Scar tissue after knee replacement
I have had 3 procedures for my right knee. After my first my knee would not bend very much so my doctor manipulated my knee under anesthesia to break up tissue. But I went back and formed more tissue and I had unusual bone formation. So my doctor waited a year until the bone was mature and did another replacement. During surgery he said there was a lot of scarring. I took strong inflammatory, did ice therapy, and excercises. But it appears that I have more scar tissue. My range of motion is limited and my knee hurts when I walk. I still try to bike in a recumbent bike and walk.
My question is do I just live with this? I am afraid if we do anything the scarring is just going to come back. Maybe I am just prone to making a lot of scar tissue.