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Hi Fellow Members,I spent most of yesterday in hospital having my right knee needled to deaden the nerves.It's apparently too early to post a final report on how I feel about the procedure. I have to revisit the surgeon, Tuesday next to talk about getting the left knee done. Stand by for the next painful episode. James jj777746
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Sorry to hear this James . Hope you have a speedy recovery. I’m having major issues with my left knee , like there’s a knife in the dam thing when I squat down .
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I've had very good luck with my knees and some other joints using ozone therapy. Not many doctors do it, but they inject ozone, the gas, into the joint or other tissue. My MD uses both conventional and alternative treatments. I'd make sure it's a licensed person doing it, though. I had to pay out of pocket for the injections, though the nurse practitioner was covered by insurance. Not too expensive. Most conventional doctors haven't heard of it. If you google it, there are a few recent scientific studies.
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Thanks for the kind thoughts Fellas,I am just now having a couple cool beers to try & unwind & of course replace the lost fluid from yesterday.(No water from 5AM to 6PM) Cheers,James.
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Keep plugging along James. Make sure those fluid levels stay up.
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So basically you kneed a brewski?
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RainMan 2.0 Hi Rick, sorry to hear about your left knee.Dirtbike fun must be paid for literally when you get old.best wishes,James.

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