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My knee screwed up for a good 4 years now, and I think I'm finally going to get it fixed this summer. Has anybody here ever gotten ACL sugery? How long did it take you to get up and about, and then back on your bike safely?
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I had mine done about 5 years ago. It took all of 6 months to get back to a somewhat normal feeling. It took about a year before all activities were pain free. I have heard of people being 100% after six months, but no sooner than that. In any case, if you want to ride this summer, wait until the fall to get the surgery, rehab through the winter and start fresh next season(it is has been torn for 4 years). Start the rehab exercises about a month before surgery and that should help speed recovery.
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I waited one year before going with surgery for my torn ACL. I've heard different procedures/results for different people who have undergone ACL surgery. For mine, they used 1/3rd of my patella tendon for the new ACL. I've heard cadavers donate most ACLs these days.

Anyway, although I trained hard too rebuild all the muscle lost to atrophy as a result of the surgery (happens very quickly), it still took months of physical therapy before I felt comfortable. Mentally, it took even longer than that because I constantly worried about tearing my new ACL and going through all that shit again.

Years later, my knee feels okay - I'd say a 3.5 out of 5, if 5 represents my healthy knee. I don't worry about it anymore and I'm glad that I had the surgery because it's still much better than before surgery.

I'd say results will vary from doctor to doctor, and the age/health/activity of the patient.
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I had mine done about 5 years ago. It took all of 6 months to get back to a somewhat normal feeling. It took about a year before all activities were pain free. I have heard of people being 100% after six months, but no sooner than that. In any case, if you want to ride this summer, wait until the fall to get the surgery, rehab through the winter and start fresh next season(it is has been torn for 4 years). Start the rehab exercises about a month before surgery and that should help speed recovery.

I'm no doubt in for more pain and anguish than normal, cause I've probably damaged my meniscus as well. the only reason I was considering this summer was because my mom, who's a middle school counselor, would be able to come out and help me for a little while. But I don't want to be hobbling around the entire summer, so maybe I'll just have to wait...

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I severed my right ACL about 10 years ago. I waited until early fall before I had it repaired. (Patella tendon.) My memory is kinda fuzzy, but 6 months sounds about right. I remember the Dr. saying that 9 months is about the average rehab time. I was young (20) and it went quicker. Count on about two weeks of no driving. After you can drive, you can pretty much get around fine on your own.

If you planned the surgery for the last week of July or early August, then your mom could help you out for the couple weeks that you'll be looped out on narcotics. Plus, that will give you all fall / winter to rehab. Then, hopefully, by late Spring you'll be putting up the same strength numbers with both knees. ...and riding casually by summer.

It's painful, but I still think it's worth it. I couldn't jump or run more than 50% before my knee would give out prior to the surgery. I feel 100% physically, and about 90% mentally now. I'm snowboarding, playing volleyball, softball, was track riding in 2003/04, and now back into dirtbikes. All pain free!

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people were saying that silva was trying to injure leites's acl with this kick... is that similar to how one injures an ACL? That type of movement in the leg?
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people were saying that silva was trying to injure leites's acl with this kick... is that similar to how one injures an ACL? That type of movement in the leg?
I'm not sure at all. I know with my knee, it tends to bend left and right. I can't jump because sometimes when I come down it "blows out". Its also happened to me walking down stairs, which sucks. Even worse, it sometimes happens when I'm stepping off of curbs. Thats what happened when I was about to take the riding portion of my MSF test. Try navigating that turn-box while your knees throbbing... It's usually embarrassing cause sometimes I fall over.
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This is a GREAT thread! Cuz I busted my ass at park city mountain the last day snowboarding out in Utah last month and my knee has been feeling "Jakey" ever since?

How much pain have some of you had to deal with but it was still functional but in the end turned out to actually be something of importance you had to get fixed? I'm probably going to go to the doctor soon just to find out for sure, but I've pretty much been able to do EVERYTHING but when I do such things as racquetball at a high a somewhat High insensity I find my knee gets very sore for the night and what not........ Any input?

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This is a GREAT thread! Cuz I busted my ass at park city mountain the last day snowboarding out in Utah last month and my knee has been feeling "Jakey" ever since?

How much pain have some of you had to deal with but it was still functional but in the end turned out to actually be something of importance you had to get fixed? I'm probably going to go to the doctor soon just to find out for sure, but I've pretty much been able to do EVERYTHING but when I do such things as racquetball at a high a somewhat High insensity I find my knee gets very sore for the night and what not........ Any input?

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I don't have many issues with pain, just a complete lack of stability, and if I have a bad fall because of it, It swells and I have to ice and stretch.
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LAst summer..... July 4th weekend I was out for a little jog/hike/run/walk and
"tweaked" my knee.... thought......OK that kind hurt.


Rode BHF the next day and it was weird in the pits and uncomfortable on the
bike..... then I couldn't walk for four days.


Thought it was a sprain... so I let it go... let it heal..... it was a little awkward..
and never really got better..... eventually I went and saw the doc..... went for
8 weeks of rehab...... stronger.... but still screwed.

Had an MRI and saw an Ortho..... surgery immediately.

Torn miniscus in two places .... one 20% ( not bad ) the other 50% ( not so good )

Four weeks of recovery, 8 weeks of rehab and here we are...... pretty good.


Still cannot bend the knee completely and stress it..... getting a LOT better over
the last few weeks.....still stretching and working it.



Took way longer to recover than I would have liked....... should be back soon.



