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What questions should I ask my doctor after arthroscopic knee surgery?

After your arthroscopic knee surgery, your doctor will schedule an appointment to check your progress, set up a treatment program, and answer your questions. Write down your questions and bring the list with you, to make sure you cover everything that's important to you. Your questions may include:
  • What activities to avoid
  • How to get your legs and knees back into condition
  • How to prevent future problems
  • Whether other surgery may be needed

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