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05-10-2012, 10:52 AM
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Originally Posted by NickyFotiu View Post
I cant wait till Zooks is on the ice again. With that said while he may be ready to play in 1-2 weeks his wrist will not be 100%. It could be 90% but that last 10% will take months of rest. In my case it took 2 years for my wrist to be 100%. It was 97% for a while but every once in a while I would feel a twinge of pain which every hockey player can live with and play through.
Good point. In fact I think this kind of injury will never recover 100%. But as you say, no problem to live with a twinge of pain now and then. The important thing is that the wrist is healed enought to sustain the pressure and movements you need to play hockey.

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