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... Thanks for the information on your Synvisc injections. ... (33 replies)
... HI. I've had 14 knee surgeries. I started with an injury at age 14. I got caught in a minor rock slide while hiking in the Rockies. ... (2 replies)
... I have very little cartilage lsft on my left knee and was told by my Dr. about two months ago that I can look for a knee replacment in the very near future. ... (5 replies)

... I had mine released because I had an ACL reconstruct and the lateral was too taught later on, this is very common with ACL's. I've also had all of the growth cartilage removed at age or so to fix a leg discrepancy in length. I've had it scoped many times and have hardly any cartilage and what I do have is mush. ... (26 replies)
Knee Meniscus Tear
Aug 17, 2009
... Hi HKJHAJ....I've had 14 knee surgeries including 8 scopes so I'll take a whack at this. First, I'm glad they got the ligament to heal as that is much needed in stabilizing the knee. Your doc was right to treat that first and then see if there were other problems inside after wards. ... (5 replies)
Weird Knee Pain
Oct 20, 2010
... Sounds like a classic case of a torn meniscus. The meniscus is a disk of cartilage that acts like a shock absorber in the knee joint. There are 2, one on each side of the knee joint. The one in the inside aspect of the knee joint is very easily torn. Your symptoms are classic of this injury. ... (4 replies)
... Hi, I am 52 and I have had knee pain for about 3 yrs. along with fibromyalgia. My MRI showed that the cartilage is getting thin. ... (1 replies)
... been dealing with them starting from just an annoyance to this morning when I got out of bed and it felt like the left side of my left knew was rubbing directly on the cap. ... (1 replies)
... ey are gone. I tore my ACL and MCL's at 14 and it wasn't address for 2 years and by then, it was already too late. Your frayed meniscus can't be fixed either. It is rapidly deteriorating and will break up before long. Only a true tear can be fixed. You aren't torn, more like abraided....tiny tears all over the place. ... (4 replies)
... I have been through absolute Hell for 4 months. I am scheduled for a lateral release on December 12th 2012. ... (0 replies)

Associated Tags: arthroscopy, chondromalacia, lateral release, medial ligament tear, medial meniscus, physiotherapy, tracking

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