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Offline Clarkey

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Re: Healing Response Surgery. Jacks Progress
« Reply #90 on: October 23, 2017, 09:52:33 PM »
Congratulations on your success story after you completely severed your ACL playing in a basketball tournament. We all know that once you have surgery on your knee it will never be 100% again which is better then not able to take part in physical activities. Wise reducing your running and not giving it up altogether which some members can only dream about.

I would see a sports medicine doctor to access your knee alignment to see why your kneecap is not tracking properly. A full gait analysis from a sports physiotherapist is another option that I find are better than a normal Physio through my own previous experiences. Mine was a rugby club team Physio even though I am not into rugby paid far less seeing him at the club rather than a upmarket treatment centre. 

I am living in hope that I can return to doing gentle jogging short distances. January will be my 5th anniversary since slip on black ice the last UK big freeze that's been forecast again this winter.

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« Last Edit: October 23, 2017, 10:16:40 PM by Clarkey »
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