On the one hand: Don't push your injuries, give your bodies time to heal before stressing them again. If you don't, you'll regret it for the rest of your lives. When you get older, your injuries, especially the ones you didn't take care of very well at their onset, will plague you. You'll lose sleep at night, shifting to find a comfortable position. When you die, you'll be happy that at least you no longer have to endure this or that pain you inherited when you were young and stupid.
On the other hand: There is a guy at DeLaveaga in Santa Cruz (Jacob) who only has one leg, and is the nicest, most upbeat, best throwing partner, and wickedest player, that you could ever have hoped to meet. This dude is truly inspiring, I think of him when things don't seem to be going so well for me personally, and it turns my whole world around. He embodies the truest spirit of disc golf, in every element, and is an anchor for what the sport is truly all about. And I think: is my injury all that bad? No.
But also be mindful of the first hand (i.e., the statement above), and take care of yourself. You only have one life, dude.
I have only fainted once...In between services at church...My wife...horsin' around as usual...Twist!...walk it off like a man...Next thing I know I am waking up...I saw lots of fuzzy bright white light, and I heard singing...I thought I had died and gone to heaven!
marmoset, it sounds like you're living a fun life. Don't change anything, man!