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How can you tell when a meniscus tear is better?
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Dr. Ray Holt
Family Medicine
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In brief: Simple
The pain is getting better. You may also have had other issues with your knee that also are improving like clicking, catching, giving away, and swelling.

In brief: Simple
The pain is getting better. You may also have had other issues with your knee that also are improving like clicking, catching, giving away, and swelling.
Dr. Ray Holt
Dr. Ray Holt
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In brief: Decrease pain swelli
Decreased pain swelling and increased range of motion without pain.
You should see your doctor to check if you are clear to resume you activiites.

In brief: Decrease pain swelli
Decreased pain swelling and increased range of motion without pain.
You should see your doctor to check if you are clear to resume you activiites.
Dr. Marshall Solomon
Dr. Marshall Solomon
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