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How long do you have to be on crutches after a torn meniscus surgery?

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After surgery, expect to be on crutches for at least 3 weeks. Full recovery, using a comprehensive rehabilitation program will generally take about 3-4 months and athletes involved in high demand sports can be back on the field in about 6-8 months.

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