Baller Stevie Boy Posted January 27, 2012 Baller Share Posted January 27, 2012 Here we have it, ref: knee surgery, most of my knee was grade 3 with large areas of grade 4, the surgeon has carried out maximum surgery possible with out knee replacement, debridlement plus microfracture after polishing out the piting in the tibia, menicus clean up for the third time, and shaving of the tibia to give clearance so that it won,t catch, the surgery could last a year or seven years before knee replacement, which is inevitable as I have degenerative disease in the knee. The knee has responded well after surgery and is not reactive, I asked the specialist will I ski again and he replied "yes" followed by "should you ski on that knee, NO !" further comment " If I was you would I ski on that knee, dam right I would, I didn't spend 1 1/2 hours on your knee for you not to ski" once it gives up then we have to revisit it, and go from there, go enjoy yourself. What would you guys do, is it foolish to carry on, I,m going to have an artificial knee at some point. Whats your thoughts ? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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