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Old 01-11-2011, 04:56 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
I wouldn't squat Andy. Not until you get this ironed out.

As an older and more experienced man (and dad) I can tell you that many times a doctor won't give you the best advice. You may need a second opinion - to have another doc look at it.

Does it only hurt:

A) From squatting.
B) On all leg exercises.
C) After leg day, or all the time.
This guy is supposed to be a knee expert. And this particular Orthopedic Surgeon's office has a monopoly in DFW.

For a while it would only get a little irritated after some leg days. For the past week, it has bugged me constantly.
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