Discussion in 'Premiership Rugby / Premiership Cup' started by Mumbles119, Jan 9, 2019.
Bad disc boys unite!
Come into this thread to see how it is going and find you lot chatting **** about me.
For the first part, yes.
But not leg & arm/torso (though it's possible to blow multiple discs I'm say low back & neck)
If that's what you've got, go see a pro!
I did mine at the right place.
If you're going to blow a disc, do it at Chiropractic College!
Are you playing at a pretty high level? The average age of player in Ireland's top amateur leagues is 22/23, all the work and injuries just aren't worth it to most people not getting payed so they join smaller clubs or play in the 2nds or 3rds.
@Old Hooker - I like the passion but I really wish this was a summer sport, winter is rotten!
I absolutely hate artificial pitches. Burning pain in your knees when you get in the shower really spoils the fun of a post victory hetero handy with your team. Some I've played on, looking at you Lansdowne pitch don't even feel fit for purpose. It's like I can feel the Aviva stadium's car park three inches below the pitch every time my knobbly little knees hit the floor.
I would prob take up the sport again if it was a summer one.
Mine started with numbness in my foot (that is now permanent) and shooting pain in my leg.
I’m not sure if it’s worse than my fractured hip though, both mother fecking painful and long rehabs.
Dingwall in the comments saying he's played two games in 4G and ended up with ankle injuries in both
Manu out for rest of season. Newcastle's Pitch. Hamstring.
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