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upcoming microfracture treatment for my knee

Post: #11
07-03-2012, 12:44 AM
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RE: upcoming microfracture treatment for my knee

Sounds like you did very well, don''t try to rush your recovery, take it easy. Move the knee gingerly. You will be find.



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Post: #12
07-05-2012, 09:40 AM
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RE: upcoming microfracture treatment for my knee

I have to say I am blessed because everything is going great. I do the CPM as much as 8 hours each day in 1 to 2 hour chunks. I have been hobbling around on crutches and have only fallen twice but didn't seem to hurt anything. The only thing that I notice is a little extra swelling if I am up too long. I am so glad that I won't be wasting my whole summer sitting down if I continue at this rate!




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Post: #13
07-06-2012, 04:31 PM
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You are very fortunate and I wish you continued luck in your recovery. Thanks for sharing your experiences. This sort of information is so helpful for everyone.



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Post: #14
07-09-2012, 11:11 PM
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RE: upcoming microfracture treatment for my knee

Be careful with the falling, as I suggested before, take it slow. Yuu are anxious to be back to normal, which is understandable, but if you rush it, you might take longer so heal. Easy does it. Take care.



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Post: #15
08-14-2012, 12:10 PM
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The swelling is normal, I wouldn't worry about it. How is your rehabilitation going now? I'm interested in your recovery progress because a friend of mine had microfracture surgery on his knee and it took him 6 months to fully recover but it was his worth it because he has no pain and his mobility has significantly improved.



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Post: #16
08-18-2012, 10:34 PM
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RE: upcoming microfracture treatment for my knee

(08-14-2012 12:10 PM)shaun Wrote:  The swelling is normal, I wouldn't worry about it. How is your rehabilitation going now? I'm interested in your recovery progress because a friend of mine had microfracture surgery on his knee and it took him 6 months to fully recover but it was his worth it because he has no pain and his mobility has significantly improved.


Shaun, I am in rehabilitation 3 times per week. I don't yet have the full range of motion and I have to take medications to reduce inflammation or the mornings are slow going. It will take at least two more months according to the doctors but 6 months seems long. How old is your friend? Does he have any other conditions? What did your friend do for exercises? I would like some suggestions.



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Post: #17
12-02-2012, 07:40 PM
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RE: upcoming microfracture treatment for my knee

Hi, hopefully you are doing very well and your knee is healing excellently. I was reading something on another site about knees. You might want to research it, to see if it would be of any help to you in the future. I found it very interesting and a possibility as a treatment for my back. It's called Subchondroplasty.



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