^dude be prepared for feeling really shitty. I just had acl reconstruction literally a week ago. The first 2 days are really painful in ur knee and then the next two days ur really constipated from the narcotics in the painkillers.
-Your lost on MLK??? RUNNNNN RUUUUNNN the MEDIA is there RUUUUUNNNN.
- ah Ballet, men wearing pants so tight you can tell what religion they are.
"i saw samuel l. jackson sessioning some urban rails with emilio estevez a few years ago"
I tore my meniscus doing a cork 7 mute and i needed surgery to stitch it back up. That was in april and I needed another surgery two days ago to tack a third of it out because it didn't heal. If you get your meniscus stitched up, be prepared to not ski for 4-6 months If they take it out, 4-6 weeks and you are full
thats why i said 100%. 100% means the likeliness of it tearing it again is the same as before you had the surgery. i'm 3 months out of surgery, probably somewhere at 50-75% but i can still do everything (run, bike, skate, etc.) but the difference is that its more likely that i'll tear it now than if i wait a few more months and rehab/strengthen it some more.
i guess what i'm trying to say is that anyone can go back to their normal sports after a few months with intense PT, but the reality is that it won't be completely normal until a year or more has passed.