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Setting up a bicycle for someone with restricted knee articulation
My father, now in his 70's, had a left knee replacement several years ago. He has limited movement in that knee - probably about 85 degrees on a good day. His knee can extend fully, but cannot bend as ...
Apr 20 '12 at 5:43
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