Hello, my question is very specific to those that have had meniscus tear surgery and continue to run. I am a 51 year old runner and completed my first half-marathon last fall with hopes to reach a full this fall. I had a meniscus tear "repaired" in November 2014. Anterior left side. I believe they removed 15% but am not certain. I went back to running on schedule per doc orders six weeks later in Feb of 2015. I have battled through pain with this knee the entire time and have now reached a point where I hurt worse then ever in the location of the surgery and can no longer run. I have fear attached to this which keeps me from running as well as severe pain. I believe very much in TMS and the therapy as it has helped me clear up other pains: tail bone, right foot arch, numb arms every morning from supposed pinched ulnar. I have off and on success with left trapezius and left buttocks from supposed pinched piriformis or sciatica. (I still maintain significant pain in my left groin that just has to be TMS.) The knee has me crazy as I have now convinced myself that this pain CANT be TMS because I ALLOWED them to remove a piece of cartilage unnecessarily. It "must be arthritis and bone on bone now" is what I keep telling myself. But, I also tell myself its total bull sh*t because the ENTIRE knee hurts. They didn't operate on my entire knee. That's gotta be on me. I am just dying to know of someone out there that has had this procedure and is now pain free. I am struggling badly.