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BioKnee patient testimonial

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Cheryl, now 54 has had a few knee operations with us. In 2007 she was told by another surgeon she would need total knee replacement surgery. She has not needed this, even after subsequent knee injuries. In 2007 she had an Articular Cartilage paste graft. In 2009, after a baseball injury, she needed a partial ACL replacement and posterolateral corner reconstruction and in 2011, she needed a meniscus replacement. " I just couldn't be happier with Dr. Stone, his forward thinking and the professional staff here".

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