That’s discouraging… sorry to hear that Andy,
On my part, I went to my phisio, she started with regular adjustment, then she did some electric accupunture, which was a terrible experience for me as it was extremelly painfull on the TT, then she gave me a couple of shots of a solution that I forgot the name of (sorry), and did some electric stimulation for it to work, and as if it was some sort of sorcery the pain went off.
She told me to rest for ten day and I had to see her again in ten days (today) and cancel all activity with the knee, even stairs, no caffeine either in any form. I feel my knee is WAY better than berfore although I haven’t “used” it. She prescribed one shot of betamethasone and some diclofenac pills up to my next visit (I don’t know if you need prescription for these in your country, we don’t here).
I returned to the Phisio today for follow up, I have a very little pain on the TT to the touch, but is very low and very specific to the kind of touch, I have a hard time finding the spot where is tender, but as I said, i’m feeling way better. She gave me another shot of the mysterious solution (sorry for not remembering the name, all I can recall is that I would find the medicine only in Mexico, Guatemala, Venezuela and Germany, and that it was alternative to regular medicine, she also prescribe some more diclofenac with some vitamin in an attemt to heal any damage on the nevers in the zone, and a two day rest.
Once I start using my knee, I’ll let you guys know of my progress.