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Old 12-05-05, 01:03 PM   #1
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Portland, OR -- Cycling Doctor

Heya,

I'm having some knee problems, and would like to check it out before it leads to something bad.

I have tried diffrent seat hights and configurations, as well as look at all of my componants to see if that is what is leading to any added knee problems. I'm not even sure it is caused by cycling at this point.

What I need now, is a doctor to look at my knee and see what the problem is. I would like to talk to someone who has experience as a cyclist and the issues they have.

Does anyone know of a good doctor in Portland Oregon who specializes in sports injuries and specifially Cycling???

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