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Steve. I know the feeling you are describing. It’s been a few years since I had it but it is etched in my mind. Never had the severity of your injury but I’m sure damage was done along the way. I’m so much more careful now and it helps but one never knows when bad things will happen. Hope she gets healthy.
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Originally posted by fanofccfan fanofccfan wrote:

Steve. I know the feeling you are describing. It’s been a few years since I had it but it is etched in my mind. Never had the severity of your injury but I’m sure damage was done along the way. I’m so much more careful now and it helps but one never knows when bad things will happen. Hope she gets healthy.


Yeah, no way to confirm it but my theory is that all the damage that I had was not just from this one incident - I suspect, I probably had already done some of the smaller fractures in other wipeouts in the preceeding weeks, I had been suffering from annoying "aches" between my shoulder blades. Doesn't help that I have a pretty high pain tolerance - actually I think that is another complicating factor...

Anyway, nothing better then the adrenaline rush out their on the long line!
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Originally posted by IAughtNaut IAughtNaut wrote:

Hey everyone, looking for some voices of experience, RE: barefooting neck support/injuries.

My girlfriend is learning to barefoot and took a pretty bad fall a month ago today. Her neck got jacked up, we're pretty sure its a case of whiplash, and she is still having pain and range of motion issues today.


Not sure how I missed all this....but last night I was at Eddie's house watching while he was doing my bearings for the Tennessee trip....(I love living near Eddie)...and he mentioned this thread. You said "a month ago today" which would've meant before we saw you guys at Memorial Day. Might be a senior moment but I don't remember talking about this. We sure hope that VG is feeling better by now. Neck pain is very slow to go away in my experience. And I never foot...front or back without my neck brace.

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Nice work, Grand Poobah. I call that the "LowLon" :) It is like living without air conditioning in hot weather.
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Adam,

I am so sorry to hear that VG is not feeling well. My daughter (17) Natalie passed out at school from the sight of blood and hit her head on the concrete floor, and got a concussion. She was in bad shape for four months. We had to go through a concussion protocol with school which was great. I was concerned she would have to retake her Junior year of high school again, but she worked hard and finished with straight A's. Her doctor thinks this was her second concussion. The first was a few years ago on a ski.   You need to get VG checked out for a concussion too. Before this deal with Natalie I never took concussions too seriously, now I have a totally different perspective on this and see how bad they can be.

Give VG a hug for Natalie and I, she is such a sweet gale and we hope she gets back on the water soon to enjoy the rest of the summer.

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Hey everyone, time for a quick update. Vandygayle is doing much better. She started seeing a chiropractor and an accupuncturist regularly, and after probably three sessions with the chiro regained her full range of motion and stopped experiencing the pain and stiffness that she had. So big relief there. He immediately found some glaring alignment problems that her body was "correcting" incorrectly and has been working to straighten those out.

Since that time we haven't had a chance to get back on the water for any skiing (that pesky "life" thing keeps getting in the way) but I think when we do she is probably going to ease back into it...maybe some boom runs, progress her way back to the long line slowly as her confidence returns,

Thank you all (as usual) for the support and insight, she's still kind of new to our little group, but she definitely felt the ccfan love from all the posts, PMs, and text messages you guys passed along.
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