So I was skiing at Mt. high in California,(not the best mtn to ski at) but you know how it is when you have to get that ski fix.
Anyway, I was bored, so I started going off of some jumps, and the last jump of the day I went off, I went up about 6 feet, it was a very flat landing, and needless to say I landed wrong and gave myself a compound tib/fib fracture in my left left. This happened 2/28/04. I had surgery and the cut where the bone came out is pretty gnarly. I had to fly home to Texas so my parens could take care of me. I asked my Dr. out here if I could ever ski again and he looked at me like I was out of my mind. (and didnt answer my q) But this is a Texas guy who doesn't understand the ski cravings I get.
So my question...have any of you guys had an injury like this and gone back to skiing they way you used to?
Please let me know.