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 if he can ride after that ill be more than impressed. i dislocated mine and couldnt walk right for a year. running was something i thought i would never do again. its all about how they put it back in. i had a huge machine put mine in and it was lots of pressure to get it back in the socket. 

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because they put in  bo's wrong and crushed a nerve or cartilage or vein. the cartilage died and he lost the cushion and lubrication the hip naturally needs. mine went in good but now its loose! i do some situps a certain way and kaboom! it will jump and it is such a pain sometimes when it locks up.  I did it racing when i was 13 years old LOL. doc told me the very morning after the race i would need a hip replacement. I was scared so bad! If he really messed up his hip he might be screwed!

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because they put in  bo's wrong and crushed a nerve or cartilage or vein. the cartilage died and he lost the cushion and lubrication the hip naturally needs. mine went in good but now its loose! i do some situps a certain way and kaboom! it will jump and it is such a pain sometimes when it locks up.  I did it racing when i was 13 years old LOL. doc told me the very morning after the race i would need a hip replacement. I was scared so bad! If he really messed up his hip he might be screwed!

I believe I mildly dislocated mine tubing when I was 21. It took a year before I could get up after sitting a while without pain. It reared its head off and on for a few years while riding, probably until 27-29. Now at 34 its all good, just in time for arthritis.

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 if he can ride after that ill be more than impressed. i dislocated mine and couldnt walk right for a year. running was something i thought i would never do again. its all about how they put it back in. i had a huge machine put mine in and it was lots of pressure to get it back in the socket. 

that does not sound good

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that does not sound good

Ha my father passed out from the loud pop sound that echoed through the hall of the hospital. had more nurses and doctors helping him than me LOL

 

POP was so loud 1 floor down said they heard it! crazy i know but that what they were saying.

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Ha my father passed out from the loud pop sound that echoed through the hall of the hospital. had more nurses and doctors helping him than me LOL

 

POP was so loud 1 floor down said they heard it! crazy i know but that what they were saying.

that does not sound like fun... I had no idea it took that kind of force to reset it ... ouch :jawdrop:  :cripple:

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if you watch that video it took herlings getting plowed into by a bike to get his out of place. it takes 2 tons of force to put it back in. i think it all depends on if the socket lip is damaged. if that is the case they might be able to slip it in easy and plate it. or they will cut the ball right off and do a replacement. I doubt the replacement is ideal for him but top technology might be advancing those type of parts.

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I dislocated my elbow once, much less of an injury.  I was riding the Anaheim amateur supercross (back when they did that), and had a tiny little crash where I was going fast enough to clear a set of whoops into a turn and the guy in front of me held up and didn't do it.  I was committed, ran into him, and had a little trip over the bars.  I guess my arm hyperextended, and out went my elbow.

 

Putting it back in the socket was painful.  The ER docs said if I wanted pain killers then I'd have to hang around for four hours until they wore off, so I said just do it.  I hung my arm over the edge of the table, one doc pulled down on my hand (hard) while the other pushed my elbow in.  It hurt like hell!  My dipshit buddies were sleeping in the back of the van on the way home while I drove. 🤣

 

I can't imagine a hip, although I'd be taking pain killers for that one for sure!

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if you watch that video it took herlings getting plowed into by a bike to get his out of place. it takes 2 tons of force to put it back in. i think it all depends on if the socket lip is damaged. if that is the case they might be able to slip it in easy and plate it. or they will cut the ball right off and do a replacement. I doubt the replacement is ideal for him but top technology might be advancing those type of parts.

2 tons, boy are our bones stuff..  if it takes that kind of force to dislocate, or to re-set must do damage to the joint. :jawdrop:  

 

yea I seen the video you posted, it was hard to see, but looks like he got nailed and taken down the track a ways.. not good to see..

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Bad news for herlings! The hip was put back into place and durring the surgery a bone chip went into the socket. He was taken by medical jet to moto specialist which had another specialist come in and do another surgery to remove the chip..

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