Bluebelt - the PT is doing deep massage and she used accupunture last session (was painful as she was trying to create a reaction to help breakdown the tissue so she was prodding the needle around and it kept touching a nerve - ouch!) I was only seeing her 1x/week but am now going to increase it to 2x.
MikeInMd - sorry to hear that you had the same lack of ROM/scar tissue problem. I'm seeing my OS in 2 weeks time when according to his plan I'm meant to be @ 120 degrees. Unless things change dramatically this is highly unlikely. I don't fancy yet another op but it sounds like it was very successful for you.
Bigggfred - my injury happened doing karate (10 days before my black belt grading and then I was going to stop)
I did a foot sweep with my right foot and the left foot slipped. My body turned anti-clockwise and the knee ended up at the lateral side of my leg.
However I've had acute tendinitis for a long time so in hindsight I should have addressed that problem rather than relying on anti-inflammatories.
I trained my upper body from the 2nd week whilst I was in a plaster cast. I had to be a little creative in the exercise selection eg I couldn't do flat bench due to the cast. So instead did incline (in a power rack as I trained alone) so that the legs could stay straight. I did high reps and always stopped a few reps from failure to ensure that I didn't strain and then put any pressure on my knee.