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I had a partial knee replacement 10/19/17. I had to

I had a partial knee replacement 10/19/17. I had to have a knee manipulation 12/22/17. Got through the pt ended up with great range of motion. Pain started increasing again had orthopedic consultant. He suggested a total knee replacement. Was able to walk around six flags with minimal pain over the summer. Started walking 1-3 miles a day on 9/17/18. My left side of my knee started hurting really bad. I am going to have a arthoscope on 10/19. Could I have torn my meniscus?
Sun, 7 Oct 2018
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