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    1 year with continued knee pain
    An_251021 posted:
    Hi there,
    I injured my knee falling in the road way over a year ago and re injured it back in September. I had 6 weeks of physio, followed by months of waiting for MRI. My doctor and physio initially thought I had a torn meniscus and ligament damage.

    But MRI scan results came back clean and told it was probably the muscle, and was suggested to go back for more physio. I was never seen by a OS, nor did one look at my MRI.

    I still am in constant daily pain down the sides, across and inside the knee, my knee cracks with pain,and it feels that the pain has gotten worse and the knee feels wrong.
    Should I get a second opinion?

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