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1236893_tn?1408490528 If you want any information about knee replacement just ask! I had both replaced by one of the top doctors. His name is Alfred Tria.
Avatar_m_tn my husband had total knee replacement surgery 1 week ag. He continues to have aburning sensation around the total area of the knee.
Avatar_f_tn PT does help but as many of you know it runs out. I am so frighten of having the knee replacement of how many I saw in pt still in inscrutating pain. Is or does surgery helps(anyone with-out complications) and is it worth one's daily suffering? And is this a cure for any of you (the replacement and being on meds)?
Avatar_n_tn Have numbness in foot following total knee joint replacement surgery. Can something br done about this condition?
Avatar_n_tn Wow, Rubina you are the motivation to all the people going for knee replacement surgery or having lot of fears about knee replacement. Please give a detailed experience for other patients who would be benefitted, whenever you have time by a neat post. Take care and best of luck for the Golf thing!
544381_tn?1237997577 i have numbness down my right leg from incision to knee. my left leg is 2 inches shorter than the right, i wear a built up shoe & i take regular analgesia. i was medically retired from my job as a nurse. i have been back and forth to the orthopaedic doctors, pain clinic, GP etc i have had xrays that say normal. the medical lot seem to think its all in my head. i am severely limited in mobility and no-one seems to help. any advice on offer ???
Avatar_m_tn What is causing painful pin pricking sensation around knee replacement incision?
Avatar_n_tn The incision was made on the inside of his leg below the knee (extending another incision which was made back in 1969 from a football injury). Since the surgery he has had little to no feeling in his last three toes and the ball of his foot his very painful. The doctor says that he may have moved a nerve but that the feeling will come back. It is now November and still no sign of any feeling. He says he feels like he has a club foot. What do you suggest.
Avatar_n_tn I AM POST TOTAL KNEE REPLACEMENT X 6 MOS. I HAVE HEAT IN THE KNEE WITH SOME DISCOMFORT AND SWELLING. IS THE HEAT A CONCERN? THERE DOES NOT SEEM TO BE AN INFECTION AND INCISION IS GOOD.
Avatar_n_tn I had my right total knee replacement 11/10/11 and my left total knee replacement 1 1/2 years prior to that. As of today both of my knees continue to throb, shooting pains down my legs, mostly at night. My orthopedic M.D. has done x-rays several times and sees nothing. He claims that it "could" be tendinitis. I currently take 2-5mg. ea. immediate release Oxycodone every 4 hours. THAT is his solution. It does help, but not all the time.
Avatar_n_tn Other option that can be foreseen with such a bad knee would be an knee replacement. To comment on such a surgery requires in depth analysis of your condition.
Avatar_f_tn Can this pain indicate an infection in or under the knee replacement. No redness or swelling of the knee - just sharp pain on weight-bearing. It just occurred to me (at 3am) that I may need to consider this in light of the other infection. Just wondering what is the likelihood of infection?
Avatar_n_tn I'm now 43 years old. I've been waiting 3 years for disc replacement surgery to be a little more mainstream treatment. I'm interested in hearing anything about this procedure for the C-spine. I'm considered a surgery candidtate for c-5/6 and c-6/7 levels.
16888441_tn?1452159257 Common Orthopedics Procedures Hip Replacement Surgery (Partial or Total) Hip Joint Resurfacing Surgery Knee Replacement Surgery (Partial or Total) Hand Surgery Elbow Surgery Shoulder Surgery Examples of Orthopedic Care and Treatments The purpose behind most orthopedic surgical procedures is to increase and enhance mobility of a joint as well as to repair damaged bone, muscular, or neural tissues caused by sports injuries, arthritis, fractures, and muscle and bone diseases.
Avatar_m_tn Is it normal to have constant pain after a total knee replacement. I'm only taking pain meds at night because I'm scared of getting addicted, and the meds weren't helping that much anyway 10/325 norco. The incision looks fine. My range of motion is great. I had 4 weeks of theraphy and did great. I put ice on the knee but it doesn't help and it doesn't look swollen anyway. its a constant ache in my knee and calf and ankle.
