I suffered what the Orthopaedic surgeon diagnosed as a rotational injury to my right knee. He felt PT would solve this over time. I have good strength in both legs. I work out with a weight trainer and also do cardio but I have to be careful because using the treadmill causes a lot of soreness in my right knee. If I try to descend stairs slowly by standing on my right leg, extending my left over the next step down and slowly lowering my weight I can get about half way before my back of my right knee hurts alot and I can tell I can not support or stabilize my weight fully on my right knee. This exercise was given to me by my PT. She said she would rather break a bone then suffer any tendon or ligament damage around the knee. Any idea on what the real cause of my pain is and if anyone else has experience with this ?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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