Adhesions, internal scarring, fat pad syndrome, infrapatellar contracture, patella infera (baja)
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The_KNEEguru wrote: ↑Thu Nov 16, 2023 4:38 pm
Sebastiano felt he could not advise without seeing imaging…
Thanks for asking, KNEEguru. I appreciate it a lot.
I watched a youtube interview with Sebastiano (link below) a couple months ago and I was extremely impressed. Listening to his takes on knees/arthrofibrosis and related topics, you are left thinking 'Wow. If only I had a physiotherapist like this.'
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I can understand your frustration with the diagnosis. It might be beneficial to seek a second opinion from another orthopedic specialist. Arthrofibrosis and adhesive capsulitis can sometimes be challenging to detect on MRI, and a more thorough examination could provide clarity on the cause of your ROM deficits. Best of luck with your journey to find answers and relief.
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