Avatar_f_tn The pain is below the knee cap on the left and right side and ontop of the knee cap on the right side and on the inside of the knee from above the knee to below the knee. For the last week and a half I've been getting sharp pains on the right inside of the knee and above the knee while walking or turning from right to left. When this happens the pain is so bad that I can hardly walk. I've also been getting needle type pain below the knee cap in the center.
Avatar_f_tn 01PM To: Physician comments regarding knee surgery I have a problem with my left knee giving away which it did in February, 2008. I tried to stop my fall by grabbing the railing of the steps causing my right knee to twist. I ignored it and figured it was probably a soft tissue injury that would heal in 8 to 12 weeks. It has been several months and I finally went to an Orthopaedic Surgeon. I was told that both knees were arthritic.
Avatar_n_tn I had a total hip replacement in 1999, and the hip did well for about 2 years. Then, out of the blue, I began having increasingly bad hip pain, swelling, and redness. Eventually this alarmed me to the point of having the implanted joint removed, and the surgeon really destroyed a lot of bone getting the device out. He diagnosed me with mrsa; and put a ceramic antibiotic filled temporary hip in, and put me on a pic line with 6 initual weeks of vancomycin ttherapy.
Avatar_n_tn Re: Neuromas in Knee after Multiple Surgeries [ Follow Ups ] [ Post Followup ] [ Neurology and Neurosurgery Forum ] [ FAQ ] Posted by ccf neuro M.D.* on November 07, 1997 at 23:14:43: In Reply to: Neuromas in Knee after Multiple Surgeries posted by PSGore on October 11, 1997 at 01:47:21: I have what has been diagnosed as many neuromas in my rt knee after multiple surgeries including a total knee replacement last year at age 41.
Avatar_n_tn one went from the top of her inner thigh to her knee and the other from the knee to the ankle. The day after her surgery, I was told the CICU night shift nurse forgot to turn my mother during the night and she had internal bleeding in her thigh. The blood pooled around the incision site and the entire back of her thigh was black.
Avatar_n_tn I had a total knee replacement of my right knee (Smith & Nephew titanium knee) on May 4th. The last couple of weeks I have been experiencing moderate muscle spasms. I was prescribed muscle relaxers to help me. In the last couple of days the spasms have increased considerably and the pain in my knee has been excruciating. I had constant throbbing pain at my incision site all last night that was almost more than I could bear.
Avatar_n_tn Hi, i'm not sure about the precedures your talking about, 7-8 yrs ago i had my right ACL reconstructed. all i know is i had two orthoscoptic ports and one 3-4" incision below the knee cap. the reason i responded is to let you know how important physical therapy is right away, if you don't take this seriously you will have scar tissue build up that may be more painful than the injury its self.
Avatar_n_tn Hello Dear, Most patients develop an area of decreased sensation (numbness) on the lateral (outer) aspect of the knee. This is normal after a knee replacement. This area typically decreases in size over 6-12 months after the knee replacement. This numbness is expected and normal after knee replacement.It is not a sign of any problem. You should focus on rehabilitation exercises and physiotherapy. Refer http://www.jrsi.org/files/Meneghini-Partial-Knee-Discharge-Instructions.
Avatar_f_tn i had total knee replacement surgery on january 12th and had the staples removed on the 25th. that was the most painful ordeal i have ever experienced. others i've spoken to said their knees seemed numb and they barely felt a thing. my incision was like a live oopen wound and ever snip and tug was excruciating. my dr. ignored my cries and i believe it was because this is an unusdual happening. has anyone out there had a similar experience and have gotten a medical explanation.
Avatar_n_tn I underwent a left, Cemented Total Knee Replacement in May 2007 and experienced terrible pain behind the knee and also felt like my my knee was going to explode when trying to bend it. My orthopedic surgeon was quite confident it was scar tissue causing the problem. He performed a manipulation under anesthesia in October, this is where he forced the knee to bend repeatedly to break up the scar tissue.