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Old 10-01-2013, 05:01 AM   #3
Kathryn Brooks
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Location: Melbourne  Australia
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Re: Osteocondritis Dissecans Pain (Non-surgical)

Thank you for this information, I forgot to add that over the years he has done 3 MRI's to check the cartilage and they all returned the same message, that the cartilage was intacted but the bone was still damaged. He just said that the pain was due to lack of strength, but after 4-5 years of physio and strengthening you would think this would have fixed it self.
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