Hi, I had my knee surgery done in June of 2020. From that time until the present I have never gone a day without pain. My new knee is some foreign object in my leg that causes me to limp (I think the new knee leg is now shorter than my other leg.), feel like I'm going to fall (it sometimes feels like my knee is going to bend backwards) and generally makes my life miserable. Some stats on me, I'm 57 , height is 5'8 and weigh about 290lbs. Because I am a single parent I do admit that I did not have a lot of down time. I was back up cleaning house and serving meals right away. I had no physical therapy right after the operation because my insurance wouldn't pay for it and I could not afford it. A few months after surgery I was able to get 12 weeks PT but didn't really do much. Don't get me wrong, I'm able to walk, dance around a little and have managed to even get up and down stairs and up and down off of the floor. It's a sturdy block of wood but it's also extremely painful doing these things. I have lived a rough life and have a high tolerance for pain but is this normal to feel like this? I've seen my surgeon and he says there is nothing wrong with the knee but he would say that right? Has anyone else had any of the above problems? Any suggestions?