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    Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 2:32pm
just wondering ppls thoughts on snowboarding with a cast on.
seeing as the snow is soo good atm in auss i only have a week left with my cast on.. but i really wanna get out there!

my question is, do you think its better to wait until i get my cast off or try and get up there with my cast on seeing as it will add some protection whilst my arm is still healing.

also best way to get a glove on to keep my hand warm lol

has anyone else tried it or am i just kidding myself!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 2:36pm
I've definitely ridden with a cast on before.  It depends on how bad the break was, and how long the cast has been on though.  Obviously if you really shtooked it up, or the cast was put on recently, you probably shouldn't be riding on it.

When it comes to getting a glove on, I tried to find someone with a pair bigger than what I normally wear that would fit over the cast.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 2:43pm
You can deffiently do it if you want. I have had a cast a couple times and rode with it a week after it was on. I knew my riding ability and didnt fear hurting it more, just going out and cruising around.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 2:43pm
ahh great..
snapped the radius and the ulna
pretty bad break, but like i said only have a week too go
reckon i should give it a go?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 2:49pm
How well can you control yourself and not go beyond your level. Falling on it again hard would not be good. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 2:49pm
You know your riding skill, not us.
Last year i snapped the left bone in my right wrist, along with badly twisting the right bone, and fracturing the connector piece of the bone. (i dont know the names, lol)
I had to have surgery to get it reset in place, had a full arm/elbow cast and rode 2 weeks later, with it on for 2 months.

Your safer now than you will be when its incredibly weak, next week, with no cast on.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 2:55pm
Last year I snapped my wrist (scaphoid to be exact) and had a cast up above the elbow and still had 25 days on the slopes with the cast.  My fingers did get cold easy and the few wipeouts I had definitely damaged the cast, but not the healing.  I did have to get a couple more casts than necessary, but you gotta live
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 2:55pm
yeah thats what i was thinking rather some protection rather then nothing at all
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 2:57pm
well i'm sure doctors would suggest otherweise. irritating a wound is pretty unideal
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 3:01pm
you can do it...but you have to do everything with one hand?
Did you google it?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 3:23pm
i rode with my arm in an immobilizer sling inside my jacket, after i dislocated my shoulder.  its totally doable.. just dont fall.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 3:41pm
I broke my arm years ago snowboarding.  I waited until the cast was taken off to snowboard.  My doctor said I wasn't supposed to do physical activities for another month but I put on a removable splint and went anyway.  All in all, you probably could ride with a cast on as long as you are a good snowboarder and don't do anything crazy.  Stay off rails and out of the half pipe.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 3:44pm
Originally posted by CO_champagne

Stay off rails and out of the half pipe.

But 60 footers are totally still ok.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 4:00pm
i wouldn't be able to do anything in a cast... i sweat too much! it'll end up smelling too much.
let it snow
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 4:10pm
I rode with my cast, I actually felt safer riding with it on than when after it came off. Mine was from the elbow down. 

To keep my fingers warm I wrapped my hand in a beanie and then double bagged my hand, a little tape and all was good. 

Once the cast came off was when I needed to find the XL gloves so I could get it over my wrist brace.

Just be careful and don't ride beyond your abilities

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 4:16pm
ive seen some ppl do some crazy things with not only a cast but also a sling
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 4:52pm
Probably not too smart. Ur going to feel pretty stupid needing surgery when you mess yourself up even more.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 5:02pm
my brother cut off his cast a few weeks early to play soccer. As long as you stay well within your riding ability and out of parks or glades you should be fine. I would never personally do it but that's because i am a skier and need poles in each hand.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 5:03pm
Please dont, I did it, and the results weren't so pretty
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 5:05pm
Originally posted by doublecorker

Please dont, I did it, and the results weren't so pretty


what happened?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 6:45pm
how durable are casts? like if you had a nasty fall, would the casts hold? just wondering...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 7:00pm
thats a good question... i thought casts weren't waterproof?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 7:02pm
Originally posted by AyChan87

thats a good question... i thought casts weren't waterproof?

just wrap it in a plastic bag!! lol
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 7:21pm
I haven't ridden with a cast, but I snowboarded on a broken ankle by lacing up my boots so much that it might as well have been a cast.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 7:25pm
just dont fall hard.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 7:47pm
Personally if it is only a week left I would just wait it out. I mean you waited this long why risk reinjuring it and putting yourself out longer. Although chances are you are pretty well healed by now.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 7:51pm
Originally posted by Sintexo

Originally posted by CO_champagne

Stay off rails and out of the half pipe.

