA’s injuries late last year when I had my leg in a cast. 7,5 months after incident I can do most stuff I did before but strength and endurance are only about 60-70%, there also some aches more or less daily even on the healthy leg.Posted 4 years ago
And yet my accident was very minor one compared to WCA’s. I hope you have a speedy recovery, toes included.bikebouyMember
I like many on here have followed the trials and tribulations of WCA. At first I was gutted that someone could have lost the ability to enjoy MTBs, but no, not WCA. Next we see him trying out Trikes on DH runs.. So really we all had nothing to worry about did we.
It’s been an inspiration to see the progress and I have to say it, positive attitude of WCA.
Best of luck Sir.Posted 4 years ago
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