Ok I'm on week three of rehab and if anything I'm moving to fast. I've been doing upper body at the gym since just after week one, trying to keep lean and light so my knee has an easy time getting back to load bearing. Went to PT a couple days ago and my range of motion is possible more than what I should have allowed, but it makes it so I can use a normal exercise bike, so I've been doing about a mile a day on the stationary bike as well as all my previous rehab exercise I do mostly at home. Swelling is down, but does go up after biking or walking, I still ice on the regular. I still have my brace locked, I was told that next week it would be unlocked, so my next PT is on Thursday which will be 4 weeks and one day. I've been using one crutch mostly or none if the distance is short. Feels pretty solid but I do get pain in the inside where the stitches are ever once and a while, I was told it was nothing to worry about. Still pretty weak in the quad but it has been getting stronger slowly I can see more definition than last week and today I was finally able to do these slightly to the outside rotated leg lifts without a brace or pain. I started taking creatine, not so sure about it yet, I've heard it has no effect on progressing ACL rehab but I figured I would give it a try. I've also started taking GNC joint health vitamin packs. Anyone have any advice on rehab, such as how often and how intense? I still just doing 2 times a day, even though it feels like I could do more. I was told that in weeks 4-6 the knee can be at its most vulnerable. Anyone know why? Going well all in all.