My youngest son has been a student athlete since the age of 8 playing basketball, football and baseball.
In his Senior year of high school he had to have an out patient procedure done on his knee. In his first year of college basketball he had another out patient knee procedure, this time a little more serious.
He is going into the Police Academy very, very soon and while tubing in the Winter Snow, he turned that same knee the wrong way.
There is some swelling under the kneecap. There is no pain. He has full use of his knee. There is a warming feeling in his knee. He is doing the "ICE" method. He has no health insurance. and has postpone the Police Academy until September.
His biggest fear is there something really, really wrong.
What should he do?
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