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    Quote Originally Posted by cajundiehard View Post
    Sounds kind of ridiculous to want "to run up and down a little bit" on a high ankle sprain. What would be that rationale?
    He hasn't had time to get stiff and let any swelling sink in. Good time to test it and hopefully work through some of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by campo118 View Post
    I'd like to add, as a Cajun fan my whole life, now living in Houston with a wife who is a UH grad, we are heads and shoulders better than UH (I've watched multiple games by both teams this year) yet they are ranked in the top 25. God I hate the Sun Belt
    I have watched Houston play as well and I wouldn't say we are heads and shoulders better but I do think both teams are talented and it would be a good game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunJeaux View Post
    He needs to be treated like Hayward Register was...when in the game...if you've got an opening...take it...now, just don't put up Register results haha
    And Register hit like 25% from 3pt range because teams knew exactly what he was going to do so most of his shots were contested and even when they weren't, he wasn't all that good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    I've had a high ankle sprain.

    There is no rational for testing it out.
    Yes there is.

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    Default Re: MBB Final: Louisiana 85, Arkansas State 74

    If it was a sprain, running on it is not the usual treatment. Tears in ligaments do not heal by repeated use.


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    Quote Originally Posted by talktomewillis View Post
    If you don't understand why a trainer wants to get the players up and moving and get the blood flowing in the leg as soon as possible, please do not begin to suggest the trainer doesn't know what he's doing.

    Not directed at anyone. General statement.
    I know it wasn't directed at me but you don't need LIVE pivot push action to "get the blood flowing in the leg as soon as possible." In fact "as soon as possible" is faster served in a controlled environment like the off court area he was brought to in the emergency.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephyr View Post
    He hasn't had time to get stiff and let any swelling sink in. Good time to test it and hopefully work through some of that.
    I see we have the same coffee based philosophy source with a distinct tangent.

    I want him MaxWell, and you want him "good till the last drop."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragin4U View Post
    If it was a sprain, running on it is not the usual treatment. Tears in ligaments do not heal by repeated use.
    A sprain is not a tear. It is common to want to get the joint moving to hopefully eliminate swelling if the pain tolerance allows it. This is why you don't typically do ACL reconstructions right after the injury. They usually want to do some pre treatment to at least get the swelling down so that post treatment accelerates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    I know it wasn't directed at me but you don't need LIVE pivot push action to "get the blood flowing in the leg as soon as possible." In fact "as soon as possible" is faster served in a controlled environment like the off court area he was brought to in the emergency.
    If the coaches and trainers wanted to get him on the court to test the pain tolerance before any swelling has settled in, I don't see anything wrong with that. A sprain is about the pain tolerance of the athlete and if he could be comfortable enough getting out there, so be it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephyr View Post
    A sprain is not a tear. It is common to want to get the joint moving to hopefully eliminate swelling if the pain tolerance allows it. This is why you don't typically do ACL reconstructions right after the injury. They usually want to do some pre treatment to at least get the swelling down so that post treatment accelerates.
    Isn't a sprain small tears in the connective tissue? If the joint isn't rested, it can't heal.
    I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephyr View Post
    A sprain is not a tear. It is common to want to get the joint moving to hopefully eliminate swelling if the pain tolerance allows it. This is why you don't typically do ACL reconstructions right after the injury. They usually want to do some pre treatment to at least get the swelling down so that post treatment accelerates.
    The unpredictability of live action with adrenal deception can't come close to the accuracy of treatment you get with controlled stress emulation testing in the locker room.

    And yes, adrenal deception with injuries is a thing. Or so I've been told.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragin4U View Post
    Isn't a sprain small tears in the connective tissue? If the joint isn't rested, it can't heal.
    I think.
    Sprains occur in the joint. Sprains are a stretching of the tendon or ligaments. It depends on the person and pain tolerance. Nowadays they like to have you moving as much as possible to drive blood to the area to help promote healing. The degree of the sprain to Stove would depend on how much activity he can handle. Obviously we don't have that info but he seems pretty mobile although I'm sure he's in some discomfort. Time will tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    The unpredictability of live action with adrenal deception can't come close to the accuracy of treatment you get with controlled stress emulation testing in the locker room.

    And yes, adrenal deception with injuries is a thing. Or so I've been told.
    Sigh

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephyr View Post
    Nowadays they like to have you moving as much as possible to drive blood to the area to help promote healing.
    Which is why a specific immediate off court exercise is superior to the unpredictability of on court events. (timeouts, free throws, standing around)

    No rational reason for putting back on the court that night.

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    I think our trainer could use some training. We need a trainer trainer.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    Which is why a specific immediate off court exercise is superior to the unpredictability of on court events. (timeouts, free throws, standing around)

    No rational reason for putting back on the court that night.
    Whatever Turbine. Good day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alum81 View Post
    I think our trainer could use some training. We need a trainer trainer.
    A bee watcher watcher?

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    I'm sorry.....I've stumbled onto the Mayo Clinic website.....I thought it was raginpagin.......😆


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