Hi Karen, no, I am not doing PT, not anything formal. After things flared up I even stopped my calf raises and a couple other things the OS had given me to do. There's no reason to anger angry muscles more, you know? That is the best way to view them, they are angry, hot and bothered! But I must confess I was worried whether I was making the right decision. That's what so difficult at this stage we have to stay relatively inactive and then our minds get to working on us! I wish I could say something to help ease your worries, but seriously, you are about as far as long as you can possibly be after a dislocation. I began driving around 4 1/2 weeks post op.. my thigh muscles would fatigue very easily, but now 2 weeks later it is so much easier to drive. If you give it some more time, you will see improvements in little increments, too. I can't even imagine how worried you must be. But it. will. heal. Your surgery was July 1st-- mine was June 25th and not nearly the ordeal of yours.. please try to continue to pace yourself and enjoy the pool time. I was able to walk and swim a little a few days ago and it helped me so much! I am trying to think about pool time somewhere near my home.. It's the little things at this point and it's super that your OS said you could be in the pool! My other improvement happened just today. Just all of a sudden I don't need the cane to walk.. it's so strange how that happens seemingly overnight. I also went to my studio and worked with a very good client who was having some issues and I knew I could help her and most likely sit for a good bit of the session. I was right and I was able to do it! If anyone had told me that I could do this last week?? I wouldn't have believed it! So please keep the faith. You are in good health and that will be of great benefit to you. Oh! Yes, pain, discomfort and the worrying most definitely would be affecting your sleep. Or are you wondering if taking the Percocet is affecting your sleep? I'm not sure about that one. You have a lot of us rooting you on!! You're going to beat this!