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Bioknee Patient - 5 years post op.

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A ski injury at 19 led to Julie having to have her meniscus removed. 30 years later she had developed severe arthritis in her right knee. She couldn't straighten her knee. " I was bone on bone and I couldn't even walk my dog." Many surgeons told her she needed a total knee replacement. After finding doctor Stone, in June 2008 she had a BioKnee replacement in 2 stages. 5 years later she is fully active. "If you are thinking about doing this then don't put it off"

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