Knee Injury

November 3, 2010
By , Elmwood, WI
Last year I had a volleyball game in Wisconsin. I dove for the ball and I was in a frog position and I got up and I heard my right knee pop. I played through all three games and we won.
I went to the Varsity Volleyball game that night and talked to my parents. After the game ended we went to see the trainer, Jeff. He thought I tore my meniscus. Well he set an appointment for me the very next day to see Dr. McNally. I saw him and he asked me questions and then did an x-ray. He didn’t see anything wrong. I played through volleyball season and basketball season but it still bothered me. I went back to the trainer and he set another appointment for me to see Dr. McNally. He asked me more questions and decided to do an MRI. I came back the next day for the MRI and a couple of days later came back again for my results. He told me I have scar tissue on my “plica” band that wouldn’t heal on its own. He scheduled me for surgery the next day. I was on crutches for only a week and had to go to physical therapy only three times.
I feel so much better now after my surgery. I can play all three sports and not let my team down. I learned that unexpected things can happen anytime.





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talking-with-silence said...
Nov. 10, 2010 at 4:57 pm
Your really lucky that they figured out what was wrong befor it (the injury) got worse. I'm glad you can still play! I have been injured and can't really do sports. It's the most anoying thing in the world! I liked the writting, great work.
 
Janessa replied...
Nov. 10, 2010 at 5:07 pm
I am so sorry to her about your injury that made you not play anymore sports. I wouldn't be able to handle that i would cry for days! I am doing great and thanks for commenting and liking my article.
 
talking-with-silence replied...
Nov. 11, 2010 at 10:57 am
Awl your welcome. Well it makes me sad and angrey at once lol. I'll get better soon.. Hopefully. Yeah the work was good. :D
 
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