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How Long Should I Wait To Work Out After A Knee Injury
See below: If you are referring to a laceration (as referenced by the glue comment), then a knee laceration needs to be watched closely as it is a high tension area. If the glue closed the wound and the area does not open within 7-10 days, the likelihood of dehiscence (reopening) is low and the wound will improve over weeks. But, to be back to full strength, any wound/laceration care take year. ...Read more
Varies: With enough swelling in the knee, venous return of blood can slow and your ankle can swell. It is quite common after knee surgery to have some temporary foot and leg swelling. It can be improved with elevation and compression socks temporarily. But, what must be checked for, is a blood clot. These can occur from knee injuries and lack of mobility. See your physician ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not enough info: It depends on the type and extent of the injury. Have an orthopedist evaluate the knee and ask him/her the same question. ...Read more
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