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Knee Injury
Please find the MRI report attached Symptoms: Able to walk(not brisk walking) in a straight line No pain while rest or walking Feeling something at knee while walking No Swelling After 3 days of injury, there is improvement in the walking as well. On the day of injury, limited walking was possible One doctor told to follow RICE method for 15 days and then physiotherapy rehabilitation and then to see how much is the progress Another doctor told to do Robert Jones's strapping and do little exercises or movements for next 15-20 days Is surgery required or is it possible to avoid it and live a normal lifestyle
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I would like to examine you before giving any opinion.
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Needs to be clinically evaluated before suggesting any treatment.
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Please visit an Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Surgeon
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Surgery after few days to save or protect knee joint
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Consult once
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Hello dear, This must be a twisting injury to knee leading to your acl tear. Acl usually don't heal by itself and needs reconstruction. There will be no issues in walking doing daily activities but ye when you want to run, walk on uneven surface, dance jump, play etc u will face problems, more you ignore worse your knee will get, yes it is not an emergency but u will need to get it operated sooner or later
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get mentally ready to get it operated and you will be back to normal soon
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Surgery is better in young age..
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