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... Well Amy, after seeing what your "first", second opinion said. I hope that you're making the right decision for you and your condition. I'm not sure how many opinions you got, but glad you finally found one you liked. Who would have thought, Icy Hot Patches and PT :) Good Luck (8 replies)
... A lateral release was mentioned to me, but only in addition to a TTT. I was told that only have a LR would not fix my problems, seeing as my knee is turned in so much! ... (10 replies)
... Dear beth193, I am totally new at this, but had similar arthroscopic surgery to yours, I think. I have also had the sharp pain, and thought I was doing what the sugeon recommended, like you. ... (1 replies)

... inflammatory med between 30 minutes to an hour before a PT session. That helped reduce some of the pain I felt during PT. Does your therapist have you doing quad sets? ... (13 replies)
... You say that you have Great therapy. What do you consider the hallmark of great therapy. ... (34 replies)
Patella injury
Aug 7, 2008
... Wow, that's a lot of injury to deal with at one time. I suffered with a hole in my patella as a result of a lateral release surgery. My os explained it was due to the weakness in my patella and the instrument he used to lift up my patella actually went all the way through it. ... (2 replies)
... I would like to hear from people that have experienced knee replacement and how it has affected their active life styles. ... (16 replies)
... Hi Jen, may i ask why the recovery from this much more invasive surgery was easier than the arthroscopy? ... (7 replies)
... I had a tibial tubercle transfer done way back in 1970 for lateral tracking. It was the first treatment for it and now has become the fall back for major problems. ... (81 replies)
... I have not posted an update in a while, mostly because nothing has changed, except my level of frustration. ... (81 replies)
... My surgery was just the lateral release without breaking any bones. It is still about 3 months worth of recovery time, but I was weight bearing the same day as my surgery. ... (28 replies)
... Sleepywalkersi, I had a lateral release on my left knee is 2004 and I know what you mean, not a fun recovery. Had the TKR on this same knee in June 2008. ... (544 replies)
... ubluxations. I had that problem in both knees 5 years ago. There are several surgical options that would realign the kneecap so it stays in its groove. The first surgery that most surgeons do to try to correct this problem is a lateral release. I had this surgery done on both of my knees. My kneecaps have not subluxed since 2009. ... (2 replies)
... I have not had a TKR yet. I am going to copy a bit of what I originally posted about what is going on with my kneee. I have had 4 knee surgeries in the past 16 months. The first was in January 2009, for a meniscus tear, and a little buckle of synovitis. ... (81 replies)
... dislocating when part of my lateral femur got broken off from a chop block in football. ... (0 replies)
... I had my first arthoscopic knee surgery for a double meniscus repair. All seemed great afterwards, and I never took any pain meds. There was swelling which I was told to expect. ... (24 replies)
... Good research work on your knee! I have also done investigation into my continued complications, but have not really turned up anything concrete. ... (81 replies)
... I have had patellar subluxation in both knees. I developed the condition in my left knee in January 2006. I tried physical therapy several times before I had surgery to correct the issue last September. My kneecap was also tilted. After the lateral release, my kneecap has stayed in place. ... (5 replies)
... I used the cold water pump "cryotherapy machine" and found it far superior to other methods which included the dry cold wraps at therapy and bagged ice cubes. After placing a damp dish towel between the bladder and my knee to aid in conducting the 53 temperature of the bladder, I held the bladder in place by lightly wrapping it against my knee with an Ace bandage. (544 replies)
... I all! Thank you all for your candidness about the TKR. I am 46 and had a left and right knee lateral release in June and July, respectively. ... (544 replies)


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