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If you have knee osteoarthritis and a meniscus tear, definitely try physical therapy. If youre getting progressively better, then stay with it for the complete course of sessions, says Dr. Spindler. People who dont make any progress should consider being evaluated for surgery. The surgery is called arthroscopic partial meniscectomy. With arthroscopic surgery, the surgeon makes small incisions through which a camera and surgical instruments are inserted.
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