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Foot neuropathy after total knee replacement

Joint Replacements | Last Active: Oct 15 8:17am | Replies (441)

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@gator1965 That's a lot of pressure to be under.
Your flexion is still not optimal of course, they generally want it to be at least 120°. I think mine is at around 112° now, but as I said, I do not have any discomfort. The other knee that was done about 6 years ago has slightly better flex but when I do much walking that one does hurt. I used a different surgeon and got a different knee for that one.
Does your doctor have any idea what is causing the discomfort? I would want to know that. I had a friend who went two years with pain before she found a highly rated orthopedic surgeon, and he found the problem and fixed it. I hope you will find a surgeon who can do the same for you.
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I am due to see my surgeon on Thursday evening, so I will discuss my pain issues, he will say that there is nothing wrong with the replacement ! The xrays look perfect..i agree they do. But something is not right.

What was the detailed result/outcome of your friend?

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