But 60 footers are totally still ok.
I did everything with my cast on, that i did when i didnt have it.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 7:54pm
Originally posted by cheemaster

Originally posted by AyChan87

thats a good question... i thought casts weren't waterproof?

just wrap it in a plastic bag!! lol
I did that, only when i went snowboarding when it was raining.


Its not stupid to ride with a cast on if you know your abilities.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 8:19pm
i dont think thats a good idea.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 8:20pm
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i dont think thats a good idea.
Than you are not confident with your snowboarding.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 8:28pm
dude in my oppinion its noo big deal go for it, at my local hill we just have a tow rope to hold on to and my buddy did it with a cast, no big deal
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I remember seeing dudes breaking their wrists and still be boarding rather than go to the hospital haha.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 8:53pm
LOL you must of saw the recent dump on the news or something

best conditions Aust has had for quite some time

still looks good for more to come Big smile

might be better to wait to fully recovered last thing you want is to agitate existing injury and miss the tail end of season all together
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What would Craig Kelly do?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 9:10pm
Quoting "the good book" burton's catalog from last year, one is never too hurt to ride, ever. Go for it
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/25/2010 at 9:22pm
Haha... I would just take it easy.  No problem if you don't fal :P
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/26/2010 at 2:24am
Originally posted by scotty_222

just wondering ppls thoughts on snowboarding with a cast on.
seeing as the snow is soo good atm in auss i only have a week left with my cast on.. but i really wanna get out there!

my question is, do you think its better to wait until i get my cast off or try and get up there with my cast on seeing as it will add some protection whilst my arm is still healing.

also best way to get a glove on to keep my hand warm lol

has anyone else tried it or am i just kidding myself!

My room mate in Canada rode with a cast on, no problems.  He was a good rider though so it didn't really phase him.  I knew a chick who broke her arm though, went out and rode before the cast was off and broke her OTHER wrist, and then after she got the first cast off but before she had the second one off she went out and broke her thumb on the original arm LOL.

Up to you man, but if yr any decent and dont try anything too risky I say go for it! Ouch
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I would go for it.  Just becareful
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i would say the answer depends on how much you love snowboarding Big smile
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/26/2010 at 2:52am
Well if you strapped your cast close to your body and just cruise around, don't see why you can't snowboard. Don't really need arms to board except to strap in/out really.
Just don't fall lol

I boarded with a broken bone in m foot (walking too much around Tokyo, too cheap to pay for subway tickets). But that's different I guess, the boot sorta acted as a cast and the cold numbed the pain XD
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/26/2010 at 3:11am
Originally posted by ianbejamin

how durable are casts? like if you had a nasty fall, would the casts hold? just wondering...

casts are not durable at all.  they actually break pretty easily.  When I broke my leg, I had to get my cast replaced twice and the third time it broke, Doctor said I might as well just leave it since I was close to getting it off anyway. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/26/2010 at 3:59am
i tried getting one of my bigger gloves on.. no chance so im thinking a nice warm sock

im also worried about it getting wet aswell
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/26/2010 at 4:14am
logically speaking you wouldn't want to re-injure an existing injury that would cause you more problem or even more time out of action would you?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/26/2010 at 4:40am
is there really a need to open a thread for this? its your personal choice. Even if l told you to go and go crazy on the hill, its you that has to live with the consequences if you re injure yourself. Go think for yourself
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Just riding should be find, as long as you don't try to do something stupid..
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/26/2010 at 5:02am
If you only have a week left your arm is probably for the most part done healing. The cast will act as a really good wrist guard and you will be better off riding while its still on then right after it is taken off. After the cast is taken off your arm will be weak from being in a cast for so long and from just coming off an injury.

People definitely do it all the time. I was at a boardercross comp in April in Colorado and I swear at least 4-5 people were competing with casts on. My friend also broke his arm last winter and he rode with a cast for a few weeks and he was fine.

It all depends upon the risks you want to take. If you do reinjure it it will probably be a lot worse and you might need surgery.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/26/2010 at 5:24am
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My room mate in Canada rode with a cast on, no problems.  He was a good rider though so it didn't really phase him.  I knew a chick who broke her arm though, went out and rode before the cast was off and broke her OTHER wrist, and then after she got the first cast off but before she had the second one off she went out and broke her thumb on the original arm LOL.



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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/30/2010 at 8:56am
It is safer to wait it out and let the bones heel. Why risk needing major surgery.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/30/2010 at 11:08am
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I agree. Just wait it out. If you fell really bad on it, then it'll be even worse than before. It's better to be safe than sorry right?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug/30/2010 at 11:21am
if your confident about your riding I say go for it, granted I never had anything too serious but hearing about people riding when you cant sucks. Just stay away from the park, just cruise around in the pow...can't really hurt yourself that bad in it
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