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Foot neuropathy after total knee replacement
Well the surgeon discharged me, he was happy with the flexion being between 96 to 100 degrees. My pain he says is neuropathic, and will take a while to resolve.
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@gator1965 I am glad that the surgeon is happy with your flexion, and hope he is right, that the pain will resolve in a time — hopefully not too much time. Did he mention how long that should take? That would give you an idea of when you should get in touch with him again if you are still in pain. Are there any exercises you can to help the pain?
Ask for an ABI that looks for blood flow below the knee. They found that was my prob with my numb tingly foot
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