I am currently trying to find out what sports I can do which won't cause more problems for my knee without much success.
Here's a bit about my knee problem:
I had keyhole surgery/arthroscopy the other week to clear out the mess and make it a bit better but after seeing the consulatnt yesterday he said basically that the back of my kneecap is totally worn, there is no enamel there and he showed me the pics which looked rough. He said I have the kneecap of a 40-50 year old(I'm 27), and he can't understand how its got so bad. He said I might have Marfan Syndrome, and there is servere arthritis there(even though it doesn't hurt much) and if it starts to hurt a lot in the future I might need a new kneecap.
When I was young I was told it was Osgood Schlatter's, but I was wrongly diagnosed. Before the op I was lookin forward to starting a bit of running but I don't know if I should now, and I don't know what else I could do. I'm looking to do something where I can set myself targets and improve, maybe tennis, golf, exercise bike or running. Would any of these be any good? I don't like swimming or rugby.
Any suggestions would be really good. Will leave rep for all help of course!