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I broke my left legs left ligament, can I do heavy weight traning in gym for my legs ?

hi i m 17 year old boy from india.i broke my left legs left ligament(medial collatral ligament) and also my meniscus in bike accident.i want to know that can

i do heavy weight traning in gym for my legs?like heavy squat...etc?

one local doctor tells me that if i make my legs muscle powerful than i dont need a surgery for my broken ligament but u know for powerful leg muscle i have too trian mu leg with heavy weight.

can heavy weight damage my knee or my born at knee joint because of my broken meniscus?can i do heavy squat with knee support brace or knee support band which available in market?

when i trying to run my leg goes band not stable like my leg before so can i run after my leg muscle are complet develope.

i know that ther is surgery available  for reconstruction of ligament but i dont wan't surgery if my leg performance increase without surgery

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Asked On : Tue, 9 Feb 2010
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You should avoid all movements that cause the pain or instability as you wil be putting the other ligaments into strain. Get physiotherapy prescribed to help you strengthen the ligaments. Take a second opinion from some other orthopedician for his and discuss posibilities of conservative treatment.

Answered: Tue, 9 Feb 2010
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