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3/15/12 2:26 P

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Hi Wendy,

I had my knee scoped in 2008 and it healed really well. I started running the following year and was able to complete 4 half marathons. Just make sure you listen to your doctor and do all your physio after your scope.

In the interim, you may be able to walk, but you should check with your doctor.

Good luck!!

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3/15/12 2:21 P

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My doctor just told me that I am going to need a knee scope on both of my knees and that I should not be running, do lunges, squats or any exercise that is high impact at my age. What the heck? What is your take on this? Has anyone had a knee scope? Is there hope of high impact exercise after a scope?

Any info would be great.

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