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... Hey guys, I had acl surgery about 8 months ago. I'm not sure what the exact name of the surgery was but they removed a strip of the muscle ontop of my knee cap and replace my ACL with that. ... (2 replies)
... day because getting in to see the surgeon was 6 weeks out and he reread my MRI because his finding were contrary to the radiologist. He now believes there is no ACL left and most likely at best a partial mensical tear. ... (1 replies)
ACL tear
Oct 2, 2006
... I have no ACL left and he wants to wait six months and see how I am doing. I would like to stay away from major surgery for as long as I can, as the recovery time is fairly long for this type of surgery. I hope things start to get better for you soon. I am 49 and the dr said nothing about being to old to have this done. ... (4 replies)

... I had what was thought to be a torn meniscus, and had surgery 3 weeks ago. ... (1 replies)
... walking and going up stairs without issue, however within the last day, my calf and hamstring both started to tighten up to the point where I cannot walk. Every time I attempt to walk, I feel the tightness in the muscles above and below my knee, and my knee seems to be under tension. ... (2 replies)
... I am having arthroscopic surgery in one week to repair my torn ACL, and stitch up my torn meniscus. I also have an MCL sprain. ... (11 replies)
... I just went in for ACL surgery and my surgeon found that I had a torn meniscus as well. He said it was a clean tear and was easy to stitch. Does anyone know how this will impact my recovery? ... (1 replies)
... Yeah, it's been over 2 years since my surgery and it's felt totally normal for about the past year or so. Be patient. ... (3 replies)
... Hello, Here are my MRI results on my left knee, I have not seen the Ortho yet till 8/14 What will they operate on, will I walk normal again? Recovery time? Any help would be Great. *Torn medial Meniscus posterior horn, root intact. lateral is normal. *partial thickness tear of 20 or 30% of ACL fibers (0 replies)
... surgery physical therapy to build up the muscles, both in my knee AND my thighs, so I would have a better recovery and outcome post TKR. ... (9 replies)
TKR on 4/24/12
Jun 2, 2012
... hab from TKR should be going faster than it is! Everyone heals at a different rate and even within the SAME patient. like myself, it took two different rates of recovery from my knee replacements! ... (9 replies)
... hab. And, sorry to disappoint you, but I believe the rehab for post ACL repair surgery can take up to 6 weeks. ... (1 replies)
Partial ACL Tear
Dec 22, 2012
... I had an MRI on my knee back in the beginning of this year, which showed a partial ACL tear along with some other problems. ... (2 replies)
... Tore my ACL and MCL with significant bone bruising at 24 years old, seven years ago while playing Thanksgiving football with my brothers and husband. ... (3 replies)
... One of the factors in getting the surgery is first getting a medical clearance from the doctors that have cared for you in the past. Usually a cardiologist is on the list too. ... (2 replies)
... told me NOT to have my surgeon do both at the same time or during the same admission. What I did need him to do was arthroscopically repair the left knee at the end of the surgery, AFTER he'd completed the right TKR. ... (7 replies)
... I had ACL surgery back in 1995 major rehab and I did great but as the years went by my old leg just started giving me problems. ... (21 replies)
... I tore my ACL in '90 at the age of 30. I waited a year before I had the surgery mostly because I was told that I could live without it. It wasn't easy. I had to wear a brace all the time and resorted to crutches pretty regularly. ... (15 replies)
... On 28 August 2013 I was subjected with ACL recovery of my left knee joint. A hamstring tendon of the same leg was used as substitute of the ACL. In September 2013 a bacterial infection of the knee joint occurred. ... (0 replies)
... Orthopedic surgeons, if the patient does need both TKRs, will usually wait about 3 or 4 days between surgeries, to give the first TKR a chance to stabilize. The recovery time IS longer if you do both during the same hospital admission, but it might be worth it to you to get them over with now and be done with it. ... (2 replies)


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