Hi Everyone. I was reading the posts in this forum with great interest and I was wondering if someone could help. I am 50 years old with two medial meniscus surgeries (1988, 2005). Recently, I have been getting knee pain to the point of not being able to play. I went to see two orthopedic surgeons. One said I may be a candidate for knee replacement surgery shortly. The other at the Hospital for Special Surgery first recommended a new lubricating injection called Euflexxa which showed some promise for professional athletes he has treated. Following Euflexxa, I also went to PT, 3x per week for 4 weeks. I felt great after the PT and started to play again. After playing for several weeks, I am back to where I started. My knee swells after playing. I have tried icing (which helps), Zyflamend and Tumeric (not sure if this is helping to reduce inflammation) and a prescribed unloader brace. I have also taken glucosamine/chondroiten for over 20 years now. What I am looking for is a exercise/diet/supplement/equipment (sneaker/insole/brace) regimen that can help me stay on the court. I do Yoga 3x per week and am trying to play less often. Perhaps I should try to play less on a hard court? Maybe a day of rest is always in order between matches? I also read about the rectus femoris tightness issue in several posts. I am extremely tight especially on the surgically repaired side to the point of not being able to reach my ankle when doing quad stretches and when I use a strap, I periodically get a hamstring cramp. I cannot come close to sitting on my heels in Yoga. Thanks in advance.