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Old 06-15-2011, 09:56 PM
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yeah, i think she did him a favour .. i actually see an improvement from day 1 - 4 .. LOL ..

just kiddin rock ... i know you can take it ..
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You need to call Josh Barnett:

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Old 06-15-2011, 11:37 PM
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LOL, I'd do that but my nose isn't broken.
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Got back from visiting a friend of mine who's also a chiropractor; he adjusted my spine and checked my nose. Good news is, my nose isn't broken, but there are some small bone fragments on the left side. Inflammation and swelling are reducing now.
Did he x-ray it? Or just eyeball it? I would be more worried about what you called "crepitus" than a fracture at this point?



And does it actually feel like objects where you say there are bone fragments? Or does it just sound like rice krispies?

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Old 06-16-2011, 05:35 PM
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Did he x-ray it? Or just eyeball it? I would be more worried about what you called "crepitus" than a fracture at this point?



And does it actually feel like objects where you say there are bone fragments? Or does it just sound like rice krispies?
He used a medical tuning fork at 128Hz and felt it with his fingers. Him and I can't feel any bone fragments and if you see my nose in person, it's straight. It just sounds like rice krispies and that's almost gone as of this morning as the swelling has gone down.
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Sig bet says your both wrong ...
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Old 06-17-2011, 02:02 AM
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Sig bet says your both wrong ...
Ok, you pay for me to go to the nose doctor and I'll go get it tested by another professional. Then we can have a sig bet, lol
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He used a medical tuning fork at 128Hz and felt it with his fingers. Him and I can't feel any bone fragments and if you see my nose in person, it's straight. It just sounds like rice krispies and that's almost gone as of this morning as the swelling has gone down.
Air being where it shouldn't be can make that sound. And a trauma (such as fracture) could certainly cause that. lol. I wouldn't bet against Logrus. I would say you had a fracture but it is doubtful they would have to do anything about it anyway unless it was misplaced or bone fragments needed to be moved back in place. Yours doesn't sound like you needed either.

Cool pics, too. Don't hesitate to share any further damage the girl does.

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i'm so embarrassed to admit i loved seeing these pics. and boy do we have some smarties around here. anyone else got any boo boos we can see? we need an injury thread
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