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Old 01-09-2013, 08:18 PM   #53
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Originally Posted by Mr. Laz View Post
doctor on ESPN says 9 to 12 months recovery for RGIII since they had to 'harvest' tissue from one knee to make a new acl in the other knee.


doesn't sound good
bah, I had the same procedure, Contralateral Patellar Graft... took part of the patella tendon(and some bone from both sides) from the good leg and used it for the graft. You rehab both legs, build strength in the graft leg and and confidence in the ACLr leg. RG III has already done it once, the rehab should be no problem(and quicker because you aren't totally f--king up and already f--ked up leg by taking part of it's patella tendon or some hamstring tendons).
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