Just read Brett Jones' most recent article about his knee injury and recovery. I recently tore my meniscus for a second time, this time a bucket handle tear, full length tear where the meniscus has flipped over and is now M.I.A. Sounds like it may have been similar for Brett. Because of the limited blood flow and previous tear I was advised that repair has little chance of success and recovery could take 1 year. It was suggested that I take out the torn tissue and expect to get a knee replacement within 10 years. This seems a bit pessimistic to me, but as I am a vet with VA healthcare its hard to get a second opinion. I was curious if he opted for a meniscectomy (removal of damaged tissue), or repair and why? Or if anyone else has dealt with a similar injury. Some background I’m 28, relatively strong, am two months removed from the tear and am almost fully functional at this point. I understand no one can give medical advice on this post, however any suggestions or anecdotal advice would be much appreciated. Also I’m currently working my way through S&S with some simple SL work in warm up, and extra mobility work post workout to help strengthen the knee, working wonders so far. Thank you guys.