REGISTER for Joint Replacement Awareness Day on May 9th, 2020!
Surgeons, patients, and other medical professionals will talk about topics you've told are important to you. You can ask questions LIVE of the participants. Please "like" and "share" our JRAD notice on your Facebook page too!
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You have some instability in your leg because it's not even halfway through its healing. On top of that it had to take on all the responsibilities when you had the right knee replaced. Remember that we have said that this surgery takes time. You have two of them to heal from. Please be patient with yourself.My physical therapist sent him a note saying I felt like there was still some instability in my left leg. I'm hoping to get some answers as to why.
You most definitely will get better.if I am not going to get any better
In reality there was a lot wrong with my knees and I’ve compensated for years so I am taking more time than I’d hoped.
I do understand how you feel. You've been in recovery for a long time.In a way I think I let myself believe once it was done everything would progress quickly and that hasn’t been the case, this knee has been more painful and slower. I promise I will try to be more patient.