Eberhart corrected with great success, again delaying the option of surgery for over a month and giving me time to really think things over and understand the pros and cons.
After careful deliberation, we decided a corrective operation was in order. His criterion is: if you have to ice your knee before you can go to sleep at night, it’s time to intervene.
He only needed to make two tiny incisions through which he inserted a camera to guide him.
The result was very precise surgery with a fast recovery time and no long scar that had to heal.
We both love to bike, so I felt that I was working with someone who really understood my goals.