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    Default Was hit by a car, can i skate again?

    I come here humbly seeking knowledge and wisdom from people who have had similar injury's. I was hit by a car crossing the street on my right leg(I ride regular) long story short I had to have my acl replaced by removing a piece of my hamstring, pcl replaced by aa cadaver and my meniscus was repaired. Anyone have any of these injury's and could return to normal skating?

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    Probably NerkaN Who Knows's Avatar
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    It's all about you and how you feel, mate. Ask your doctor, mainly, but if you're feeling alright and can walk properly, you should resume skating slowly to make sure you don't get injured, and if you're sure you can get back to 100%, then go for 100%.

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    Ask your doctor before proceeding. If your doctor says it's ok for you to resume doing physical stuff like sports or whatever, then I guess it's ok. Don't want to permanently mess something up.

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    Don’t listen to CCCP. Even if you come to the same conclusions, never listen to CCCP.

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    Down with communism

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    Sounds like a real shitty injury. I'm assuming you have to go through physical therapy, talk about it there and with your doctor. Do they expect to you recover full range of motion, any changed stress points, etc.?

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