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Can I go ahead with physiotherapy for the attached report.what treatment is required for.please suggest
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Yes you may start physiotherapy treatment
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Chiropractic adjustment will help. Quadriceps exercise Hams Stretching- lie straight, take the leg up, pull the feet towards yourself, with a elastic tube or normal belt. repeat 10 times, twice a day. Sports Taping- stretch the tape from both ends and apply on the affected area Contrast Fomentation (Hot and Cold). Chiropractic physiotherapy
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Well.. Your MRI report siggest 80% chances to go for surgery.. Physiotherapy treatment for complete knee rehabilitation is anyways needed wheather you go for surgery or not. You should start rehab with a proffessional.
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consult your orthopedic doctor
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use knee brace while going out, avoid stair climbing, apply ice twice daily on painful area and do static exercises for your knee
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You would require physiotherapy ,I have already recently closed a same case like yours,she didn't required surgery at all.Surgery would the last and final option ,if at all required after physiotherapy sessions.
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Cryotherapy on the affected part and knee presses/static quads
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Yes ofcourse….u will be requiring complete knee rehabilitation from a certified physiotherapist
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You should consult an Orthopaedic surgeon for complete assessment and treatment.
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Yes surgery is needed in your case if it's complete tear 
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post-operative phase you need a physiotherapy.
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Due to tear u need surgery
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Visit orthopedic
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After surgery only u need physio don’t go for physiotherapy before
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You have to go for surgery after that physiotherapy
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Physiotherapy will help you in regulating pain but if its a complete tear then you need to go for surgery. Consult with orthopedician for proper advice.
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Yes for pain physio will help.  But in future you might need to go for surgery
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