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Old 07-18-2013, 09:55 AM   #32
sovertennis
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Originally Posted by sachin_patel View Post
I mean "I felt absolutely fine"*
The day AFTER I had the MRI, I ran 5 miles before my appointment with the radiologist. He asked me how a felt, and I told him that I'd just run so there could not possibly be anything wrong with my knee. He told me that the ACL was completely torn along with other damage. The point is this: you can continue to do many activities with a torn ACL but your knee is still damaged and you don't know when it will fail.

As a previous poster has written: Just get the surgery done.
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