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Old 09-25-2016, 10:11 PM   #11
Wayne Welsh
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Re: Elbow popped during OHS

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Originally Posted by Suzanne Campbell View Post
I tore my UCL also during an OHS 2 years ago. Did not have surgery. Can do most things fine. Push ups, bench press, snatches and OHS cause numbness and tingling in my hand and I have a sensation that that arm is different, though I wouldn't even call it discomfort. Since I am not a competitive CrossFitter, I just scale and live with it. Good luck with your surgery if you decide to have it.
I scheduled the surgery and then after a week of pondering it and talking with different people, I opted to cancel the surgery and see if I would get some healing on it's own since it was considered partial and not a full tear. This injury occurred in February of this year and now several months later, it does feel better but still know I am not 100 percent there. Maybe this is as good as it gets in which case I will live with it. Maybe over some more time, it will get even better. I am glad I opted to not have the surgery.
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