Injuries


#1502

Belfast is the best place to get your knees done.


#1503

Ni ceapaim.


#1504

It’sthe right knee. I had the left one done 5 years ago. It should last 15 years.


#1505

All the very best with it


#1506

Best of luck with it pal.

Will you be out of action for long after it? Will Bobby be missing out on walks?


#1507

Ill be on crutches for about 6 weeks. The nephew will walk Bobby.


#1508

All the best, Fagan. Would this op have been on the agenda anyway or did that injury sustained in Donnybrook a few months back bring it on?


#1509

It would have come around anyway but the injury sustained in Donnybrook hastened it.


#1510

Why would it have come about? Life wear and tear from occupation/hobbies or the celtic curse?


#1511

Life, wear and tear, excessive exercise when younger, bad runners, flat feet, the Celtic curse, Joe McNally, bad posture, a cunt of a football trainer.


#1512

@caoimhaoin - sports hernia — talk to me.

It’s mild presently and I can run/ play ball with no issues but lifting or even a semi sit up motion I can feel the strain.


#1513

You have a hernia or you don’t

Simple op to fix. Had it done about 10 years ago. Day procedure by now maybe. Mine appeared overnight inside my ball bag :worried:


#1514

Sports hernia is different, no? — It’s tied to groin strain and no lump or anything involved.


#1515

Its different in that its not a hernia!


#1516

Yeah, it’s more a tear…


#1517

Sitting up here in the bed after having the full knee replacement done. A very worn arthritic knee consigned to the bin.

No nausea or pain yet. Watching Leeds v Swansea here.


#1518

The forums first cy borg


#1519

If only it was yesterday you had gotten it done, we could have arranged Deccie and John to have dropped in for a visit. Get well soon mate.


#1520

2-1 Swansea there


#1521

Who are they?