I'm 24 years old and is hopefully soon ready to commence my flight training.
In next month I got an appointment in AMS, Gatwick for a medical one check and I'm a bit worried about it.
The problem that worries me is I got my ACL ruptured 7 month ago due to skiing
I had a surgery for approximately 5 months ago and my knee is now working almost perfectly.
I can ride a bike, run, swim, jump on the "injured" knee. I can stretch the leg 100% and the muscles around the "injured" knee works exact as the healthy knee.
But my problem is I can't bend my knee 100% yet.
If I lie on my knees and tryin to get my bottom to reach my heels there will be a pain. I think I still need 7-8 cm to reach my heels.
I know it's a slightly "technical" question, but I will appreciate if somebody could tell me whether I have a problem here or not. Maybe I doesn't even have to do this exercise at the appointment at AMS, Gatwick? Or maybe somebody that have been there recently could tell me?
Thanks in advance