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I don't have many issues with pain, just a complete lack of stability, and if I have a bad fall because of it, It swells and I have to ice and stretch.
Yea thats what makes me wonder??? I can pretty much do everything and not stability issue's really just more soreness and maybe a spot that I tend to "Baby" due to feeling a bit weak sometimes??? I don't know Doctor visit is in the works.

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If you read my thread you saw that I had chondromalaysia, three miniscus (sp?) tears, damaged MCL and totally destroyed ACL. 6 weeks and 24 hours later, I was riding Grattan at a good pace.

Get a good sport ACL doctor, I have an excellent one. Never used crutches at all either. Heck, I went to my daughters dance competition all day the following day after surgery.

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In any case, if you want to ride this summer, wait until the fall to get the surgery, rehab through the winter and start fresh next season
I broke mine in April a few years ago, had it fixed shortly after
by June I was riding my bike to physical therapy ( my therapist wasn't very fond of me carrying my lid in lol )

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I had ACL surgery when I was 17 (12 years ago). I started my rehab the minute i woke up after surgery, and was back on my feet in 2 months, and felt 100% after about 3 or 4. But I have a huge tolerance for pain and was always 50% ahead of where I was supposed to be. Good luck with yours!

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Got it done on Monday, and I must say I immediately regret this decision. Not too much pain, just completely helpless. I got a pretty nice setup where Im on an inflatable bed in front of my big screen, so video games help pass the time. I'd like to read some, but the vicodin makes me too drowsy. I'm getting frustrated case everything simple, like getting out of bed and going to the bathroom, has become a huge production. I can't wait till I'm mobile again
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Got it done on Monday, and I must say I immediately regret this decision. Not too much pain, just completely helpless. I got a pretty nice setup where Im on an inflatable bed in front of my big screen, so video games help pass the time. I'd like to read some, but the vicodin makes me too drowsy. I'm getting frustrated case everything simple, like getting out of bed and going to the bathroom, has become a huge production. I can't wait till I'm mobile again
Don't get too down about it my man...do your rehab, work hard at it, and you'll be better for the wear!

I was on crutches for 5+ months, 3 of which were 100% non-weight bearing so I feel your pain. I'm going back shortly to get the hardware in my leg removed so I'll be back off my feet for a bit then as well.

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Thanks to Brian Wink for suggesting Dr. Freedberg, I think he did a good job on the actual surgery. I fell like I kinda got hung out to dry on the post op stuff, and I'm pretty sure if I hadn't brought my own crutches, I would have been crawling out of Alexian Brothers on my hands a knee.
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He let you use crutches? I never used them, and I was off the pain meds in a week.

My daughter went through the same surgery, and Dr. Freedberg does a great job on her as well. Keep that leg elevated and iced, and get into PT as soon as you can. I got mine on Friday, and was at PT on Monday. Work it HARD, the harder you work it, the more you'll get it back. I was on the track at Barber 6 weeks after my surgery with full flexibility, but I had to work hard for that.

Good luck with it. I just took my daughter to Freedberg on Monday.

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He let you use crutches? I never used them, and I was off the pain meds in a week.

My daughter went through the same surgery, and Dr. Freedberg does a great job on her as well. Keep that leg elevated and iced, and get into PT as soon as you can. I got mine on Friday, and was at PT on Monday. Work it HARD, the harder you work it, the more you'll get it back. I was on the track at Barber 6 weeks after my surgery with full flexibility, but I had to work hard for that.

Good luck with it. I just took my daughter to Freedberg on Monday.
Thats surprising, I'm still on crutches two days later, and can't imagine putting any weight on it. They didn't have me scheduled to see him again for 10 more days, but I called and pressed to get it moved up.
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Tell him that you want the rapid recovery program like what I was on. he is a good guy, and does great work, but you have to ask for what you want. I worked out twice a day every day and did PT 3x per week for the 6 wk period.

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Bumping up this bad boy.

Anybody with Miniscus problems (not just ACL?) Tweaked my knee in hockey last week, MCL slight discomfort, then 2 days ago while rough-housing with my dog, he tackled me and took my knee out for good. Went to the ER and all indication lead to MCL tear and Miniscus trouble. Cannot straighten my leg which is my biggest issue/pain now. Not cool. On crutches, and not looking forward to going to an ortho. Guess the MCL is a time healer, but the miniscus might be in need of surgery.

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I'm going through this right now, dont put it off. Wink thats amazing, I just dont want this guy to think its easy to bounce back like that. Im not going to say what your dr did was wrong but mine didnt want me putting any weight on the knee cuz my meniscus damage. Best of luck to ya bud, my guy was in hoffman if you want to talk to him too. I love my PT people, they are great, the dr is good but make sure you have questions cuz he isnt good at explaining things without questions.

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I'm going through this right now, dont put it off. Wink thats amazing, I just dont want this guy to think its easy to bounce back like that. Im not going to say what your dr did was wrong but mine didnt want me putting any weight on the knee cuz my meniscus damage. Best of luck to ya bud, my guy was in hoffman if you want to talk to him too. I love my PT people, they are great, the dr is good but make sure you have questions cuz he isnt good at explaining things without questions.
Thanks. Yeah this sucks. Lots of pain, limited movement, etc. Super annoying. Really could have gone without this. Really pissed at myself because I sort of let it happen. I hurt it a week earlier, and knew I shouldn't have been rough housing with the dog like that, just led to a worse injury. Can only blame myself and that's whats truly annoying me at this stage...is that this could have easily been avoided. Not to mention the initial injury could have been easily avoided too.
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