He’s only three months removed from surgery to repair the torn ACL in his left knee, but Kiko Alonso is encouraged by his progress. In an exclusive interview with Buffalobills.com, Alonso, citing the time when he tore the ACL in his right knee in college, is feeling good about the state of his knee at this point in his rehabilitation.
“I think I did a good job with the rehab of my other knee the first time, so I think I’m doing just as good a job this time if not better,” said Alonso. “I think the protocol is pretty much the same. It’s the same regimen so I’m sticking to it. I’m really doing a lot of the same stuff that I remember doing from the last time. It’s obviously a slow recovery, but I’m sticking to it and you’ve got to have patience.”
Alonso admits that having successfully rehabbed his right knee has helped him stay patient with his left knee.
“I know that patience is really the biggest thing,” he said. “Having been through it once I know I have to take it one day at a time and if I do that I’ll be fine.”
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