Revision surgery because of scar tissue in knee
Bi-lateral knee replacement was done in 2013. Scar tissue was always a problem on right knee. Months of P/T followed.
In 2015 had surgery to remove scar tissue. It returned with a vengeance. Two surgeons said my only recourse was revision surgery.
Cannot straighten or bend the knee, limping badly. Spoke with a doctor that recommended a hinged KR which is done from the back of the knee.
Ligaments are cut because the replace the supports the knee. Revision surgery is very scary.
Anyone dealing with this situation?