Faith Recovers From Knee Surgery

Faith Hill refuses to let knee surgery hold her down as she prepares for a MusiCares Aretha Franklin Tribute program and an upcoming Christmas 2008 CD.

Faith had the surgery to repair an old injury she suffered while playing softball in high school, which had worsened with wear and tear over the years. "Who has time to slow down?" says Faith. "Doctors had told me to stay off my feet for a bit and now I'm following their rehab program. I intend to be back better and stronger."

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