Thanks Susie. I worry about
him because he's the typical male - plays it tough lol But his doc was adamant about
him doing his left knee sooner rather than later. He was born bow legged and had to wear braces on his legs for the first year of his life. So the joint wasn't really great to begin with. But the doc said that because the weight bearing bone is starting to break down that the longer he waits, it might involve more extensive surgery such as bone grafts.
It's always good to hear good stories tho. Puts my mind at ease
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