PMantle wrote:I did something bad to my right side. Ended up in urgent care last night. Muscle strain vs. "rib out of place". The Dr. said, "I don't move ribs, but some of my osteopath friends do."
Anyway, RHBH with any power at all is a no-go. I suck in a major way with forehand. Not even sure I would have fun trying to play, but I can do that with no pain. Use this time to develop a better forehand, or just take a break and practice putting?
keltik wrote:PMantle at your age I would just take time off.
JR wrote: Somehow i think it could suck if a broken rib punctured your lung. That is probably not your case because you'd be in howling pain probably without being able to inhale enough to howl but you get the picture.
Stringbean wrote:What caused the rib to move out of place? Did the strained muscle essentially pull the rib out of place?
JR wrote:Not being a professional i have no idea what would be safe so i'd say that whenever you start to move and throw i'd start out with way under max power and short and build up slowly so that you don't get worse injuries from pushing too much too early. I've lost a year minimum more like over a year and a half for starting out too hard too early after injury.
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