I had similar procedures on June 6th, so we are at about the same point. Here is where I am thus far. I can climb up the stairs without too much difficulty but can't go down without hanging onto the railing for dear life. I wasjust this week given the green light by my surgeon to "go for it" and do as much as I feel capable of doing in terms of exercises and physio including pool running, eliptical trainer, open and closed chain exercises, weights, and as much walking and cycling as I can handle. I know every surgeon has a different idea about how to rehab these areas, but I would strongly suggest you see if you can contact your sur geon for his best advice. From my experience, it is the rare PT who has any kind of clue how to rehab for the LCL and posterolateral corner and they will defer to whatever the surgeon thinks is best. If I were to categorize my personal progress, I would day it has been tenuous and cautious until now. There was no hamstring work until now either. I understand working the hamstrings too soon can affect the posterolateral corner reconstruction as well as the PCL. As for an answer to your question re which PT you should direct your attention to, I can't answer that one! Again, I think finding out from your surgeon would be best!
I am interested in your progress!!