Pain - What are the side-effects and long-term effects of a partial ACL tear with medial meniscus?
- 6 Apr 2010 by sneharaj27
- pain, surgery
... involvement, when surgery has not been done?
6 Apr 2010
I excercised 1 to 2 hours a day in the water for 1 year after my tear. It did nothing. I finally had surgery and I had no pain and now totally healed.
The surgery is a nothing surgery 2 holes in the knee they were really tiny.
Wish you the best
6 Apr 2010
I had a partial ACL tear also. I don't remember about the medial meniscus but something with the meniscus was involved. I also had the day surgery which was nothing really. But I do know of a girl who's mother is a Physical Therapist and she worked with her daughter doing nothing but PT and it did heal. It took about a year so if you are against surgery it can be done with hard work and a lot of therapy. Good Luck with your decision... kimmie1
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