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Apr 15, 2014
Great climb. You might even get away with calling it, "Anti-sport." Don't pound the caffeine before a mor… View Comment

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General > Injuries and Accidents
Reply: Shattered Talus Report / Analysis
Jan 6, 2016 I think it's a normal reaction. It helps to view the injury as a new challenge. It may take awhile, but the day will come when you wake up and the first thing you notice is you… View Message
General > Injuries and Accidents
Reply: Shattered Talus Report / Analysis
Apr 15, 2015 Dr. Warren Gardner did my surgery. He practices as an orthopedic trauma surgeon at Erhlanger in Chattanooga. I liked him because his practice involved the type of orthopedic su… View Message
General > Injuries and Accidents
Reply: Shattered Talus Report / Analysis
Dec 2, 2014 Caitlin: I had 6 screws placed in my right talus 3 years ago. They seem to be working. The surgeon recommended against taking them out. He said the removal surgery is just as… View Message
General > Injuries and Accidents
Reply: Shattered Talus Report / Analysis
May 10, 2012 I'm happy to report I returned to running at the 6 month point from my fall. I have run a few times in the last week, and while my right ankle hurts and swells, further improv… View Message
General > Injuries and Accidents
Reply: Shattered Talus Report / Analysis
Nov 15, 2011 Brice, I broke my talus -- never even knew I had one. I suffered a Hawkins II talar neck fracture. The talus broke in two, and two pieces split off the top. The surgeon put… View Message
General > Training Forum
Reply: Running to improve climbing?
May 25, 2010 Running will help your "approaching skills" and you might lose weight provided you don't eat more. But long runs will make your arms weak. I run long to help train for alpi… View Message