So had my first Elk hunt in Colorado and ran into a little problem with my knee. Apparently, it happens to a lot of Elk hunters, especially those from the flatlands like me. Doesn't help that I have a knee long abused from motorcycle wrecks and a damaged ankle. Long and short, the doc we visited in Colorado told me a bone basically popped out and was crushing the nerve as I walked downhill. I don't mind the pain so much, but eventually, the whole leg went dead for a second, which was kinda uncool. He popped it back in and I'm going to see a doc he recommended here at home, but any advice on how to build up a knee? I actually had pain in other places in the knee as well (this particular problem manifested in the outside of the knee), so I overall think I need to rehab and build up the whole thing. But wondering what is the best way to do that in flat country...thanks!