Travis Minor was living with major knee pain. Yet he was against getting a manmade joint.
“I was resistant because I didn’t know what the outcome was going to be. And I didn’t personally know anyone who had gotten one,” said the 67-year-old Brandon retiree.
“The last straw was my doctor said that steroid shots weren’t going to alleviate the situation, and I’d have to have surgery. At that point, I needed a full knee replacement.”