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... I did not have a TTO, but I did have lateral releases on both knees because of kneecap subluxation. Did your surgeon say why he would choose to do the TTO instead of a lateral release? ... (3 replies)
... d to shave offthe anterior portion of the tibia where the kneecap is supposed to track and move it slightly to improve tracking. The ortho doc that is doing her surgery doesn't like that kind of surgery stating that changing the architecture of the bone may improve tracking, but may result in pain of the knee cap. ... (14 replies)
... I have had your same symptoms in both knees in the past 5 years. Unless it was completely torn, the medial collateral ligament will heal on its own if you rest it. ... (9 replies)

... I have had arthroscopy and open lateral releases on both knees within the last two years. At this time, both kneecaps are tracking normally. I had frayed and thinning cartilage in both knees. ... (12 replies)
... I have been having problems with my right knee for over a year. I went to aqua PT last year which really helped after being told I may need lateral release surgery. ... (0 replies)
... Don't you have to fly to get anywhere? ... (1 replies)
... debridement and lateral release for Gr. IV chondromalacia of the lateral femoral chondyle. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks so much for your reply, I am glad that you are doing well now. I heard that knee surgery is painful. I am not looking forward to it but I am looking forward to feeling better. I probably will get the surgery done in about a month. ... (12 replies)
... Has anyone heard of this surgery or had it? ... (12 replies)
... worked. The fact that the lateral releases solved my knee issues actually surprised my physical therapist because she didn't figure they would work for me. I have cerebral palsy as well so my leg muscles spasm constantly. ... (17 replies)
... Yeah I have a few more questions, hope you don't mind! ... (12 replies)
... I had the knee immobilizer on all the time except for when I took a shower. That was a strict instruction from my doctor. I did not have to balance on one leg during the recovery process. I was bearing at least partial weight on my operated leg as soon as I woke up from surgery. ... (12 replies)
... I am still getting over knee replacement on my left knee when this same thing you have popped up on the right knee. ... (12 replies)
... n was on the outer part of my kneecap. My injury wasn't correctly diagnosed until July 2006. Because of my financial situation at the time, I had to postpone the surgery until this year. After I broke my hand in March because my knee gave out, I knew I couldn't put off the surgery anymore. ... (4 replies)
... Hi everyone. I want to say thank you to everyone who has been supportive of me on these boards so far. I have found this to be a really great online community! ... (8 replies)
... I found a new ortho, and when he went in, I have severe synovitis and a plica that was causing my kneecap to not track correctly. ... (2 replies)
... fortunately I have never had an infection.. ... (3 replies)
... My daughter had a knee injury about 3 years ago. She went to PT for several weeks and it helped. She recently injured it again and is scheduled for Surgery on Monday. This will be out patient. ... (43 replies)
... possible lateral release for my knee cap since it seems to go out of place alot.. ... (1 replies)
... How long after surgery did you start PT? ... (14 replies)




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