Waiting MRI to find out extent of damage
I've just been told I may have ruptured the ligaments in my knee and need a MRI scan to find out extent of damage.
Does anyone have any words of wisdom to keep me sain and give me encouragement that I'll run again?
Hang in there! Even with quite severe ligament injuries people can often return to running with enough rehab. I have seen lots of patients return to half marathon and marathon level and return to sports like football etc so stay positive and just wait and see what the MRI shows.
I am booked on the Great North Run in September, my first Half. I've been so excited about it, loving the training, but now feeling terrified I won't get to do it.
Keeping chin up though
I've seen runners come back from all kinds of injury's and operations.
The key is not to let the recovery time get you down.
A good physio should be able to help you work out a programme that works for you even if it means different exercises.
Don't think you have to give up running, you might have a set back but you'll come back stronger for it.
Chin up and let us know how you get on
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