Woman in hospital after knee surgery

Problems after a Knee Replacement

Hi everyone, so you have now had your total knee replacement. It is 6 weeks on and all went well. You were walking within the first day with a frame, you managed to get 100 degrees flexion of the knee in the first 3 days. Now you are at 115 degrees which makes it easier to get in and out of the car and work on the stationary bicycle. The surgical scar has healed well and the general pain from the surgery has been minimal. You have been doing your exercises most days, although you occasionally forget, particularly as you have been doing so well. Then a week later you start to experience some pain in the front of the knee especially going up and down stair and after sitting for a while. Your knee has also started to click when you move it. Read my blog to find out more about this common surgical problem, and some exercises you can do to prevent it happening. Hope this helps, Deb

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An Awkward Amount of Time: Knee Pain

Do you suffer from Knee Pain? This Awkward Amount of Time covers knee pain and tips on relieving it. Do you ever find yourself with awkward moments of time, where it is not quite enough time before your ‘next thing’ to really start something else in between? This happens to me quite often, and with…

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