I had my knee replaced 6 weeks ago April 1-2019. The surgery went fine. I had a difficult time with pain and meds afterwards but that was to be expected. The first two weeks were difficult. I started attending PT 3 days after surgery. By the end of 3 weeks my flexion was 130 and I was abut 10 degrees from my knee being straight. I was able to dance a few dances and even posted videos on Facebook the 3rd week so it went well. By week 5 I was at 140 degrees flexion. I still had a great deal of pain and could not sleep more then 4 hours a night. At week six my leg was at 140/0 but my physical therapist said that even though I had excellent motion I had very little strength. I was unable to get out of a chair unassisted. I am a veteran and the VA had the surgery done by a local physician who works on athletes at a major university. I saw the doctor again for the first time at week six. I asked him if I could dance or bike. He said "I don't care what you do". I still had 10 sessions left for PT through the VA but he cancelled those and told me that I could "Do it on my own". I was upset. Then I asked about pain meds as I was still in pain and he said take a NSAID and use aspercream. He then left the room saying he would see me in a year. I felt that he was very rude and had no interest in my pain issues or wanting to continue physical therapy. The VA will not let me see anyone else nor will they prescribe meds for this issue or allow me to continue with PT once he has made this determination. I have much gratitude for my progress but frustrated with this doctors behavior. I will be thankful for any feedback. I am including these video links of dancing 3 weeks after surgery but not recommending it is the right thing to do.