During a sports activity I fell on an outstretched arm and felt instant pain, but not too severe. The next day I got x-rays which showed a torus fracture of the distal radius. I was put in a cast and still currently am and will be for 4 weeks. The doctor said it would be wise not to return to sports, but it is my last year before high school, and I really want to play. Is there any possibility I'll be able to return to sports?
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closed as off topic by Dave Newton, VPeric, Baarn, Greg♦ Oct 11 '12 at 19:37
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Serious injures have to be taken seriously specially when a professional told you this. I would like to encourage you to do a serious rehabilitation and after that re-evaluate the situation.
I understand your feeling as a quit from basketball a couple of years ago for a similar reason. It is frustrating when you really enjoy a specific sport and you have to quit, but your health is a priority.
You should never ask for medical advise in such an electronic medium, especially when you have already gotten an advise from a professional. Even if there are/were doctors or physiotherapists here, they would not (and should not) give any advise without having examined you in person.
You really should talk to a physio if you are serious about getting back on track with your training, and come up with a proper training plan. Keep in mind that early come-backs are among the most common reasons for serious injuries.