Being Diagnosed with Patellar Tendonitis Before I get into my little discovery, first some backstory on my problem: About 2 years ago my knee felt really stiff after a playoff softball game. There was no pop or pain during the game, I just noticed some tenderness and pain when I pushed off. Sporting a knee brace to keep my knee warm and 'restricted' during sports.
This is in preperation for the more intense ACL rehab which will occur weeks month 4. Ultimately my main goal for returning to sports is to be able to hike, camp and mountain bike this summer 5 months post operativeplay baseball and tennis next fall 8 months post surgery and ski next winter 12 months.
If everything goes well for these easier on my knee sports I will look at returning to Soccer, Rugby, Volleyball the following year.
About this Surgery Recovery Timeline… The timeline I have written out here is based on research I have done online including other personal stories such as http: I will update my progress as it compares to the plan as time goes by and hopefully this schedule will be a reasonable motivator for me to continue with my rehab and I can be certain that this ACL surgery recovery will be my last!
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