Wow how time flies! I had my final OS appt a couple of weeks ago. My knee is doing great, full range of motion, thought the last inch of so is REALLY tight! I guess the ligament is intentionally made a little short with the assumption that it will stretch out with use, and mine really hasn't. My OS says that could be because I'm "older". I think he realized his mistake and quickly recovered saying "not that your old or anything, it's just this surgery is usually done on 15 year olds" Heck no I'm not old! I'm 25! haha, anyways it shouldn't affect my knee really I'll just feel that real tight feeling for that last little bit of flexion. My therapy at the gym is going well. I actually gotta ask my PT how long I should be doing these exercises or what goals I'm supposed to reach, also how much longer I gotta wear my brace for work and workouts, and where I can get another one. My current brace I had been using before the surgery as well as these last few months and the velcro is shot and I gotta wear for snowboarding this winter! Non PT exercise-wise I've discovered a new love for aqua exercises and swimming (I use a kickboard to place all the workload on my legs and flutter kick in order to increase my endurance). I can only do it for about 30minutes though before my leg just stops working. I still can't run as far as I know, but I haven't consciously tried since my failed attempt a month and a half ago (though I think I got pretty close when I was rushing to a code blue at work the other day). My OS gave me good advice on getting back to running-run in the pool in chest deep water and work my way to shallow water. It works pretty good so long as I don't slip. I can jump onto a box that's about a foot and a half high (?) but it still jars too much to jump down and I have issues keeping my weight shifted equally between my legs, eventually I'll figure out how to stop subconsciously babying that knee! That's about it for now! Next time hopefully I'll be running and jumping and all that good stuff!