I am 18 years old. I have a knee issue. My knee dislocated once and there was a subluxation more than nine times. Now, my knee is very flexible. When my knee dislocated, the doctor plastered my knee for three weeks. He then asked me to exercise, but I did not. My doctor then asked me to visit a physiotherapist, but there are none available in my town. He also gave me a machine that I do not use due to fear of side effects. I have become so fat that I cannot run. What should I do?
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