So was skiing so of the amazing CO pow on Thursday, hit a stump under the snow and re-tore my ACL…for the 3rd time. I also flipped my meniscus on the toe side of my knee. So subsequently I have no ACL and no meniscus on the toe side of my knee. I had a surgery on friday to remove the meniscus but they haven't done anything with the ACL yet The previous two surgeries on my ACL utilized my patellar tendon on my last surgery and my hamstring tendon on the first surgery. The doc. that did the surgery on Friday to remove the meniscus suggested a bone graph on the knee and then repair the ACL, so it would be at least two surgeries. It would also more then likely cost me waterski season this summer. I am going to meet with a different ortho on Monday. Has anyone had this experience? Are there any questions that I should ask both surgeons? Is anyone aware of any alternative treatments? Thanks for the help.