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Amars
01-13-2006, 11:54 PM
That's why he said all this crap about career ending injury and the knee was really mess up. The primary doctor whos known to be the best at knee injury was suppose to the surgery but had a mild heart attack and couldnt do the surgery. The new doctor who did the surgery came out with this misinformation so he can get his name out in the news for his surgery for such popular player.

Metal Panda
01-14-2006, 01:12 AM
I disagree. I don't think you read the article very closely at all. The doctor's words in the original article were clearly taken out of context, and most of us were reporting that yesterday. Keep in mind readers often times pay more attention to the title of an article than the content within, and most of the column's perceived negativity was actually taken from the column title.

The doctor NEVER said that Carson's injury would be career ending, or implied it. He just stated it was the type of injury that has ended careers before.

The doctor stated in the article yesterday he had every confidence Carson would return last year and that he'd be back in July. The doctor said it had been a career ending injury for other players and that it had been a severe injury, but most of the negative context in the original article was in the title alone.

Amars
01-14-2006, 01:24 AM
Well patient client law doesnt allow the doctor to let the public know about your medical condition. Marvin Lewis and Carson Palmer according to reports were livid he had came out with the statement since Carson didnt give him permission.

Metal Panda
01-14-2006, 01:30 AM
Well patient client law doesnt allow the doctor to let the public know about your medical condition. Marvin Lewis and Carson Palmer according to reports were livid he had came out with the statement since Carson didnt give him permission.

link? None of these reports have appeared in the major media I've read.

The doctor never ever ever ever ever in the article indicated that this injury would possibly be career ending for Carson Palmer, just that it's the type of injury that can and has ended careers, but then the doctor proceeded to say he was optimistic about Carson's injury. The only thing that led people to believe that was what he meant were the *******s who titled the article.

B-LO, BABY
01-14-2006, 02:38 PM
Any major knee injury is potentially career-ending.

HysterikiLL
01-14-2006, 06:09 PM
That's why he said all this crap about career ending injury and the knee was really mess up. The primary doctor whos known to be the best at knee injury was suppose to the surgery but had a mild heart attack and couldnt do the surgery. The new doctor who did the surgery came out with this misinformation so he can get his name out in the news for his surgery for such popular player.

Do you have a link to back this up or is it insolently misguided mindless opinion?

Amars
01-14-2006, 09:26 PM
Do you have a link to back this up or is it insolently misguided mindless opinion?



her my mindless misguided opinion fool. No opinion is mindless, its just a opinion.


Dr. Paulos made the injury seem bad. He said Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer's knee injury was "devastating and potentially career-ending," involving numerous ligament tears, a shredded ligament, damaged cartilage and a dislocated kneecap, his surgeon said yesterday


"It's not just like it was a torn A.C.L.," Paulos said yesterday in a telephone interview from Houston. "It's a magnitude more difficult to recover from and repair.


"On a scale of 1 to 3, it was a 4," Paulos said. "It was off the chart.
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/13/sports/football/13nfl.html



Now come on he made the tear look like the worst thing he ever saw.


I would consider this a typical ACL-MCL football injury. Comments attributed to me that the knee injury was 'devastating and potentially career ending' were meant to describe such injuries in general
http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/5240874

Since he not the surgeon that was initially suppose to do the surgery it is my mindless opinion to think he made it seem really bad to cover his butt or come out a hero.

HysterikiLL
01-14-2006, 11:03 PM
her my mindless misguided opinion fool. No opinion is mindless, its just a opinion.






http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/13/sports/football/13nfl.html



Now come on he made the tear look like the worst thing he ever saw.


http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/5240874

Since he not the surgeon that was initially suppose to do the surgery it is my mindless opinion to think he made it seem really bad to cover his butt or come out a hero.

You're entitled to your opinion and I'm surely entitled to ask a question without being called a fool. I don't really think that was necessary.