Tag: medial menisectomy

Small steps: proud of the progress!

When was the last time someone told you they were proud of you? Its been a challenging few months. Following the knee operation in November, the rehab was way more debilitating than I ever expected. I never thought I would actually MISS running. When… Continue Reading “Small steps: proud of the progress!”

Let out onto the road!

‘Wear a coat, jogging bottoms but definitely not anything that will make you want to run fast!’ Said coach.

How can Omega-3 and Omega-6 help with joint care?

It was only when I asked my coach about all the measures that I could put in place to help the knee repair itself, that I began to look into how important my diet could be.

Teeny steps back to exercise

It’s difficult to know what someone means when they say ‘did that hurt?’ You are looking confused… Let me explain.

Medial Menisectomy recovery: the first 2 weeks

It has now been two weeks since the operation to repair my medial meniscus. Although I am beginning to get frustrated, I have to admit, the progress has been very good so far. Compared to what I thought was originally wrong with it, I… Continue Reading “Medial Menisectomy recovery: the first 2 weeks”

Arthroscopy – cartilage repair operation

DATE: 19 November 2012 Operation: Right knee arthroscopy and partial medial menisectomy Pre-op I arrived at the hospital, to be greeted and taken to a lovely single room, with en suite toilet and shower, nothing at all like the wards of the NHS hospitals.