Depends. Recovery times differ depending on the surgical procedure performed and also on the individual. We do recommend getting into your therapy program immediately following your surgery to minimize your swelling, keep the tissues mobile and start strengthening as appropriate to give you the best outcome from your surgery.
It depends. Most young folks who have a knee scope can recover between 1 week and 6 weeks. If you have more chondromalacia or cartilage wear this can lead to more inflammation after surgery.
A few months. The repair has to be protected for the first six weeks and then you're looking at at least 8 to 10 wees of physical therapy to restore near full recovery. It will be one full year before you are fully recovered and back to "normal".
Meniscus. Best to consult your orthopedic surgeon.
Depends entirely. On extent of surgery and your healing capacity. You should ask your surgeon for specific answer.
Type? Depends what type of knee surgery. Can you elaborate?
I had arthoscopic knee surgery because of plica on monday the 24th of sept. How long will it take to recover?
Plica. It depends upon what else was done and what else was found on the scope. Tissue is made of collagen, which usually takes 6 weeks to heal.
There are no known- -supplements that will help. The main thing is follow your surgeon's protocols 2 the T. A good diet, work hard on your home exercises.