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I had an MRI 3 years ago that showed a horizontal cleavage tear of meniscus, medial side of knee. I went to physical therpay because 2 surgeons said it didn't warrant surgery. It helped but now I kneeled down 2 weeks ago and it hurts again. I went to the doctor who wants me to try PT first. If it doesn't work, he will send me for a new MRI but from the tests he did, he believes it is the same diagnosus as what the MRI said back then.
I have been doing the exercises I dad back then and icing. I can't walk without a lot of pain and now it hurts even when I am just sitting around. I keep waking up trying to find a comfortable position. Takling advil, using ice. Has anyone had pain even when not moving? Do you think there's a possibility that I can get better with PT like last time? I am a 69 year old female. I start PT next week.
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