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Location: Texas, Terrell
Bikes Owned: Red 2007 Burgman 650 Executive, Blue 2006 Burgman 400S
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« on: April 30, 2015, 11:32:24 PM »

Steve, how did it go with the surgeon.  Are you going to be lucky like me and not need surgery or will they have to use plates or screws to hold it together. 

My brother also got a tibial plateau fracture when he low sided my 400.  In his case they had to do surgery and put both a plate and screws in to hold the bone together.  His plateau was shattered into a bunch of small pieces.  Mine was broken into 3 larger pieces and they were holding themselves in place so they just put me in a knee brace and had me keep my weight off it until the bones grew back together. 

07 Burgman 650, 148,213 miles
06 Burgman 400, 51,138 miles
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